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Cultural [Creative] Industry [Need a title related to your essay...]
The Economics and Management Departments/Schools of Wuhan University aspire to be at the frontier of these disciplines. By observing the complex and everchanging market environment, focusing on the rapid growth in the senior management group, adhering to applied research and theoretical studies, and making education geared to the needs of the modern world and the future, they instill within senior management the necessity of economic and social development.
A college conducted a study on the management system of Chinese organizations. It found that Chinese-style management suffers, not from a lack of the most advanced management theory, but from a lack of effective management methods and problem-solving skills. These shortcomings include universal respect for the people involved, effective communication, effective group interaction, effective approaches to consensus-building, and an organizational culture of working towards a common goal.
As a cultural power, the United Kingdom was the first to provide us with the definition of "Cultural industry." It is one which has its origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property. This later changed to "creative industry" given its relationship to information technology.
This creative industry also occupies the highest proportion of Great Britain's national economy and has the full support of its ruling government. With no fear of the considerable distance that separates both countries, we hope to learn from your examples, and welcome consultation over these great thoughts, ideas and policies. China also welcomes and seeks opportunities for cooperative ventures.
Making the culture industry into a pillar of China's national economy, and achieving greater cultural development and prosperity, is the aim of both China and Heilongjiang Province over the next five years. The payoff is not widened access or even higher quality within China, but jobs and expert earnings in a competitive global economy.
As the British proverb states, “No road is long with good companies.”
Hopefully, the people in Heilongjiang and China can build a bridge of friendship with the British because of this mutual understanding and appreciation of the arts and culture. We look forward to developing this common goal and a future of deepening communication and expanding cooperation.
I tried my best, but too many gaps for me to fill in without knowing more about the subject. You may statements, but did not provide examples or facts to support them. Not sure the proverb is British (I thought Turkish...) or used correctly (should be "company"). Anyway, I hope this helps! J.
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