GuanXi in China                        

Guanxi literally means relationship in Chinese. Without a well developed legal system protection, we need Guan Xi which is powerful way in China Business to ensure that mutually
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Chinese Mindset explained - Guan xi, mianzi and ranks & more.   

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Guanxi” literally means "relationships", stands for any type of relationship. In the Chinese business world, however, it is also understood as the network of relationships among various parties that cooperate together and support one another. The Chinese businessmen mentality is very much one of "You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours." In essence, this boils down to exchanging favors, which are expected to be done regularly and voluntarily. Therefore, it is an important concept to understand if one is to function effectively in Chinese society.
Guanxi is the key to getting anything done in China—the single most important factor for success in the country. The Chinese widely believe that it trumps intelligence, knowledge, talent, ambition…and even wealth. Because without the right guanxi, it’s hard to get ahead in China—competitors with better guanxi, for instance, can block you at every turn.

To get anything done in China, you need to navigate through China’s vast bureaucracy—dealing with all kinds of public officials, agencies and businesses. Guanxi isn’t just for getting ahead in business and politics. It’s how things get done in China–everything from getting help moving to meeting a potential spouse to finding a new job or apartment.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 – Preface

About the Author

How To Use this Book

Part 2 – China Business Culture
Chinese Traditional Culture Overview
China Business Today

List of Chinese Characters

What is Guanxi?

Part 3 - Guanxi, An Important
Chinese Business Element
Main Basics from China: Guanxi & Face in Busines
Mianzi - Keep Face, Keep Relationship
Rank & Title
Guan xi, mianzi and ranks & more - Chinese Mindset explained
GuanXi in China : The oil that keeps China running

  1. A Mutual Web Of Interdependence

  2. But It's not fair! ( I hear you whine)

  3. Going Through The Back Door

  4. A Word Of Caution…

  5. The Drunken Banquet: A Time - Honoured Chinese Tradition

How To Building & Managing Guanxi as a Foreigner?
  1. Initiating
   2. Building

   3. Harvesting

Part 4 - Reference Articles
  1. The King of Guanxi
    1. Vincent Lo's career shows what it takes
    2. for an outsider to succeed in China
    3. Seek no favour

    Guanxi and Guanxixue: The Advantage of Personal Connections in Modern China

    When Good Guanxi Turns Bad
    1. Dangerous Liaisons
    2. Create competition.
    3. Rotate the front line.
    4. Increase points of contact.

The Chinese culture is distinguished from the Western culture in many ways, including
how business is conducted. For example, the Chinese prefer to deal with people they
know and trust. On the surface, this does not seem to be much different from doing
business in the Western world. But in reality, the heavy reliance on relationship means
that western companies have to make themselves known to the Chinese before any
business can take place. Furthermore, this relationship is not simply between companies
but also between individuals at a personal level. The relationship is not just before sales
take place but it is an ongoing process. The company has to maintain the relationship if
it wants to do more business with the Chinese.