Leadership in a Changing China.pdf

Leadership in a Changing China

Scholars from China, Singapore and the U.S. use the opportunity of the 16th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party to explore the issue of leadership change in China, and its impact on institution building and foreign policy there.

It also fills the vacancies for academic research on the relationship among leadership, organizational change, and organizational management in China. Ashridge China representative Barbara Wang explains how cultural understanding is ... How to develop leadership skills and work effectively in China are pressing issues for most multinationals. ... Leading Change in Complex Organizations.

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