Business strategies and policies of the Chinese Entrepreneurs in Manila compared to Michael Porter’s Competitive Strategy Model
Unpublished Project (MBA)
Call Number: HB615 .Z48 1998 SGP
Yan, Zhu Qing (Linda)
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The purpose of the study was for researcher, present and potential entrepreneurs to learn Chinese business philosophies, strategies, and policies. The study will also help to explain the differences between the Chinese business strategies and policies and Michael Porter’s Competitive strategy model. The study was conducted among Chinese entrepreneurs in Manila. 121 Chinese entrepreneurs participated in the survey. Respondents gave their perceptions about Chinese business philosophies, strategies, and policies. As the result of this study, the following recommendations were made to future researchers, scholars, and business people: 1. This study only sampled Chinese entrepreneurs. It is recommended that future comparative studies should sample Chinese, Western and some other Asian entrepreneurs with the same tool. The results of such a study will strengthen the differences between Chinese and Western business philosophies and practices identified. 2. The recommendation to further study also goes to future researchers, who are advised to conduct a special study relating to the pattern of how Chinese business people behave in the following areas: (a) In terms of specific business, such as merchandising, manufacturing, and construction and so on, whether they differ in terms of styles. (b) In terms of size, as that conceptualized by Michael Porter, whether big and small business also differ in terms of styles. 3. There was only one written tool used in the study. It is recommended that future researchers use both interview and written questionnaires to conduct the survey. 4. This study had only 121 respondents. More respondents should be sought in future studies. 5. It is recommended that non Chinese business people who are looking for ways to succeed in business could consider the Chinese business philosophies, policies, and practices as alternatives to their current business practices.
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