China Zhongwang Corporate Values Case Study

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Q.1.1. China Zhonwang’s corporate values and how these values influence the way employees do their work.

According to Watkins (2013), corporate values are the operating philosophies or principles that guide an organization's internal conduct as well as its relationship with its customers, partners and shareholders.

a) China Zhongwang tries to grow alongside its customers.

b) China Zhongwang develop its own talent, particularly in relation to teamwork, pursuit of excellence and innovation.

c) China Zhongwang wants sustainable earnings growth and rewards for investors and shareholders.

d) Is to be responsible citizen and do business with integrity, which includes community events and supporting charities. e) It is established a business forward into the future.
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3.3. How did Coca-Cola managed diversity
a) Formal Training – they are infusing talent in to the organization through their participation in targeted leadership and internship programs. b) Studio types –

c) Include woman in organization – they developed a major initiative to attract more women and people of color.

d) Create environment where differences are accepted –

e) Create common goal –

f) Team work –

Q.3.4. “it is necessary to treat people how you want to be treated”
I fully agree with the statement, it simply means that it’s up to you to allow or not to allow certain treatment. It’s your responsibility to teach people how you want them to treat you. In relations, one must try to recognize what the other needs, and strive to treat them how they want to be treated.
There are lots of levels to this
This saying goes far beyond simply being kind to people, or going out of your way to be available or helpful to those in need. Yes, you would want others to assist you in a bind or be pleasant even in an unfavorable circumstance. But there are many ways to create equality in your world that may go completely unnoticed by others. It's really just about adjusting your views and

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