Theory of cooperation and competition in China : accomplishments and challenges
Handbook of Chinese organizational behavior: Integrating theory, research and practice
This chapter proposes that the theory of cooperation and competition can help understand, develop and manage interdependence within and between organizations to facilitate these reforms and contribute to Chinese society and people. We also argue that the theory does not impose Western values and practices, but that Chinese people can use the theory to help them express their values and beliefs and develop their practices so that they are appropriate and effective for them and for their society.
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ISBN of the source publication: 9780857933393
Tjosvold, D., Wong, A., Chen, N. Y., & Li, W.-D. (2012). Theory of cooperation and competition in China: Accomplishments and challenges. In X. Huang & M. H. Bond (Eds.), Handbook of Chinese organizational behavior: Integrating theory, research and practice (pp. 209-235). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. doi: 10.4337/9780857933409.00019