Whereas in the American workplace it is not based upon respect and competition is valued to highly. Yes, there is corruption in China just like everywhere else and there are Confucius teaching being applied inaccurately. But it is wrong and unjust for Americans to view the Chinese and Confucianism through the American
There are various steps Bank of America should take in order to remain a segment leader. The first step Bank of America should take is to gain the support of the government by getting the Chinese people to understand the benefits of having credit a card. They should do surveys showing why Chinese customers not interested in credit card usage. They should also become very well acquainted with other banks that have already entered China to see how they became successful. The second process is to develop an infrastructure to have more atm’s and banks so they are easily accessible for the Chinese customers.
And in the transform process, there are many other challenges including: • How to get rid of the pervious guanxi networks over the employees and choose the best employees to remain at the hotel and then train them into professional to meet the HI’s world-class standard. • How to stop non-productive behaviors among employees without losing some former employees with guaranteed income-generating contacts, which are important in China for the hotel to generate profits. • How to keep talented and potential young employees instead of older employees with no education and simple backgrounds to be trained well in the process of layoff. • How to maintain the friendly and supportive atmosphere, which is essential and valuable for Chinese workers in the workplace when apply the standard international management style in RDH. • How to keep and build good relationships with third parties like Travel Agencies to attract visitors and local Chinese business clientele • How to decrease the possible conflicts between the western management and the local Chinese co-owners and workers.
Chinese rulers started to isolate themselves for other countries in order to stop westernization and promote their former cultures and traditions. Trade was then limited and technology didn’t become more advanced, therefore changing the success of their economy. Advances in technologies promoted trade with other countries and with far away societies. Maritime traded provided the Chinese economy the ability to trade with local societies easier and farther away countries faster. During the Sui dynasty, the Grand Canal was built and it was a waterway that connected Northern china to Southern China.
The worldwide market share of Colgate and diversification could also improve by entering the Chinese market. Entering China will also lead to new job opportunities. On the other hand, the original product names did not test as well as other names in China. This led to product names being changed. Also the packaging had to be changed, which led to high development costs.
Another distinctive difference is the uncertainty avoidance which will affect the way people work. For example, the US employee start working after received the design plan while the Chinese employees can start working base on an ambiguous idea. All these differences in culture may slower down the operation of Molex and will affect
Although at the first they they gave up the company's operating philosophy in exchange for a part interests, in the end Google opt out of the Chinese market. 4. Why was Google subjected to so much more scrutiny than their competitors were in this case? Should they embrace this higher standard, or find a way to separate themselves from it? Because Google want to enter the Chinese market and make more profitable for the company.
QUESTIONS TO ANALYSE: 1. Please help Haberland support his decision on where should Genicon go next? When entering a new market it should be taking into account the different variables, economic, historical and behaviors toward growth in the sector in which you are working on. The four countries taken into account have advantages and disadvantages compared to what the company is looking for; as each country is different and has different markets and economies, some have growing economies, large population and others have them both their population is not willing to use the services and products offered by the company, it would be a good decision to enter the Chinese market as it is an economy with very high growth levels , besides the increase in the population while is growing, requires more care and as shown in the government reports China is investing heavily in the health sector so they need medical equipment providers to serve all its people who are willing to spend 20% of their income on the offered products. 2.
“Reasons why the CPC took control over China instead of the KMT” Historians throughout the years have argued the point. Why was the CPC able to take control over China? I believe there are a few reasons. The luck factor helped the CPC by giving them time and resources to complete its mission of taking complete control of China. Also, the corruption factor made the KMT look unfavorably amongst its citizens and allies which led to apprehension in the party.
Sure, this is a simple example, but the academic system is usually based upon reaching a solution that someone else (the textbook, your teacher, the government, etc) wants you to reach. Further, the extremely competitive nature of academia in China has parents encouraging this behavior, even outside the structures of academia (no, I am not suggesting that 2 + 2 does not equal 4, nor that you should tell your teacher so to be unique, just that conformity can travel beyond the walls of a school). Academic stress happens in America too, I just feel like it is more ubiquitous in China. What about in business? This too has some benefits.