We are pleased to announce that Chinese Management Insights (CMI) Volume 2, Issue 2 is now available online. You could easily go read the article online and download the whole issue by clicking CMI Volume 2 Issue 2, May 2013.
Chinese Management Insights is a Chinese-English bilingual publication of International Association of Chinese Management Research (www.IACMR.org) that converts leading academic research on China-related topics into summaries that can be easily read and used by managers. In addition, it includes interviews of Chinese executives sharing their management perspectives and best management practices of their companies. We release the new research summaries each month and publish a printed issue every four months a year, with the first issue out in January 2012.
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The CMI Editorial Team
Anne Tsui, Xiao-Ping Chen, George Yip, Katherine Xin, and Eve Yan
Chinese Management Insights (Volume 2 Issue 2, May 2013)
A Strategic Action Model for Transforming Chinese State-owned Enterprises
Runtian Jing and E. Patrick McDermott
Are Social Organizations in China Free and Happy?
Kazuko Kojima, Jae-Young Choe, Takafumi Ohtomo and Yutaka Tsujinaka
How Many Large-Shareholders Are Best?
Jin-hui Luo, Di-fang Wan, Di Cai and Heng Liu
Democracy Starts at Home?
Bottom-up Governance in China's Homeowner Associations
Feng Wang, Haitao Yin and Zhiren Zhou
How Can Firms Effectively Deal With Technological and Market Turbulence?
Zhongfeng Su, Jisheng Peng, Hao Shen and Ting Xiao
Guanxi Dynamics: Shifts in the Closeness of Ties between Chinese Coworkers
Xiao-Ping Chen and Siqing Peng
Managing with Simplicity, Transparency, System, and Responsibility
—An Interview with Vanke Chairman Wang Shi and CEO Yu Liang