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Management Practices in China

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Title: Management Practices in China
Subject Classification: Business and Management, Corporate Governance, Economics and Finance, Education 
BIC Classification: KJ, KJR, KC
BISAC Classification: BUS042000, BUS050000, EDU034000
Binding: Hardback, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: May 2024
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-521-4
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-522-1

Price: £87.99

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Description

Management Practices in China draws on real business case studies created by senior managers, many of whom are studying on or alumni of Executive/International MBA (EMBA/IMBA) Programmes in Mainland China. It captures unique, actual,  operational and strategic business cases, written to reflect and learn from  real-world problems and challenges.

Good quality case studies are always hard to find, and this book creates a unique contribution, in providing real-world cases produced by and for practising managers.

It will be of great benefit to teachers, researchers and practitioners (including EMBA/IMBA students) both in China and internationally, and provides important and valuable insights into decision-making in China-based companies. The book features up-to-date cases from a wide range of China-based companies, from multinationals to small and medium-sized enterprises, including for- and not-for-profit organisations, a significant proportion of which are China-owned.

Management Practices in China is the second title in The China Business Case Study Series. It is published in association with the University of Aberdeen (UK), and Webster University (USA).

Biography

Editors: Dr. John Storm is Senior Lecturer in Management in the University of Aberdeen Business School, Aberdeen, Scotland (United Kingdom).  Professor John Wilson is Academic Director Centre of International Programmes,  Donghua University, Shanghai, China.

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