Chak, Almaz Man-kuen

BBA, MA (CityU); DBA (Macquarie)

Lecturer

Contact

Department of Management

Room 834, 8/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong

+852 3943 7651

almaz@baf.cuhk.edu.hk

Biography

Dr. Almaz Chak is currently the Academic Advisor for the Management of International Business (MIB) Concentration for the Department of Management at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). She is also responsible for teaching Global Strategy, Global Enterprise Management, Issues in Business and Introduction to International Business, a required course for all IBBA undergraduates.

Apart from undergraduate teaching, Dr. Chak has been invited to teach postgraduate courses offered by APIB. She has been awarded 4 “best-teacher” awards by APIB. She has also been a nominee for the Exemplary GE teacher at CUHK in 2012.

Apart from her teaching duties, Dr. Chak also published papers in journals including Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Management Learning, Journal of International Business Education and Human Resources Management Journal.

Her book titled The Essence of Globalisation was first released in 2011. She also co-authored three books named The Essence of Management, The Essence of Business and The Essence of Strategy in 2007-2009.

She acted as the principal investigator on teaching and learning development projects and has received a total of HK$530,000 research grant on international business education in 2009-2012.

Teaching Area

International Business
Strategic Management
innovative Management

Research Interest

Learning
Business Ethics
Internationalisation

  • Grants
    • Principal Investigator, “An exploratory instrument in measuring the effectiveness of exchange programs and internship under the framework of outcome based approach (OBA), UGC Teaching and Development Grants Awards, 2009-2012
    • Principal Investigator, “A study on student-centered learning focusing on effective teaching approaches in undergraduate courses offered by Faculty of Business Administration”, UGC Teaching and Development Grants Awards, 2009-2011