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Diversity of Managerial Ideology


Diversity of Managerial Ideology


The Chinese Management Book-of-Readings Series

von: Check Teck Foo

118,99 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 26.03.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9789811077722
Sprache: englisch

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This book is the first in a series on Chinese management based on the Global Chinese Management Conferences (from 2015 to 2017), an annual conference organized by the Sun Tzu Art of War Institute. The first volume is by FOO Check Teck, professor at Fudan and Hunan University and founding editor of Chinese Management Studies (SSCI), who encourages readers to broaden their minds to embrace the Universe as a Community. The book argues that the lives of all beings are worth preserving and urges the academic community to recognize the ideologies at heart of management and to see research as a deep, reflective thinking process that goes far beyond the testing of hypotheses – great works, lasting 2,500 years are the result of deep reflection upon experiences. It also calls for the re-framing of management integration of a variety of ideological strands, typically in topics in MBA or MPA programs: earnings, mobility of human capital, complex adaptive systems, HRM (in small high-tech firms), technology standardization, Xin (trust: labor relations), multi-leveling, re-forming (hospitals), He-Xie (doctoral work), upgrading (automobile industry). The major consequential consideration must be what it means for people. 
INTRODUCTION.- 1.Ideology of Universe as Community.- 2.Ideology of Earnings in Finance.-3.The Ideology of Change: Case of Stock Analyses.- 4.Human Capital Mobility: Tie or Fit.- 5.Ideology of Complex Adaptive Systems.- 6.Managerial, HRM Ideology for Small High Technology Firms.-7.Ideology of Standardization in Context of Technology.- 8.Xin (Trust) in the Context of Labor Disputes.- 9.Ideology Multi-leveling Inside Organizations.- 10.Ideology for Reform of Public Hospitals.- 11.The Ideology of He Xie for Management.- About Contributors.- List of Figures.- List of Tables.
Research Professor Dr Foo Check Teck PhD (St Andrews) MBA (Award Winner, Finance, Cass Business School) LLB (Hons, London) FCCA FCMA FCA FCIM Barrister Advocate & Solicitor is founding editor-in-chief of Chinese Management Studies (Emerald Publishers, founded 2010, SSCI listed 2011). To foster research into Chinese management he founded the Global Chinese Management Studies Conference (5th year). Now in Singapore, he has lived in major cities: London, New York and Tokyo. He had lectured across many cities (up to 50 cities) even in Vientiane (Laos), Yangon (Myanmar), Ho Chi Min and Hanoi (Vietnam), Umea (Sweden), Lhasa (Tibet), Harbin (Heilongjiang), Lanzhou (Gansu, China), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Varanasi (India), Tokyo (Japan), Daejeon (Korea). Straits Times chose him as Asia's Mover and Shaker: naming him Singapore's "Man of Renaissance". Unlike narrowly focused professors, he had published papers in refereed journals across diverse disciplines, creating world’s first AI judge of aesthetics. He held many visiting professorships across Asia, Europe and America and continues to be receiving invitations. Harvard University Kennedy School of Government invited him to co-chair a panel discussion. In US Journal of Risk Finance; Vol. 9(3), 292-302, he anticipated primal fear that gripped US populace. India’s Chartered Financial Analysts invited him to share his strategic analyses of General Motors (Analyst, August 2008). He had researched extensively on corporate productivity published as single author in leading journals (Omega, Organization Studies, British Journal of Industrial Relations): currently Chief Expert to University Murdoch-SMA research on manufacturing productivity. He had been APO Chief Expert for a multi-country research on productivity in service industries. His doctoral investigation into performances of ASEAN publicly listed corporations had received global acclaim: he was consultant to US History TV Sun Tzu Art of War.
This book is the first in a series on Chinese management based on the Global Chinese Management Conferences (from 2015 to 2017), an annual conference organized by the Sun Tzu Art of War Institute. The first volume is by FOO Check Teck, professor at Fudan and Hunan University and founding editor of Chinese Management Studies (SSCI), who encourages readers to broaden their minds to embrace the Universe as a Community. The book argues that the lives of all beings are worth preserving and urges the academic community to recognize the ideologies at heart of management and to see research as a deep, reflective thinking process that goes far beyond the testing of hypotheses – great works, lasting 2,500 years are the result of deep reflection upon experiences. It also calls for the re-framing of management integration of a variety of ideological strands, typically in topics in MBA or MPA programs: earnings, mobility of human capital, complex adaptive systems, HRM (in small high-tech firms), technology standardization, Xin (trust: labor relations), multi-leveling, re-forming (hospitals), He-Xie (doctoral work), upgrading (automobile industry). The major consequential consideration must be what it means for people. 
Builds on the highly successful Diversity of Managerial Perspectives from Inside China with new, fascinating insights across a range of emerging important topics Offers novel insights from inside China on evolutionary ideology on innovation; HRM in small, high-tech firms; standardization of technology (Haier and Huawei); mobility of talents Focuses specifically on Chinese culture: contrasts in management He-Xie and how it differs in East and West, and the role of Xin, or trust, in Chinese labor relations Discusses patentability in the age of big data: how the Chinese are upgrading their automobile technology and multi-leveling inside Chinese organizations Explores earnings management and how it impacts on cost of debt: reform within Chinese hospitals Highlights ideological perspectives    

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