Integrating Theory, Research and Practice
Edited by Xu Huang and Michael Harris Bond
This comprehensive Handbook explores limitations and challenges arising from attempts to develop indigenous theories and constructs applicable to Chinese social reality. Key contributors integrate the literature in their topic areas, providing directions for pushing forward the frontiers of research into a more culturally sensitive and powerful representation of Chinese organizational behavior. Areas examined include emotional intelligence, creativity and motivation, leadership, team conflicts, trust, power and business ethics. Experienced practitioner input is included.
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- Handbook of Chinese Organizational Behavior Integrating Theory, Research and Practice
- Chapter 1: Why We Need this Edited Book Now!
- Chapter 2: Theorizing about Chinese Organizational Behavior: The Role of Cultural and Social Forces
- Chapter 3: Contextualizing Research in a Modernizing China
- Chapter 4: Locating Chinese Work Behavior in a Global Perspective
- Chapter 5: A Practitioner’s Perspective on Organizational Behavior in China
- Chapter 6: Chinese Emotional Intelligence
- Chapter 7: Dirty Work in Chinese Societies
- Chapter 8: Managing Social Comparison Processes Among Chinese Employees
- Chapter 9: Understanding Creativity and Innovation in Chinese Organizations
- Chapter 10: Abusive Supervision in Chinese Work Settings
- Chapter 11: The Romance of Motivational Leadership: How do Chinese Leaders Motivate Employees?
- Chapter 12: Theory of Cooperation and Competition in Chinese Societies: Accomplishments and Challenges
- Chapter 13: Building Teams in Chinese Organizations
- Chapter 14: Ostracism, Chinese Style
- Chapter 15: Managing Conflicts in Chinese Societies
- Chapter 16: Enhancing Trust in Chinese Organizations
- Chapter 17: Forming and Reacting to Judgments of Organizational Justice by Chinese Employees
- Chapter 18: Psychological Contracts of Chinese Employees
- Chapter 19: Job Insecurity in the Chinese Context: A Critical Review
- Chapter 20: Chinese Personality and Vocational Behavior
- Chapter 21: Chinese Work Values and Ethics in Organizational Contexts
- Chapter 22: Chinese Guanxi: The Good, the Bad and the Controversial
- Chapter 23: Relational Power in the Chinese Context
- Chapter 24: Paternalistic Leadership: From Here to Where?
- Chapter 25: Harmonizing Conflicting Views about Harmony in Chinese Culture
- Chapter 26: Social Exchange and Face Dynamism in Confucian Society
- Chapter 27: Chinese Management Theories: Indigenous Insights or Lessons for the Wider World?
- Chapter 28: There is Nothing More American than Research on Chinese Organizational Behavior: Into a More Culturally Sensitive Future
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