Organizational Management in Canada and China
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This paper considers organizational management through the lens of corporate labor management in Canada and China. It is shown that culture matters when managing corporations, as the different approaches to labor in Canada and China are found to influence the ways business operates in those countries. Some suggestions are made for how labor management can be handled as globalization increases.
From the Paper:"It has only been with the recent introduction of market-based initiatives, coupled with the incredible growth of the economy and the emergence of an industrial sector, that the possibility for organizing has arisen. So what are the relevant characteristics of corporate management of labor for our analysis here? Peter Chow argues that the incredible rise of the Chinese economy has been driven by two major factors: (1) effective transition of agricultural workers to industrial jobs, and (2) infusion of direct foreign investment. Both of these developments has been critical, he argues, but he suggests that for the global economy it is the foreign investment that holds most potential to impact labor's standing in China."
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