About the Humanistic Management Network China Chapter
The China Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network is committed to developing and disseminating knowledge on humanistic leadership and humanistic management aligned with Chinese philosophies and traditions.
To this end, the Chapter provides a platform for researchers who are interested in Chinese humanistic leadership and management research to share experiences and exchange ideas; and for Chinese business leaders to learn from their counterparts in the world how to enable their employees to thrive while sustaining their businesses. The Chapter also introduces Chinese humanistic leadership and management practices to the world.
We plan to share what we have written on humanistic management/leadership and introduce Chinese cases to the outside world. In addition, we will organize off-line activities at least once a year for colleagues and management practitioners to exchange ideas and share experiences. Specific dates and location will be announced a few months ahead.
China Chapter Team
We are very happy to introduce the members of the Humanistic Management Network China Chapter team. Below you can find their short bio and how they contribute to the Chapter.
FU Pingping is currently a Professor of OB in Nottingham University Business School China.
Alicia is Associate Professor of Business Ethics at Southeast University, Nanjing & China Advisor
Yongjuan Li is a professor of psychology, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Joon Park is an associate professor at Nottingham University Business School China
Qing Qu is associated professor at the School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University, China.
Guangtao Yu is Professor at the Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing, China
Xiji Zhu is assistant professor in Business School, Central University of Finance and Economics, China.
Ernst von Kimakowitz acts as liaison to the global Humanistic Management Network community
Please explore the activities of the Humanistic Management Network China Chapter
The Humanistic Management Network China Chapter is proud to partner with a range of businesses in China that practicing humanistic management principles and are sharing our passion for strengthening the positive impact of business.
FOTILE is starting from love. Caring is at the heart of everything it does. For the past 20 years, FOTILE has worked to improve every family’s kitchen environment and remove the danger of cooking fumes. Through consistent innovation and R&D, the company injects new technology and luxury aesthetics into the core of every product. FOTILE continues to be a world leader in the development of kitchen electronics.
Good-Ark electronics started as a small manufacturer of diodes in 1992 with 68 people in Suzhou. The company now has over 1800 employees and has become China’s largest and the world’s third largest diode manufacturer. The factory went public in 2006 and Except for retirees, most of the 68 original employees are still with the company.
Wahl Clipper China is a subsidiary of the US Wahl Clipper Corporation, an international industry leader in the manufacture of consumer personal care appliances and products for the professional beauty and barber salon trade. The company is located in Xikou, a county under the city of Ningbo.
Xinyulou – the Building of Credibility – is now the brand name as well as the company name of the most successful retail group in China. The Xinyulou Group has 33 department stores with a total space of half a million square meters and 30,000 plus employees in multiple provinces.
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