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An Empirical Investigation of Mainland Chinese Organizational Ideology
Siew-Huat Kong
2006-08-17
Source PublicationAsian Business & Management
ISSN1472-4782
Volume5Pages:357-378
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In the present study, which seeks to identify the chief characteristics of mainland Chinese organizational ideology, two competing sets of justification for organizational actions emerged. The ‘power camp’, which relies on status by attribution, the personal authority of leaders and instrumental personal connections as its key ideological force, is currently challenged by an emerging belief system, which advocates legitimacy, meritocracy and responsibility within Chinese organizations. Until both camps recognize that these twin belief systems are, actually, based on a common set of underlying assumptions — an ever-hostile world, a hierarchical social reality and self-seeking individuals — China's enterprise reform initiative will be built on very shaky foundations.

KeywordOrganizational Ideology Assumptions Enterprise Reform China
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.abm.9200191
Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Business Administration
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
Corresponding AuthorSiew-Huat Kong
AffiliationFaculty of Business Administration, University of Macau, P.O. Box3001 Macau SAR, PRC.
First Author AffilicationFaculty of Business Administration
Corresponding Author AffilicationFaculty of Business Administration
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Siew-Huat Kong. An Empirical Investigation of Mainland Chinese Organizational Ideology[J]. Asian Business & Management,2006,5:357-378.
APA Siew-Huat Kong.(2006).An Empirical Investigation of Mainland Chinese Organizational Ideology.Asian Business & Management,5,357-378.
MLA Siew-Huat Kong."An Empirical Investigation of Mainland Chinese Organizational Ideology".Asian Business & Management 5(2006):357-378.
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