Going Global: Cross-Culture Management Strategies of Chinese Private Enterprises

Yinjia WAN


Chinese Private Enterprises rise is considered to be the symbol of the country’s “Go Global” strategy. However, Chinese companies have to learn to overcome a series of challenges in the overseas Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). Based on “Four Centrism” Theories proposed by Malcolm Warner, Pat Joynt, the paper analyzed factors influencing cross-culture management modes and key challenges for Chinese Private Enterprises. Suggestions and recommendations are proposed to improve cross-culture management strategies of Chinese private enterprises.


Chinese private enterprises; Cross-culture management Modes; Management strategies; “Go Global” era 4.0

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10507


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