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Factors affecting change management in Chinese traditional companies

Dawei Zha


The respective research work is based on a secondary qualitative database following a descriptive research design to complete the
work effectively. All the responses are collected via an interview of 5 employees from different leading traditional Chinese companies. The
whole work was emphasized on the factors that affect change management in traditional sectors of China. There are more than 70% of traditional companies who are adopting change management to cope with the new updated work culture. However, many industries are facing
several difficulties in adopting these recent changes.


Secondary Qualitative Database; Traditional Chinese Companies; Change Management

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v9i2.12457