U.S. and Chinese Human Resources
A discussion on the differences between the United States and China in regard to the decision-making process in business.
# 115248 | 1,181 words | 4 sources | APA | 2009 |
Published on Jul 14, 2009 in Business (International) , Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources) , Asian Studies (General)
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The paper explains that the primary difference between the United States and China's decision-making process is that the two countries consider various variables in the process and differently involve the personnel in the process. The paper discusses how Chinese staff do not have much to say, while in America, the employees are incorporated in the process. The paper also looks at Singapore where some employees play major roles in the process, while others have no part at all. The paper compares the the resources taken in consideration when making a decision and the transparency of the decision-making process and concludes that a country's culture is reflected in the business community and its making of decisions.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Stanbury, J., Case 14: A First-Time Expatriate's Experience in a Joint Venture in China, Comprehensive Cases
- Lim, L.H., Raman, K.S., Wei, K.K., 1990, Does GDSS Promote More Democratic Decision Making? - The Singapore Experiment, System Sciences, Volume 3, Issue 2-5 January, pp.59-68
- Leonard, A., 2008, The Story of Stuff, http://storyofstuff.ethicalbrand.org/ last accessed on March 28, 2008
- Singapore: History, Asian Studies Network Information Center, http://inic.utexas.edu/ last accessed on March 28, 2008
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