Why is so hard to for majority Chinese companies to take documentation seriously?

Subject: Why is so hard to for majority Chinese companies to take documentation seriously?
From: Simon <wingman1985 -at- yahoo -dot- com -dot- cn>
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Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2013 20:45:55 +0800 (CST)

I contribute my two cents here:
Most Chinese companies have no proprietary technology. Secondly, most Chinese bosses think business is an art of connection(Guanxi). Good processes and practices come next.

What do you see the reasons? I have been with alocal Chinese company for three years and the notion of "documentation" seems to be very disconnected with local staff.


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