|Project Title:||How do Business Managers Guard Against the Conspiracy of Feminism|
|Author:||Mr. Liu JinZe
|Advisor:||Dr. Tanakorn Limsarun|
|Degree:||Master of Business Administration (International Program)|
|Major:||International Business Management|
National and International Academic Conference “Innovation and Management for Sustainability” 9-10 July 2020
Liu, JinZe. (2020). How do business managers guard against the Conspiracy of Feminism. (Independent study, Master of Business Administration). Bangkok: Siam University.
This study focused on investigating managers and how to guard against the “conspiracy” of “feminism.” With the global attention on the “Me-too Movement,” and (JD.US) CEO, LIUQIANGDONG, a suspect of alleged sexual assault crimes in the United States. A thorough analysis was performed by this research and had found that the JD incident with the CEO was not purely a rape case. There has been speculation that the incident may have been a trap or a conspiracy put into motion by others. For this study, it was imperative to attempt to avoid the excessive threats of “feminism.” Due to the frequent publicity of the me-too movement, especially with the voices of many celebrities and stars, some unscrupulous people have been trying to take advantage of the situation. As a result, many questions arise: How do employees properly communicate with business managers, conduct everyday communication, express equality, and with collaboration between the opposite sex; How can managers avoid any incidence of conspiracy while managing “employees.” It has become vital for managers to safeguard their interests and safety, strengthen the awareness of the red line and the bottom line between right and wrong, and to prevent any unintended incidents in the workplace. This research aimed to provide a guideline to improve business or corporations to become more aware and increase their authority of proper behavior, analyze potential problems from various perspectives, and to explore the best possible solutions to help avoid simultaneous reconciliation and disadvantages.
Keywords: Feminist, Trust, Communication, Temptations, Murphy’s Law.
How do Business Managers Guard Against the Conspiracy of Feminism
Master of Business Administration (International Program), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand
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