The road to reform in China is paved with detours and dangerous curves. Among the hazards are the traditional values that thrived under state run rule, but which now serve to slow progress. Looking at the case of CINCO, one of China’s oldest and largest insurers, Sarah Meegan and Professor Steven White show how the best intentions can be stymied by intractable cultural norms and varying players with vastly different goals.
Authors: Sarah Meegan, Steven White
Subjects: International – Asia, Organizational Behavior