The Wall Behind China?s Open Door: Sustainable Management And Long Term Strategies In China by Jeanne BodenThe Wall Behind China?s Open Door: Sustainable Management And Long Term Strategies In China by Jeanne Boden

The Wall Behind China?s Open Door: Sustainable Management And Long Term Strategies In China

byJeanne Boden

Paperback | May 1, 2016

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The Wall Behind China’s Open Door has proved to be an excellent guide for anyone working with China, highlighting China’s economic, legal, political, social and cultural contexts. This second, improved and updated edition again provides in-depth insight in how to successfully do business with China. The book has become a well-known benchmark for business people dealing with China.
Jeanne Boden holds a PhD in Oriental Languages and Cultures and is managing director of ChinaConduct Ltd, a company she established in 2002 specializing in EU-China training and coaching.
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Title:The Wall Behind China?s Open Door: Sustainable Management And Long Term Strategies In ChinaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:252 pages, 9.5 × 6.75 × 0.68 inPublished:May 1, 2016Publisher:ASP - Academic & Scientific PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9057184613

ISBN - 13:9789057184611

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“A successful expatriate manager has four - sorry for using the wrong symbolic number - talents: two characteristics that can realistically be assessed by an organization before sending its managers overseas are seasoned professionalism and optimal flexibility. Two other personal assets, which are far more difficult to measure, are the respect for the organization's ethical standards and a high degree of cross-cultural sensibility. Working in modern China where the appearances become each day more and more western, but where the insides remain a 100% Chinese - a unique but treacherous paradox -, I became aware that the two latter qualifications are precisely the most important ones. Jeanne Boden's knowledge, work and publications are an excellent guidance for managers to create, enhance and maintain the value of these personal and certainly essential assets in this exciting part of the world.” —Alexander Deblond, Finance Manager Asia-Pacific, Agfa Healthcare Aspac, Shanghai