Concept

Oriental management

Summary
Oriental management is a modern management school based on both the latest and historical theories as well as practices and rules of management inside and outside China. Although similar thoughts have been proposed in the early 1970s, oriental management gained traction in the early 1990s having been launched Su Dongshui. The concept is generally based on the unique traditional culture of eastern countries, especially China, and has integrated the essence of management thoughts from both the east and the west, after decades of study. The theoretical foundations of oriental management are Chinese Management, Western Management, and Overseas Chinese Management. It adopted an approach that is people-oriented, with a strong focus on "human morality," and "human behavior." The framework prioritizes learning, ideal behavior, governing, action, and harmony. Utility Aside from serving as a form of management standards for Chinese companies, oriental management can
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