中国领导力本土化发展研究:现状分析与建议

Translated title of the contribution: The Indigenous Research on Chinese Leadership: Problems and Suggestions

Peter Ping Li, Yangfeng Cao

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    The authors reviewed 94 papers on leadership published in 8 top Chinese journals during the period of 2000~2009. Based on the model of indigenous research on leadership, the paper identifies the key problems in the research on leadership in China and found out that the majority of the studies on leadership in China were in the first and second phases of indigenous research. Such studies only validated (the first stage) or improved (the second stage) the extant leadership theories in the west, so they did little in the development of indigenous leadership theories in the Chinese context. Finally, it provides specific suggestions for future indigenous research on leadership in China.
    Original languageChinese
    JournalGuanli Xuebao
    Volume7
    Issue number11
    Pages (from-to)1704-1709
    ISSN1672-884X
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Li, Peter Ping ; Cao, Yangfeng. / 中国领导力本土化发展研究:现状分析与建议. In: Guanli Xuebao. 2010 ; Vol. 7, No. 11. pp. 1704-1709.
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