The first large-scale empirical surveys of Chinese organization in mainland China, with a special focus on the previously almost neglected private enterprises, combining theory development (new "Web-based Chinese Management" model) and practical advice ("CHINA framework for high organizational effectiveness") grounded on solid empirical evidence instead of "guesstimates" or very limited case study evidence.
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