Handbook of Chinese Organizational Behavior: Integrating Theory, Research and Practice

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Xu Huang, Michael Harris Bond
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 560 pages
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ŠI was once approached by a colleague with the question, †Youre an expert on China, right?š My reply was, †No, I dont think anyone is an expert on Chinaš. This book is essential study for those travelling in that direction. _ Romie Frederik Littrell, J
 

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Contents

1 Why we need this edited book now
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PART II THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
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the role of cultural and social forces
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3 Contextualizing research in a modernizing China
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4 Locating Chinese work behavior in a global perspective
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5 A practitioners perspective on organizational behaviour in China
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PART III ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR RESEARCH IN THE CHINESE CONTEXT
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6 Chinese emotional intelligence
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16 Enhancing trust in Chinese organizations
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17 Forming and reacting to judgments of organizational justice by Chinese employees
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18 Psychological contracts of Chinese employees
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a critical review
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PART IV INDIGENOUS CHINESE WORK BEHAVIORS
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20 Chinese personality and vocational behavior
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21 Chinese work values and ethics in organizational contexts
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the good the bad and the controversial
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7 Dirty work in Chinese societies
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8 Managing social comparison processes among Chinese employees
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9 Understanding creativity and innovation in Chinese organizations
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10 Abusive supervision in Chinese work settings
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how do Chinese leaders motivate employees?
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accomplishments and challenges
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13 Building teams in Chinese organizations
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14 Ostracism Chinese style
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15 Managing conflicts in Chinese societies
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23 Relational power in the Chinese context
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from here to where?
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25 Harmonizing conflicting views about harmony in Chinese culture
467
26 Social exchange and face dynamism in Confucian society
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indigenous insights or lessons for the wider world?
502
into a more culturally sensitive future
513
Index
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Xiaowen Huang is an assistant professor of supply chain and operations management at Miami University, Ohio. She teaches in the areas of operations management, supply chain management, and operations strategy. Dr. Huang recently received her Ph.D. from the Operations and Management Science Department, University of Minnesota. Her research interest revolves primarily around the question of ???how can companies achieve competitive advantage through effective technology management, especially in the supply chain context???? Her current research includes empirical investigation of adoption of Internet reverse auction in the manufacturing setting and adoption of retail technologies in the retail supply chain operations.

Michael Harris Bond was born in Toronto, Canada in 1944, obtaining his PhD in social psychology from Stanford University in 1970. Working first at Kwansei Gakuin University in Japan, he next joined the Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he was Professor of Social Psychology for many years. He has contributed to many aspects of cross-cultural psychology, focusing particularly on Chinese social behavior, comparative studies of belief systems, and improvements in cross-cultural research methods. He has published more than 270 papers and books in the field. In 2009, he was appointed Chair Professor at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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