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Social Networking and Chinese Indigenous Management





PrefaceLecture 1 Dynamic Balance – The Origin of Chinese Management ThoughtsThe Doctrine of Dynamic BalanceGuanxi-Orientated ManagementDynamically Balance Yin and YangLecture 2 The Essence of Chinese ManagementChina's Management PhilosophyThe Essence of Chinese ManagementGuanxi ManagementBecome Perfectly Sincere to Build Guanxi CirclesSelf-organizationGovernance under Rituals and Laws togetherDynamic BalanceLecture 3 Guanxi ManagementExplanations from Local SociologistsThe Relevant Theories in the WestGuanxi Management: Building an Atmosphere of TrustFrom Strangers to Acquaintances: When Trust BeginsBuilding and Maintaining TrustTrust in Family and Familiar tiesDynamic Balancing of RelationshipsDynamic Balancing between Instrumental and Expressive MotivesDynamic Balancing between Favor Exchange and Equal SharingDynamic Balancing between Trust and PowerThe Levels of Guanxi ManagementLecture 4 Dynamics of GuanxiHistorical Changes in the Contents of RelationshipsDynamic Relationship ChangesFrom Strangers to Acquaintance Ties: Nine Similarities and IdentificationFrom Acquaintance Ties to Familiar Ties: The Principles of Requital and FavorFrom Familiar Ties to Family TiesDamages to RelationshipsCharacteristics of Chinese Management – Flexibility and Quick ResponseLecture 5 Guanxi Circle - Why Chinese Want to WorkExplanations from Local SociologistsThe Relevant Theories in the West—From X to Z TheoryThe Guanxi Circle TheoryThe Motivations Behind Circle MembersMotive 1 – Favor ExchangesMotive 2 – Building Your Own Guanxi CircleMotive 3 – EnfeoffmentAssumptions of the Guanxi Circle TheoryDynamic Balancing of Guanxi CirclesDynamic Balancing of Changes in Guanxi CirclesDynamic Balancing of Interests Inside and Outside Guanxi CirclesGuanxi Circles and FlexibilityLecture 6 Self-organization as a Mode of GovernanceExplanations from Local SociologistsWhat is Self-organization?The Relevant Theories in the West— Self-Organization as the Third Governance ModeThe Principles of Hierarchy-based GovernanceThe Embeddedness Theory of GranovetterWoody Powell Regards Self-organization as the Third Governance ModeForms of Self-organized Units in ChinaOperating in the Name of AnotherInternal ContractingForms of Self-organized Units in Modern ManagementClosed CliquesFormation of Self-organized UnitsGrouping by Favor Exchanges -- Explanations from the Perspective of Network DynamicsEstablishment of Identity – Explanations from Social PsychologyBehavioral Logic of Self-organizationLecture 7 Dynamic Balancing between Hierarchy and Self-organizationExplanations from Local SociologistsThe Relevant Theories in the West--Rational Selection of Governance MechanismsBalancing among Market, Hierarchy and Self-organizationExtending Governance Modes to the Public SectorsDynamic Balance in the Mind of ChineseManaging Self-organized UnitsA Chinese CaseThe Case of Western CounterpartComparison between the Chinese and Western CasesLecture 8 Dynamic Balancing between Governance under Rituals and under LawsExplanations from Local SociologistsLaws vs. RitualsThe Rule by Law in China: Focus on SimplicityOrder under the Rule of RitualGovernance under Rituals and Laws Together: Local Cases in ChinaPaternalistic Leadership with Benevolence, Authoritarianism and Morality TogetherThe Implications from the Chinese HistoryBalancing between Benevolence and Law EnforcementReference
 
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