Why China Is A Famous Nation With Creative Power At The Ancient And Modern Times

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Essay 2 – Problem and Solution Essay B How to Make Large Chinese Companies More Creative Gunpowder, compass, waterwheel, paper money, long-distance banking, the civil service and merit promotion were invented by Chinese (Abrami, Kirby and McFarlan, 2014). Therefore, it could be argued that China was a famous nation with creative power at the ancient and modern times. Nowadays, however, many opinions supposed that most of the creative business scholars and innovators were in west countries (Abrami, Kirby and McFarlan, 2014), while breakthrough innovations were rarely seen in China. There are some different viewpoints about the reasons why China cannot innovate. Lim (cited in Abrami, Kirby and McFarlan, 2014) argued that Chinese companies’ managers do not have creativity to the consideration of new ideas. The Chinese government fails to take good protection of intellectual property rights leads to this situation similarly. Furthermore, according to Miyazaki (cited in Abrami, Kirby and McFarlan, 2014), Chinese education system which makes students absolutely concentrate on the test scores cannot make Chinese teenagers become innovators. Based on these opinions, this essay focuses on the creativity in large Chinese companies. Under the circumstance about the backwardness of Chinese innovation development, the creativity in large Chinese companies is exceedingly difficult. There are some reasons for this situation. Large Chinese companies have strict structures and complex

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