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A short course of lectures
«Social Networking and Chinese Indigenous Management»

Lecture 8 Dynamic Balancing between Governance under Rituals and under LawsThe Motivations Behind Circle MembersThe Levels of Guanxi ManagementReferenceClosed CliquesFrom Strangers to Acquaintance Ties: Nine Similarities and IdentificationExtending Governance Modes to the Public SectorsThe Essence of Chinese ManagementDynamic Balance in the Mind of ChinesePrefaceExplanations from Local SociologistsDynamically Balance Yin and YangWoody Powell Regards Self-organization as the Third Governance ModeHistorical Changes in the Contents of RelationshipsThe Relevant Theories in the West--Rational Selection of Governance MechanismsBalancing between Benevolence and Law EnforcementGovernance under Rituals and Laws Together: Local Cases in ChinaComparison between the Chinese and Western CasesMotive 3 – EnfeoffmentDynamic BalanceOperating in the Name of AnotherPaternalistic Leadership with Benevolence, Authoritarianism and Morality TogetherThe Principles of Hierarchy-based GovernanceGuanxi Circles and FlexibilityExplanations from Local SociologistsLecture 5 Guanxi Circle - Why Chinese Want to WorkFrom Acquaintance Ties to Familiar Ties: The Principles of Requital and FavorGuanxi Management: Building an Atmosphere of TrustGovernance under Rituals and Laws togetherDynamic Balancing of Changes in Guanxi CirclesLaws vs. RitualsThe Relevant Theories in the West— Self-Organization as the Third Governance ModeThe Doctrine of Dynamic BalanceFormation of Self-organized UnitsMotive 2 – Building Your Own Guanxi CircleAssumptions of the Guanxi Circle TheoryDynamic Balancing between Instrumental and Expressive MotivesThe Relevant Theories in the West—From X to Z TheoryExplanations from Local SociologistsCharacteristics of Chinese Management – Flexibility and Quick ResponseGuanxi ManagementEstablishment of Identity – Explanations from Social PsychologyThe Implications from the Chinese HistoryInternal ContractingTrust in Family and Familiar tiesGuanxi-Orientated ManagementGrouping by Favor Exchanges -- Explanations from the Perspective of Network DynamicsLecture 4 Dynamics of GuanxiThe Case of Western CounterpartThe Guanxi Circle TheoryBecome Perfectly Sincere to Build Guanxi CirclesLecture 1 Dynamic Balance – The Origin of Chinese Management ThoughtsBehavioral Logic of Self-organizationBuilding and Maintaining TrustDynamic Balancing between Trust and PowerForms of Self-organized Units in ChinaMotive 1 – Favor ExchangesExplanations from Local SociologistsFrom Familiar Ties to Family TiesDynamic Balancing of Interests Inside and Outside Guanxi CirclesDamages to RelationshipsSelf-organizationLecture 6 Self-organization as a Mode of GovernanceLecture 3 Guanxi ManagementDynamic Balancing of RelationshipsBalancing among Market, Hierarchy and Self-organizationThe Relevant Theories in the WestThe Rule by Law in China: Focus on SimplicityThe Embeddedness Theory of GranovetterLecture 7 Dynamic Balancing between Hierarchy and Self-organizationWhat is Self-organization?Forms of Self-organized Units in Modern ManagementDynamic Balancing between Favor Exchange and Equal SharingLecture 2 The Essence of Chinese ManagementExplanations from Local SociologistsManaging Self-organized UnitsChina's Management PhilosophyFrom Strangers to Acquaintances: When Trust BeginsDynamic Relationship ChangesOrder under the Rule of RitualDynamic Balancing of Guanxi CirclesA Chinese Case
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