Department of Management

Seminars & Workshops

Research Seminars & Workshops

Semester 2, 2021-22
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
10 May 2022
10:30-12:00
 
Prof. Chi-Nien Chung
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
MIDS A Straw In The Wind: Signals On Family Members And Analyst Responses During Family Firm Succession
22 April 2022
10:30-12:00
 
Prof. David H. Zhu
Arizona State University
MIDS It Takes Humility to Enhance Diversity: CEO Humility and Female Representation on Top Management Teams
25 March 2022
16:00-17:30
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Prof. Martin Kilduff
University College London
MIDS The strain of spanning structural holes: How tertius separans brokering leads to burnout and abusive behavior
8 March 2022
10:00-11:30
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Prof. T. Brad Harris
Texas Christian University
MIDS Disentangling Tensions in Group Collaboration: A Network Perspective
15 February 2022
10:00-11:30
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Prof. George Christopoulos
Nanyang Technological University
MIDS Time, space and (how to study) their effects on organizational life: entrepreneurial trust, workspace architecture and wearables
26 January 2022
10:30-12:00
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Prof. Heli Wang
Singapore Management University
MIDS The Burden of Being Distinct: Uniqueness in CSR Strategy and CSR as An Insurance Mechanism
Semester 1, 2021-22
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
10 December 2021
10:30-12:00
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Prof. Ying-yi Hong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MIDS Building a Programof Research – From Theories to Impacts
9 November 2021
10:00-11:30
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Prof. Christy Zhou
Michigan State University
MIDS Reconciling Female Agentic Advantage and Disadvantage with the CADDIS Measure of Agency
22 October 2021
09:00-10:30
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Dr. Kaifeng Jiang
The Ohio State University
MIDS Organizational Pay Inequality and Citizens’ Subjective Well-Being
8 October 2021
10:00-11:30
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Prof. Dean Mobbs
California Institute of Technology
MIDS Fractionating the Human Defensive Circuitry
14 September 2021
10:30-12:00
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Prof. Yaping Gong
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
MIDS Employee-experienced crisis and creativity
Semester 2, 2020-21
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
29 July 2021
14:30-16:00
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Prof. Peter A. Bamberger
Tel Aviv University
MIDS Behavior Change Versus Stability During the College-to-Work Transition: Explaining the “Stickiness” of Alcohol Misuse at Career Entry
29 April 2021
14:30-16:00
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Prof. Ellick K.F. Wong
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
MIDS Age and Escalation of Commitment in Organizations: A Multi-level Adaptive Learning Approach
13 April 2021
12:30-14:00
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Prof. Chia-Huei Wu
University of Leeds
MIDS Knowledge sharing on online platforms within organisations: An interactionist examination from a generalised exchange perspective
26 March 2021
9:00-10:30
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Prof. Michael Platt
James S. Riepe University
MIDS Neuroscience and the Future of Management
9 March 2021
11:00-12:30
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Dr. David Kryscynski
Brigham Young University
MIDS Employee Rent Sharing and Competitive Advantage: Exploring an S-Shaped Rent Sharing Curve
26 February 2021
11:00-12:30
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Dr. Wen-Dong Li
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MIDS Personality as a Dependent Variable? Influences of Work Experiences on Personality Development Over Time
9 February 2021
16:00-17:30
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Prof. Andrew Parker
University of Exeter
MIDS The effect of exploration and exploitation role orientation on dynamic knowledge networks
22 January 2021
11:00-12:30
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Prof. Riki Takeuchi
University of Texas at Dallas
MIDS Reflecting on death amidst COVID-19: Different trajectories and its impact on creativity thru four-wave longitudinal investigation
Semester 2, 2019-20
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
20 January 2020
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Prof. Jiing-Lih FARH
China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai
MIDS Toward a Better Understanding of the Joint Effects of Authoritarian and Benevolent Leadership on Job Performance in Paternalistic Leadership Research
Semester 1, 2019-20
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
4 December 2019
14:30-16:00
Hung Hom Room 3, Level 1, Kerry Hotel, Hung Hom
Prof. Anne S. TSUI
University of Notre Dame, USA
MIDS Responsible Research: Enhancing Rigor and Relevance in Responsible Leadership Studies
6 September 2019
10:30-12:00
WLB602
Dr Fabrice LUMINEAU
Purdue University
MIDS An Asymmetric View of Franchise Contracts
18 November 2019
14:00-15:30
Suite 3001, 30/F, Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Shatin
Dr Sanjay PATNAIK
The George Washington University, USA
MGNT Count Me In: Which Firms Pursue Opportunities Created By Transnational Climate Regulations
15 November 2019
14:00-15:30
Suite 3001, 30/F, Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong Shatin
Dr Chiara SPINA
Bocconi University, Italy
MGNT Small Changes with Big Impact: Experimental Evidence of a Scientific Approach to the Decision-making of Entrepreneurial Firms
1 November 2019
10:30-12:00
WLB602
Dr Albert M. AHN
The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine
MGNT Activist Hedge Fund Board Representation and Its Impact on Corporate Strategy
28 October 2019
14:30-16:00
DLB908
Dr Dalee Luna YOON
Krannert School of Management, Purdue University
MGNT Do Hybrid Entrepreneurs Perform Better? The Mediating Role of Entrepreneurial Thresholds
25 October 2019
10:30-12:00
WLB602
Dr Jingoo KANG
College of Business (Nanyang Business School), Singapore
MGNT Performance Implications of Temporal Transition between Exploration and Exploitation
21 October 2019
10:30-12:00
WLB602
Dr. Huisi LI, Jessica
Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
MGNT My Boss is Younger, Less Educated, and Has a Shorter Tenure: Status (In)congruence and Supervisor Competence Influence Subordinates’ Fairness Perceptions
14 October 2019
10:30-12:00
WLB602
Dr. Anjier CHEN
Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania State University
MGNT When Do “Good Guys” Finish First? Promotion Framing, Moral Elevation, and Observer Positive Reactions to Ethical Voice.
27 September 2019
10:30-12:00
WLB601
Dr. Wei GUO, Vivian
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
MGNT Going Off Script: The Level of Spontaneity of Executive Talks and Divergence of Investors’ Opinions
23 September 2019
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Dr Irene Elisabeth DE PATER
National University of Singapore Business School
MGNT Not All Challenges are Equal
Workshop, 2019-20
Date & Venue Topic
5-9 December 2019
School of Business, HKBU
The Fourth Teacher Training Workshop for the “Philosophy of Management Research” course
Application deadline: June 30, 2019
Semester 1, 2018-19
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
8 November 2018
15:00-16:30
WLB602
Prof. Jian LIANG
Tongji University
MIDS How Should We Sell Ideas to the Leader: Does Framing Tactics Matters?
22 October 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB601
Prof. Jane LU
China Europe International Business School
MIDS Political Turnover and Cross-border Acquisitions of Chinese Films
8 October 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Prof. Zhen ZHANG
Arizona State University
MIDS Getting Ahead, Getting Along, and Getting Prosocial: Examining Extraversion Facets, Peer Reactions, and Leadership Emergence
6 September 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Dr Guoli CHEN
INSEAD
MIDS Diversity Cascades: How Boards Influence Invention Performance
22 November 2018
15:00-16:30
WLB602
Ms. Siting WANG
University of Illinois at Chicago
MGNT The Impact of Leaders' Initial Impressions of Newcomers' Socialization: A Perspective of LMX Development
1 November 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Dr Shoonchul SHIN
Western University Ivey Business School
MGNT Institutional Logics in Coporate Governance: Attributing for Poor Performance and Insider versus Outsider CEO Succession in Large U.S. Firms, 1960-2007
25 October 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Mr. Saehee KANG
Rutgers University
MGNT What Do You Mean When You Pay for Performance? Conditional Effects of Pay-for-Performance on Employee' Collective Job Satisfaction and Organizational Performance
19 October 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB917
Dr Alex MAKAREVICH
ESADE Business School
MGNT Organizational Status and the Adoption of New, Norm-deviant Organizational Practices: A Theory of Status Cementation and an Empirical Investigation
16 October 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Mr. Toby LI
Rice University
MGNT Pay to Play: Examining the Consequences of Making Unilateral Relationship-Specific Investments
11 October 2018
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Mr. Qi ZHU
Arizona State University
MGNT Why Do Some New CEOs make More Strategic Changes Then Others? The Influence of Prior Board Experience
Semester 2, 2018-19
Date & Venue Speaker Type Topic
1 August 2019
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Prof. Pierpaolo ANDRIANI
Kedge Business School, France
MIDS Unused Services of a Firm's Resources: A Penrosian View of Shadow Options
3 June 2019
14:30-16:00
WLB602
Prof. Zeki SIMSEK
Clemson University, South Carolina, USA
MIDS Founder Pre-Entry Experience and New Venture Innovation Over Time: An Examination of Multiple Paths
30 May 2019
14:30-16:00
WLB917
Dr. David H. ZHU
Arizona State University
MGNT Too Busy to Wonder? CEO Job Demands and Firm Innovation
9 May 2019
11:00-12:00
WLB917
Dr. dt OGILVIE
Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
MGNT Teaching Creativity, Entrepreneurship, New Venture Creation, & Technology Commercialization
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