The teaching faculty in the Department of Management is balanced between international and local faculty, many of whom, in addition to their academic credentials, have practitioner backgrounds.
PhD (Missouri), is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management at HKBU. She has taught in the US, Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland. Her research interests include developmental relationships, career development, and cross-cultural management. She has published articles in journals such as International Journal of Human Resources Management, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Research in Personality and Journal of Career Development. Before becoming a lecturer, she worked for the Hong Kong government for a number of years conducting management research.
PhD (HKUST), is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at HKBU. She has taught extensively in HK and also worked overseas. Her primary research interests include creativity and innovation, and employee voice. She has published articles in journals such as Journal of Management, Personnel Psychology, Human Relations, and International Journal of Human Resource Management.
PhD (Cantab), is a Professor in the Department of Management at HKBU. Professor Chiang has taught extensively in Hong Kong and overseas. She has also held senior management and executive level positions in both private and public sectors and has consulted internationally on all facets of business performance and development, compensation and incentive management, and training and development. Her primary research interests include employee behaviour, leadership, human resource management, and cross-cultural management.
PhD (Andrews), is a Professor in the Department of Management and Director of the Centre for HR Strategy and Development at HKBU. Before teaching and management consulting, he held a number of managerial positions in the private sector. Professor Chiu has extensive experience in educational administration and is very active in local professional and business communities. He was awarded the Outstanding Human Resource Educational Elite in Greater China Award, Outstanding Contribution to HR Award and the Medal of Honour.
Professor Chiu previously served on more than 30 university committees and is also a subject matter expert in HRM for the Hong Kong Council of Academic Accreditation and Vocational Qualifications. He has published over 100 academic articles and conference papers. As a management consultant, Professor Chiu serves his clients with expert knowledge in organisational restructuring and talent management. Professor Chiu actively promotes the value of sound HR practices and work-life balance in Hong Kong. He has been invited to be a panel judge/adjudicator for various competitions and events and has given more than 70 talks in the local community for groups such as schools, welfare associations, and statutory bodies.
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PhD (Ohio State), is the CEO of the Hong Kong International Management Consulting Company. She was formerly a Professor in the Department of Management at HKBU as well as other universities in Hong Kong, the U.S. and Canada. She is a co-author of the book “International Organisational Behaviour (2005)”, and has written numerous journal articles and conference papers. Her current research interests include cross-cultural management and organisational behavior, life balance, and culture and feedback processes.
EDd (HKU), is a Lecturer in the Department of Management at HKBU and Director of Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) in HRM Programme. She currently serves on several HR committees and education governance board for non-profit organizations. She is also occasionally invited to deliver training services to business corporations. In addition, Tracy is a registered clinical supervisor and counsellor. Before joining HKBU, she was the Regional Manager of a multi-national people management consultancy company where she oversaw people management and employee wellness consulting services and projects for numerous global and local companies.
PhD (Lancaster), is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management at HKBU. She holds a Ph.D. in Management Learning from the University of Lancaster, U.K. She is active in researching and writing materials on management issues in the Asian context and has published widely in international leading journals. Her research and teaching activities have focused on gender, strategic management, human resource management, company ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR). She has published more than 50 papers on these topics, including 10 book chapters and over 40 refereed journal articles. She is currently the director of the Master of Science in Strategic Human Resources Management Programme.
Her professional activities are extensive. She has provided consulting and training services on ethics, organisational management, and strategic planning to multinational corporations, utilities, NGOs, and various government departments.
PhD (CUHK), is a Professor in the Department of Management at HKBU. She teaches human resource management, international business, and strategic management for students at various levels. Her research areas include strategic HRM, top management teams and Chinese business strategies. She has published in a number of premier international refereed journals, including the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Resource Management, Human Relations, Leadership Quarterly and so forth, and is active in executive trainings in China.
MA (Warwick), is the Professor of HRM in the Business School of University of Greenwich. Before joining the University in 1991, Geoff worked in commercial pay and employment research for many years. He has acted as an advisor to a number of organisations including the Low Pay Commission, the Local Government Pay Commission, the NHS Staff Council, the Universities and Colleges Employers Association, the Department for Communities and Local Government and the inquiry into police pay by Sir Clive Booth. He has also been a visiting research fellow at both HKBU and the University of Western Sydney. His main research interest is in reward management, especially in the public sector, and he has published widely in the fields of pay and employee relations.
DBA (HKPolyU), is an Senior Lecturer as well as the Director of Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) in Human Resources Management Programme in the Department of Management at HKBU. Prior to his current appointment, he has been in the HR profession for over 27 years and held senior HR positions for local as well multinational corporations with Greater China responsibilities. His key research interests include strategic HRM, employee relations and participation, performance management and career counselling.