Why does this change? We found through interviews that Chinese talents want the power to make important decisions - faster actions and less complicated decision-making processes - and more opportunities to explore international markets. In contrast, many multinationals put Chinese executives in operational positions rather than real leadership positions, according to the head of human resources at a global engineering company.
While Chinese companies seem to have an edge, or at least a momentum, they also have hurdles to overcome. Their executives are young, inexperienced and tend to change jobs. (by James Allen, translated by Chen Yi)
Source: editor in charge of global network: Chen Hequn, nb12679