'Chinese entrepreneurs have made remarkable progress by following the Western business model. At the same time, through their diligence and practicality they have become more mature and created their own unique Chinese business model. In 'China's Management Revolution,' Mr. Charles-Edouard Bouée sums up the features of the Chinese management model, which integrates Western business culture with Chinese business wisdom. It's a great contribution to the enrichment of the global management model.' - JIN Zhiguo, Chairman of Tsingtao Brewery Co., Ltd.
'This book is a genuine attempt in unraveling the dynamics of what's called "Chinese-style management", against the backdrop of China's rise as an emerging economic power. In writing this book Charles-Edouard Bouée has done a good service as well offer an insider's perspective for international businessmen who want to do business in China. As a leading strategist, he understands that he is in the business of offering good and practical solutions.' - Lifen Zhang, Associate Editor, Financial Times, Editor-in-Chief, FTChinese.com
'Eloquently written, this book presents important new insights for management theory and practice from China – where private entrepreneurs' wholehearted embrace of the US management style has given way to a distinctly Chinese way of doing business. Bouée, a French investment banker with an American academic degree and head of a European consultancy's operations in China, brings a profound understanding of different management styles to his exploration of this shift.' - Soumitra Dutta, Professor of Business and Technology, Academic Director, eLab, INSEAD
'China has been delivering economic miracles. However, it remains a mystery how Chinese enterprises are managed. While the Chinese endeavor to learn from Western experience, they have retained their unique management philosophy and culture. We should therefore try to understand the diverse management styles of Chinese companies as they are playing a more active role on the global stage. This book is a timely guide for Western readers to help them understand the truth of Chinese management.' - Ning Xiangdong, Professor, School of Economics and Management, and Director, Center for Corporate Governance, Tsinghua University
China is facing many new business challenges as a result of rapid growth and a changing world economy. How can managers develope the skills they need to cope with these challenges in a changing world?