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Guanxi for the Busy American. 72 likes. Guanxi for the Busy American. Busy Americans want to transact business and move on to the next challenge. The goal of “Guanxi for the Busy American” is to help. Guanxi matters to your Chinese counterparty – so it should be important to you. Make guanxi work for you.

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Please try again later. How to Manage a Successful Business in China. The Power of “OUT”. Outlook on labor cost development in China Shanghai region in particular as a road map for multinational corporations MNCs. Informative, easy to read and understand.

Read more Read less. I am not so sure that North American and Western European cultures are so different I have always found that American business culture has much more in common with Chinese business culture than with European, um, business “culture”.

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An excellent introduction to doing business in China. Time for a Shakeout in China’s Auto Industry? Companies around the world follow his discussions about negotiation tactics in China on ChineseNegotiation.

The goal of “Guanxi for the Busy American” is to help over-scheduled professionals learn exactly what they need to do business in China effectively and efficiently. The title should be at least 4 characters long. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Busy Americans approach culture as one of many factors necessary successful management.

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The Economic Theory of Firms. Managerial Economics Crash Course. When it comes to doing business in China, busy Americans respect the local feelings, attitudes, customs, culture, history and society — but also know that they are not Chinese and never will be, no matter what they do.

What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? February 28, Sold by: I’ve been working on a thesis involving guanxi for my graduate degree and this book lead to many great points for further research, but broke the topic down into very palatable and understandable tidbits.

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Globalisation and standardised products. They do not need get a PhD in amercan in order to fill out an invoice, and they are confident operating a telephone without ammerican able to design a microchip.

A must read for any business considering a Chinese business relationship. Anderson on March 28, Hopefully the author amreican be writing a more detailed and in depth version of this book. Available NOW on Amazon.

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Readers of This Book Also Americcan. The Other Side of the Story. Guanxi for the Busy American by Andrew Hupert. You make a valid point, Marian. The goal of Bhsy for the Busy American is to help over-scheduled, sleep-deprived professionals learn exactly what they need to do business in China effectively and efficiently. And if you find yourself sending a newbie to China on behalf of your company, be sure teh or she has this book ahead of time.

Justindwong added it Jun 25, This book hits it on the head nicely. Solid fast read on the Guanxi concept. February 27, Imprint: They will need to read it several times before getting on the plane, and probably several more while they are in China.

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The Professor Is In. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Mads Bjelkerud on March 12, You’ll have some clue.

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