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iWotkforce Managementi March 12, 2007

March 12, 2007
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SPECIAL GLOBAL REPORT: CHINA
IN CHINA, YOUNG MANAGERS SPEED ALONG THE TOO-FAST CAREER TRACK
Stories by Ed Frauenheim
A dearth of experienced leaders has led many organizations in China’s booming economy to hastily promote young, unseasoned employees—a practice that jeopardizes business strategy and global succession planning. Can a stronger focus on development and corporate culture help meet the nation’s critical need for skilled managers? This special package also features stories on the perfect leadership profile for China, cultural traits that can hinder leaders and promising approaches to leadership development.

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