Table of contents for Little red book of China business / Sheila Melvin.

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Table of Contents
Introduction: Mao?s Continuing Relevance
Why Mao Matters
Structure of this Book
Chapter One: Value History
Integration and Humiliation
Standing up and Struggling Under Chairman Mao
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Two: The Unity of Opposites
A Difficult Balancing Act
A Tradition of Contradiction
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Three: Make Foreign Things Serve China
Blame History
Developing Chinese Things
Success Breeds Ambivalence
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Four: Master What You Do Not Know
Mastering China
You Must Investigate!
Inquire into Everything
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Five: Enemies and Friends
A Man without Friends
Learning to Trust
Political Work
Attend to the Newspapers
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Six: Resist Dogmatism
Abolish Foreign Stereotypes
Mules Are Good
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Seven: People Are the Decisive Factor
People Power
The HR Challenge
Use Cadres Well
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
Chapter Eight: Serve the People
Judging Mao
Ways to Serve
A Crystallization of Collective Wisdom
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Corporate culture -- China.
National characteristics, Chinese.
Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976.