Chinese Managers Get Trained in Western Ways

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    This [email protected] article offers a rundown on the various programs that are available to Chinese managers who want or need to learn more about the art of management so they’ll do a better job for their companies.


    As the piece states, these programs aren’t new — AT&T started offering one back in mid-1980s.


    What is new is the desire being expressed by participants to go beyond generic management training. They want to become experts in their own fields — high tech, telecom, healthcare and so on.


    Also, the programs don’t limit themselves to operational or communications matters. The Levin Institute’s four-month China Executive Software Leadership Program actually takes students to Bloomingdale’s "to view Western business attire" and introduces them to chefs at restaurants "where they get a firsthand look at American and French cuisine."

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