Archive for Chinese Culture

“We Chinese People Would Never Scam Like That”

I was at a trade show in Shanghai yesterday and started talking with a Chinese leader for a US company that worked closely with and knew OSI Group and the scandal that had devastated them in China. They also earn money with these same large US companies because of trust issues in the food chain. […]

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China Finance Hiring – 6 Key Thoughts To Do Better.

China Finance hiring is competitive and has talented people. The good news is they are generally more honest than GM positions in China.  The bad news is 65% have material falsehood in their resume and interview process. How do you feel about the fact that most Finance managers working for MNC’s in China lied to […]

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China Engagement – More Thought To Be Successful

Wanted to give you a little more thought on China Engagement.  Ran across an informative and useful article at Boston Consulting Group. China Engagement for Employees is More Important Now Economic growth and the eager new players have run up against a substantial challenge in China: talent is increasingly difficult to find and keep, and […]

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Walmart China Discoveries Are Not an Anomaly or Required to Accept

Walmart China has a problem and so do over 70% of the Western Businesses in China. Western Companies continues to think they can hire in China by their own western wisdom and succeed.  OK, some of the 70% are succeeding but not nearly as well as they could have.  Further, they always face the risk […]

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China Executive Search Placements So Important as Chinese GDP is #1

China Executive Search is not being thought through in the right way. China’s economy is now number 1. So let’s get this right. Let me give an example to show what I mean. China Executive Search Placement Gone Wrong Last year, we had a placement of ours fired by the GM just 6 months after […]

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Deep Weaknesses in Relying on Interviewing in China

Interviewing in China is important and takes time. However, relying on expert interviewing is certainly not a plan in China. China Law Blog has a post up on suing in China. I paste my point of interest below. China’s arbitral bodies allow little to no discovery and they oftentimes do not even allow live testimony. […]

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Face in China and Consistently Successful Hiring

Face in China means that people tell you what they think you want to hear. Is that best for you? Face in China Illustrated Through Gates in China A generation ago when I was studying Chinese at a Chinese college I learned about gates. The school in Chengdu I studied at had horrible quality in […]

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China Demographics and Impact on the China Market

China Demographics are enlightening and worth knowing for anyone active in the China market. The problem is not too many babies for a 1.3 billion person country, but a huge shortfall in babies. See the Wikipedia Article for more thought. I also pasted some data below. United Nations, 2010 est of China population.:[6]     2020: […]

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Chinese Mentality (commonly): Victim of History and Underdog Mentality

What are some common elements in Chinese mentality? Is China a victim of history?  Should China and Chinese people carry an underdog mentality into work or onto the world stage? Chinese Mentality Well it does and a recent research paper call Unmasking China’s Assertive Behavior in the Maritime Sphere helps explain. I paste a portion of […]

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