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  • Dr. Cheung Siu Yin Sally 張小燕博士

    BBA U of Houston, MBA U of Houston, MScSHRM HKBU, PhD HKUST
    Head of Global Business and Marketing cum Associate Professor
    Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration
    Tel: 27686157

    Biography

    Dr. Cheung obtained her B.B.A. and M.B.A. from University of Houston, U.S., and subsequently M.Sc. in Strategic Human Resources Management from Hong Kong Baptist University and Ph.D. in Management of Organizations from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

    Professional and Continuing Education (LiPACE) of this University.  After working in LiPACE for about one year, she moved on to join Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU).  As an Assistant Professor at HKBU, she had accumulated her teaching and academic research experiences. She also took up  administrative roles such as Associate Programme Director of B.Com. in Human Resources Management, and Assistant Director of Centre for Human Resources Strategy and Development.  In September 2019, she re-joined this University as Assistant Professor.

    Apart from her academic and administration experiences, Dr. Cheung published a number of papers in internationally reputable journals.  Some of her publications appeared in FT 50, which comprises the top 50 business journals in the world.  Her major research interests include organizational behavior, workplace creativity and innovation, and mindfulness. In addition, she obtained a number of awards such as Scholarly Impact Award 2017 at Journal of Management (ABDC: A*).

     

     

     

    Teaching Areas & Research Interests

    • Organizational Behavior
    • Workplace Creativity and Innovation
    • Mindfulness

    Selected Publications

    Journal Articles

    • Cheung, S. Y., Huang, G. H., Chang, S. and Wei, L. (In press). Does being mindful make people more creative at work? The role of creative process engagement and perceived leader humility. Organization Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
    • Gong, Y., Wang, M., Huang, J. C., & Cheung, S. Y. (2017). Toward a new feedback-seeking typology: Implications for employee performance outcomes. Journal of Management, 43: 1234-1260. doi: 10.1177/0149206314551797
    • Cheung, S. Y., Gong, Y., Wang, M., Zhou, L., & Shi, J. (2016). When and how does functional diversity influence team innovation? The mediating role of knowledge sharing and the moderation role of affect-based trust in a team. Human Relations, 69: 1507-1531.
    • Cheung, S. Y., Gong, Y., & Huang, J. C. (2016). Emotional intelligence, job insecurity and psychological strain among real estate agents: A test of mediation and moderation models. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27: 2673-2694.
    • Gong, Y., Cheung, S. Y. (equal contribution), Wang, M., & Huang, J. C. (2012). Unfolding the proactive process for creativity: Integration of the employee proactivity, information exchange, and psychological safety perspectives. Journal of Management, 38: 1611-1633.
    • Takeuchi, R., Chen, Z., & Cheung, S. Y. (2012). Applying uncertainty management theory to employee voice behavior: An integrative investigation. Personnel Psychology, 65: 283-323.
    • Gong, Y., Song, C., & Cheung, S. Y. (2010). High performance work systems and collective OCB: A collective social exchange perspective. Human Resource Management Journal, 20: 119-137.

    Selected Professional & Community Services

      Modified Date: Sep 01, 2020
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      Dr. Cheung Siu Yin Sally 張小燕博士

      BBA U of Houston, MBA U of Houston, MScSHRM HKBU, PhD HKUST

      Head of Global Business and Marketing cum Associate Professor
      Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration

      Email: sycheung@ouhk.edu.hk
      Tel: 27686157

      Biography

      Dr. Cheung obtained her B.B.A. and M.B.A. from University of Houston, U.S., and subsequently M.Sc. in Strategic Human Resources Management from Hong Kong Baptist University and Ph.D. in Management of Organizations from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

      Professional and Continuing Education (LiPACE) of this University.  After working in LiPACE for about one year, she moved on to join Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU).  As an Assistant Professor at HKBU, she had accumulated her teaching and academic research experiences. She also took up  administrative roles such as Associate Programme Director of B.Com. in Human Resources Management, and Assistant Director of Centre for Human Resources Strategy and Development.  In September 2019, she re-joined this University as Assistant Professor.

      Apart from her academic and administration experiences, Dr. Cheung published a number of papers in internationally reputable journals.  Some of her publications appeared in FT 50, which comprises the top 50 business journals in the world.  Her major research interests include organizational behavior, workplace creativity and innovation, and mindfulness. In addition, she obtained a number of awards such as Scholarly Impact Award 2017 at Journal of Management (ABDC: A*).

       

       

       

      Teaching Areas & Research Interests

      • Organizational Behavior
      • Workplace Creativity and Innovation
      • Mindfulness

      Selected Publications

      Journal Articles

      • Cheung, S. Y., Huang, G. H., Chang, S. and Wei, L. (In press). Does being mindful make people more creative at work? The role of creative process engagement and perceived leader humility. Organization Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
      • Gong, Y., Wang, M., Huang, J. C., & Cheung, S. Y. (2017). Toward a new feedback-seeking typology: Implications for employee performance outcomes. Journal of Management, 43: 1234-1260. doi: 10.1177/0149206314551797
      • Cheung, S. Y., Gong, Y., Wang, M., Zhou, L., & Shi, J. (2016). When and how does functional diversity influence team innovation? The mediating role of knowledge sharing and the moderation role of affect-based trust in a team. Human Relations, 69: 1507-1531.
      • Cheung, S. Y., Gong, Y., & Huang, J. C. (2016). Emotional intelligence, job insecurity and psychological strain among real estate agents: A test of mediation and moderation models. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27: 2673-2694.
      • Gong, Y., Cheung, S. Y. (equal contribution), Wang, M., & Huang, J. C. (2012). Unfolding the proactive process for creativity: Integration of the employee proactivity, information exchange, and psychological safety perspectives. Journal of Management, 38: 1611-1633.
      • Takeuchi, R., Chen, Z., & Cheung, S. Y. (2012). Applying uncertainty management theory to employee voice behavior: An integrative investigation. Personnel Psychology, 65: 283-323.
      • Gong, Y., Song, C., & Cheung, S. Y. (2010). High performance work systems and collective OCB: A collective social exchange perspective. Human Resource Management Journal, 20: 119-137.

      Selected Professional & Community Services

        Modified Date: Sep 01, 2020
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