4 edition of Leadership, legitimacy, and conflict in China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Frederick C. Teiwes.|
|LC Classifications||DS777.75 .T44 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 169 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
|ISBN 10||0873322460, 0873322754|
|LC Control Number||83015381|
Structural leadership Directional leadership Idea-based leadership Common good Self interest High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low Negotiator (n = ) 42 8 52 2 49 3 75 5 43 In his book ‘The Five Dysfunctions of a Team’, author Patrick Lencioni argues that fear of conflict is delaying decisions and limiting the commitment, in both individuals and teams. Decisions are half-hearted or never taken because the fear of conflict is suppressing opinions and emotions, that could otherwise assure a passionate discussion.
Legitimacy is a tricky concept and when it comes to having legitimate power. What is Legitimate Power in Leadership? Legitimate power is the authority that a leader exercises by default, due to his position in an organization. A leader is essentially distinguished from a follower, due to the greater rights and responsibilities he has, compared. Barbara Wang is an expert in cross-cultural leadership at Ashridge Executive Education. By downloading this resource your information will be shared with its authors. Full privacy statement. Globalisation is having a major impact on organizations, and leaders must adapt to survive in the new world order. How to develop leadership skills and.
Tracing the role of ideas in Chinese economic reform from to the present, this book explores the conversion of China's policymakers to capitalist economic thinking. Chen argues that the reform process has created a gap between the legitimacy of the leadership, which remains rooted in Marxist-Leninist ideology, and the practice of reform. The orders of precedence in China is the ranking of political leaders in China for the purposes of event protocol and to arrange the ordering of names in official news bulletins, both written and televised. It is also sometimes used to assess perceived level of political power.
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Leadership, Legitimacy, and Conflict in China book. From a Charismatic Mao to the Politics of Succession. By Frederick C Teiwes. Edition 1st by: Book Description. This title was first published in This text provides a source of citations to North American scholarships relating specifically to the area of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
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It presents a different interpretation of political conflict and policy change in China prior to the Cultural Revolution. The chapter shows case studies that not only indicate the shortcomings of the "two line struggle" concept; they also reflect legitimacy changing pattern Cited by: 3.
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This book examines the role of traditional Chinese values, ideology, and philosophy as a key determinant in modern China's leadership succession. The author asserts that, as communist ideology wanes, Chinese leaders will turn to their own traditional values found in Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism to establish legitimacy to rule as they seek.
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Conflict is natural. In his book “There is an I in Team” Mark de Rond picks up on the fact that we often talk about organizations and teams as though they were single, unified entities composed of like-minded people, little ducks all neatly in a row.
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Introduction. The March Chatham House conference on the topic of governance, leadership and legitimacy compared political and government systems in the three major political and economic powers in East Asia. 1 It considered the systems in the context of the historical and political legitimacy of different leadership models in China, Japan and South.
The desire for the 'core' leader has been imbedded in the ruling philosophy of the Chinese Communist Party. As the role of the 'core' leader and his interactions with other ruling elite are important in understanding Chinese politics, this book attempts to focus on the role of the party chief and how he could become the 'core' of the leadership.
Legitimacy in Contemporary China: Maintaining the Legitimacy of an Authoritarian State Anne McGinnis * This essay seeks to explain how the People‘s Republic of China, an authoritarian state, creates and maintains political legitimacy.
Following David Beetham, a state must fulfill, or appear to fulfill, three criteria to possess political. This book addresses the impact of an increasingly complex environment on the legitimacy and transparency of polities, on the role of leadership and political personality and on motivated images, rhetoric and communication.
Buy Leadership, Legitimacy, and Conflict in China: From a Charismatic Mao to the Politics of Succession 1 by Frederick C Teiwes (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Frederick Carle Teiwes (born ) is an American-born Australian sinologist.
He held a personal chair as professor emeritus in Government and International Relations at Sydney University until his retirement in He is especially known for his detailed studies, together with Warren Sun, on the history of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) elite politics.
This book examines the role of traditional Chinese values, ideology, and philosophy as a key determinant in modern China’s leadership succession. The author asserts that, as communist ideology wanes, Chinese leaders will turn to their own traditional values found in Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism to establish legitimacy to rule as they Pages: Leadership is an essential ingredient in reaching international agreements and overcoming the collective action problems associated with responding to climate change.
In this study, we aim at answering two questions that are crucial for understanding the legitimacy of leadership in international climate change negotiations. Based on the responses of three Cited by: Leadership is an essential ingredient in reaching international agreements and overcoming the collective action problems associated with responding to climate change.
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