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Management Control towards Innovation in Chinese Bank Industry

Shi, Jingyi and Mu, Yi LU (2016) BUSN68 20161
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
Purpose: With the intention to compare and analyse the differences between how state-owned and private-owned banks deploy MCS to foster their innovation, and why they use MCS in particular manner.
Methodology: This master thesis is a multiple case studies which are done through collecting and analyzing archival data and telephone interviews with personnel in four Chinese banks.
Empirical foundation: The MCS-related data are accumulated from archival data and telephone interviews with personnel in four banks. These MCS-related data are separated into enabling and coercive control basing on their features, and compared their usage in different types of banks in supporting different kinds of innovations.
Conclusions: The findings show that... (More)
Purpose: With the intention to compare and analyse the differences between how state-owned and private-owned banks deploy MCS to foster their innovation, and why they use MCS in particular manner.
Methodology: This master thesis is a multiple case studies which are done through collecting and analyzing archival data and telephone interviews with personnel in four Chinese banks.
Empirical foundation: The MCS-related data are accumulated from archival data and telephone interviews with personnel in four banks. These MCS-related data are separated into enabling and coercive control basing on their features, and compared their usage in different types of banks in supporting different kinds of innovations.
Conclusions: The findings show that the gap between MCS between state-owned and private-owned banks is eliminated. What‘s more, the MCSs they deployed to support innovation no matter in state-owned banks or private-owned banks are combination of enabling and coercive controls. The differences between different portion of enabling and coercive controls are in line with their strategic innovation goals. However, the cultural differences between state-owned and private-owned banks which influence reward and compensation are still obvious. (Less)
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author
Shi, Jingyi and Mu, Yi LU
supervisor
organization
alternative title
Four case studies carried out between state-owned banks and private-owned banks
course
BUSN68 20161
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Management control, innovation, Chinese bank industry, enabling control and coercive control, private-owned bank and state-owned bank
language
English
id
8879904
date added to LUP
2016-08-22 14:10:10
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2016-08-22 14:10:10
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  abstract     = {Purpose: With the intention to compare and analyse the differences between how state-owned and private-owned banks deploy MCS to foster their innovation, and why they use MCS in particular manner.
Methodology: This master thesis is a multiple case studies which are done through collecting and analyzing archival data and telephone interviews with personnel in four Chinese banks.
Empirical foundation: The MCS-related data are accumulated from archival data and telephone interviews with personnel in four banks. These MCS-related data are separated into enabling and coercive control basing on their features, and compared their usage in different types of banks in supporting different kinds of innovations.
Conclusions: The findings show that the gap between MCS between state-owned and private-owned banks is eliminated. What‘s more, the MCSs they deployed to support innovation no matter in state-owned banks or private-owned banks are combination of enabling and coercive controls. The differences between different portion of enabling and coercive controls are in line with their strategic innovation goals. However, the cultural differences between state-owned and private-owned banks which influence reward and compensation are still obvious.},
  author       = {Shi, Jingyi and Mu, Yi},
  keyword      = {Management control,innovation,Chinese bank industry,enabling control and coercive control,private-owned bank and state-owned bank},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Management Control towards Innovation in Chinese Bank Industry},
  year         = {2016},
}