Archive for November, 2013

Bad Chinese Management-Does It Have To Be This Way?

Chinese are not bad managers, but Westerners are bad at knowing which Chinese to hire and empower which leads to Bad Chinese Management. The Diplomat  has an article that I just ran across on why Chinese are bad managers. It is worth reading.  I have something to add. I have written before about China and The […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Chinese Culture, Culture Development

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What Kind of Chinese Management Do You Want?

Chinese Management is not universally bad.  However, many problems exist and one should think carefully about what you are getting. A Chinese employee of mine left his American Fortune 500 company to join us saying, “The last American left in 2006, and the culture degraded from their own, and we became Chinese.” What he means […]

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Vulnerability as a Key to Good Hiring and Great Leadership

Vulnerability is a key to good hiring.  It is a key to great Leadership as well. My workers know a key value for our company is Transparency which is deep vulnerability.  So no surprise that this search turned up quite a bit. You searched for transparency SHI Group For us to be great at finding […]

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Posted in: Being the Right Person, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Leadership

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China Recruiting Transparency and the Cost to You

China recruiting transparency relates to the Chinese cultural situation, recruiters, and also your own ability to be clear.  China Transparency in the government sector according to Transparency International rates a 41.  100 is ideal and anything below 50 represents a serious corruption problem.  China ranks slightly worse than Tunisia, Lesotho, and Burkino Faso.  China ranks […]

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