MANAGING IN CHINA: AN EXECUTIVE SURVIVAL

MANAGING IN CHINA: AN EXECUTIVE SURVIVAL

by Stephanie Jones
     
 

Managing in China - An Executive Survival Guide is based on dozens of interviews with expats from all over the world who are living and working in China. It is mostly anecdotal in nature, but addresses many of the important issues that face expats in hardship posts.

An Executive Survival Guide is divided into 3 main sections:

1. Surviving at work Recruiting

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Managing in China - An Executive Survival Guide is based on dozens of interviews with expats from all over the world who are living and working in China. It is mostly anecdotal in nature, but addresses many of the important issues that face expats in hardship posts.

An Executive Survival Guide is divided into 3 main sections:

1. Surviving at work Recruiting & managing staff Managing customers Managing suppliers Managing your Chinese partner Dealing with infrastructure and the political system Managing your boss

2. Surviving at home Finding somewhere to live Getting settled quickly Domestic comfort Health Family concerns Using local services

3. Surviving socially Making friends Exploring your locality Understanding Chinese culture

Basically a manual of advice, hints and tips for expatriates, based on other people's practical experience, An Executive Survival Guide will complement the technical information in the Business Guides series.

Stephanie Jones is currently the General Manager of World Executive's Digest - Business Services in China. She is a well-known management speaker, and has published a wide variety of articles on management education, training and recruitment, and contributes to many newspapers and magazines in Europe, the USA and Asia. She is also the author of 15 business books.

the author lives and works in China, and is a well-known author (The Head Hunting Business, Working for the Japanese, & One-man Band, among others)
based on hundreds of interviews with expatriates living in China practical, with plenty of real-life examples

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789810080860
Publisher:
Select Books, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/15/1997
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
8.47(w) x 5.61(h) x 0.57(d)

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