What Does Diversity Mean to Chinese Employees?

Prof. Dora Lau, Department of Management, CUHK Business School

In Western technology industry, diversity is seen as a way to promote innovation. What does diversity mean to Chinese companies and how diversified are they?



Why Do Some People Switch Jobs More Frequently Than Others? The Interplay of Genetic and Environment Influences on Job Satisfaction

Prof. Li Wendong, Department of Management, CUHK Business School

While some of us are happy to stay in our jobs for life, others find it hard to stick to even one. What makes us feel satisfied with our jobs? Is it the environment or it is us?

From Knowledge to Impact: How Hong Kong Can Contribute to Innovation-Driven Economy

Mr. Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation | 3 comments

It’s time for Hong Kong to diversify its economy and fuel the development of innovation, Mr. Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation urges.

The Battle of Ownership in Chinese Enterprises: The Case of Vanke

Prof. Zhang Tianyu, Director of Center for Institutions and Governance, CUHK Business School | 1 comments

The ownership war between Vanke and Baoneng Group has highlighted corporate governance problems in Chinese firms

Disruption: The New Norm?

Prof. Arnoud De Meyer, President, Singapore Management University | 5 comments

Accelerating automisation and increasing lifespans are creating disruptions to existing economic and education models. How can governments and industry address the resulting upheavals?

Positioning Your Business for Success

Ms. Crystal Chan, Founder of Pink Pink Wine | 18 comments

Finding a niche market and shifting strategy are keys to success for entrepreneurs

Make Our Country Great Again: A Case Study on Fuyao Glass

Prof. Hugh Thomas, Center for Entrepreneurship, CUHK Business School | 13 comments

What we can learn from the world’s most profitable auto glass manufacturer

Embracing the Trend of Banking Digitalization

Mr. Sebastian Paredes, CEO of DBS Bank(Hong Kong) Limited | 13 comments

To stay on top of the era of digitalization, DBS Bank has transformed itself into a digital bank and stayed competitive with technology giants

The Visible Hand in China's Economy: How Political Forces Shape Cost Behavior in Chinese Firms

Prof. Wu Donghui and Prof. Gu Zhaoyang, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 12 comments

The study is the first to look at how political incentives motivate Chinese officials to intervene in the operation of SOEs

Chinese Company Shareholders Revolt Against Communist Control

Prof. Zhang Tianyu, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 12 comments

Tianjin Realty vote shows the need for new oversight mechanisms at state companies


Overqualification denotes situations in which job incumbents have higher qualifications than those required for the job. Drawing on the self-regulatory perspective, we proposed that employees' perception of overqualification positively affects their proactive behavior through the mechanism of role-breadth self-efficacy and that this indirect effect is moderated by employees' goal orientations. 

Prof. Kenneth Law
Department of Management

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