Position/s

Associate Professor
Flinders Business School

Biography

Pi-Shen Seet is Associate Professor in Management at Flinders Business School.

Before, he was Senior Lecturer at University of Adelaide's Business School and taught MBA/MCommerce courses on Entrepreneurship, Organisation Behaviour and Leadershipwhere he was awarded The Scott Henderson Award for Excellence in Learning & Teaching.

A PPE (Philosophy, Politics & Economics) graduate from Oxford University, he completed his PhD at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge where he taught on undergraduates and postgraduate courses. He is visiting scholar at the Nanyang Technopreneurship Centre, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore and is part of Adelaide University based Family Business Education and Research Group.

He spent more than 13 years as an Army officer in the Singapore Armed Forces and was lead Project Officer in the NTU Business Process Review and consulted on UK Higher Education Innovation Fund projects and is still active in his family's business.

Qualifications

MA (Oxon), MDefSt(Canberra), MBA (SQld), PhD (Cantab), GradCertEd HigherEd (Adel)

Honours, awards and grants

Prizes

  • 2013 Flinders University Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning “For leadership and innovation in experiential learning experiences with Work-Integrated Learning using collaborative projects with industry.”

  • 2012 Academy of Management Annual Meeting Best Paper Proceedings - Jones, Zalan, Seet, "Exploring Organisational Form Divergence among Professional Service Firms in the Healthcare Sector" [Runner-Up for Best Paper, Healthcare Management Division]
  • 2012 Best Paper, International Conference on Management, Hospitality & Tourism, and Accounting, Jakarta, Indonesia - Ahmad, Nasurdin, Halim, Seet "Silver Entrepreneurship Agenda in Malaysia: A Proposed Model for Productive Aging." 
  • 2011 South Australian Auditor General's Prize for Research and Publishing.
  • 2010-2011 AVCAL Private Equity Research Prize - Seet, Graves "Exploring Opportunities for Private Equity Investment in Family Enterprises"
  • 2010 IFERA Annual Conference Best Research Paper Award - Graves, Seet "Attitudes towards Private Equity amongst SMEs: Does Family matter?"
  • 2008/09 The Scott Henderson Award for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Business School, Adelaide University.
  • 2007 Best Paper Award for Scholarship and Rigour, 7th International Entrepreneurship Forum, Fudan University, Shanghai- "Dilemma-Reconciliation as an Entrepreneurial Dynamic Capability - A Study Of Singapore's Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurs"
  • 2003 Team Leader of winning team, A.T. Kearney / Judge Business School's Business Plan Competition
  • 2003 Merit Award -"Manoeuvre Warfare: Lessons from the Boardroom for the Battlefield", SAF Chief of Defence Force (CDF) Paper Competition
  • 2002 Best Paper Award -"Transformational Change - Strategies for the Singapore Army", SAF Chief of Army Paper Competition
  • 2002 Merit Award - "A Culture for Transformational Change - Strategies for the SAF", SAF CDF Paper Competition
  • 2001 Best Paper Award - "The Revolution in Military Affairs for the Singapore Armed Forces" , SAF CDF Paper Competition
  • 2000 Best Paper Award - "The Manoeuvrist Approach for the Singapore Armed Forces." , SAF CDF Paper Competition

Further Information: http://flinders.edu.au/people/pi-shen.seet#further_info

Key responsibilities

Research Higher Degrees Coordinator, Flinders Business School
Member, Managing in the Professions Accelerator Research Group, Flinders Business School

Teaching interests

Pi-Shen teaches on management courses on the MBA and Bachelor of Business programs at the Flinders Business School.  He is a member of the School Education Committee.  He has also coordinated the Business Research Methods topic and other research-related topics. He has a passion for experiential learning and integrating teaching, research and practice.  In 2013, he awarded the Flinders University Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning – “For leadership and innovation in experiential learning experiences with Work-Integrated Learning using collaborative projects with industry.”  While at Adelaide University, he also taught MBA courses in Entrepreneurship, Managing Contemporary Organisations, Fundamentals of Leadership and the Master of Commerce course, Strategic Compensation Management.  He was awarded The Scott Henderson Award for Excellence in Learning and Teaching by the Business School, University of Adelaide.  More recently, he was nominated by the Faculty of the Professions for the inaugural 2009 University of Adelaide Excellence in Education Awards.

Topic Coordinator:

Topic Lecturer:

Research expertise

  • Applied business research
  • Applied ethics
  • Business and management
  • Health services research
  • Other commerce, management, tourism and services
  • Other education
  • Policy and administration

Research interests

His current research and consulting interests include exploring how entrepreneurs/ managers overcome leadership, cultural, institutional, and commercial dilemmas as they seek to grow their new ventures or transform their existing organisations. He has won awards for his publications on the interface between technology, military policy and commercial strategy and technology, interest areas that he picked up while attending the Australian Army Command and Staff College.

He has supervised 2 PhD/ 2 honours students to completion in the areas of venture capital decision-making and the role of adaptive change and dynamic capabilities in high performing firms.  He is currently supervising 5 PhD/ 3 honours students who are conducting research into returnee professionals, corporate environmental reporting, board decision making, business education, working across cultures and organisational change (see further information section attachment).  

He, together with Dr Chris Graves from Adelaide University, secured funding from CPA Australia as part of its competitive Small Business Research Grant scheme. The grant, of which, he was chief investigator, saw research into understanding the barriers to and opportunities for access to private equity for small-to-medium sized family-owned enterprises. In the lead up to the full publication of the report, through advice by the CPA, their report was also accepted by the Commonwealth Government's Senate Economics Committee's Inquiry into Access of Small Business to Finance in 2010 with a follow-on submission to the Joint Parliamentary inquiry into family businesses in Australia in 2012.  The original full report is available on the CPA Australia website. A shorter article has been published in the regular CPA Australia "In The Black" publication and also reported in the Flinders Journal.  The research has been awarded prizes by AVCAL and the International Family Enterprise Research Academy.

Supervisory interests

  • Academic leadership and management
  • Business studies
  • Corporate innovation
  • Creative cultures
  • Cross-cultural differences in business ethics
  • Educational and organisational innovation
  • Entrepeneural competency
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Innovation and enterprise
  • Innovation and technology management
  • Innovative teaching
  • International business
  • International business environment, Asian region
  • Professional learning, innovative school
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Talent management

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : Business and Management (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Business and Management (5) ;

Completion

Associate supervisor : Business and Management (2) ;

RHD Student Achievements

  • Nga Ho
    Flinders University 3 Mintute Thesis Competition - Runner Up - September 2012
  • Kathy Rao
    Flinders University 3 Mintute Thesis Competition - Finalist - August 2013

Publications

  • Seet, P. and Graves, C. (2013). Inter-generational transitions of Small-to-Medium-Sized Family-owned -Enterprises (SMFEs) using Private Equity - What China can learn from the Australian experience. In Curtis Andressen and Shu Ping, ed. The Political Economy of Sino-Australia Trade. Adelaide: Flinders University Press, pp. 87-112.
  • Seet, P. and ahmad, N. (2009). Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies Through Dilemma Reconciliation. In Christine R. Velde, ed. International perspectives on competence in the workplace Implications for research policy and practice. Germany: Springer, pp. 139-157.
    [10.1007/978-1-4020-8754-7_8] [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. and Graves, C. (2010). Understanding the Barriers to and Opportunities for Access to Private Equity for Small to Medium sized Family ownded Enterprises (SMFEs) Melbourne, Australia: CPA Australia.
  • Jones, J.T., Zalan, T. and Seet, P. (2012). Exploring Organisational Form Divergence among Professional Service Firms in the Healthcare Sector. In Academy of Management Proceedings: 2012 (Meeting Abstract Supplement) Boston, USA: Academy of Management. Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.
    [10.5465/AMBPP.2012.254]
  • Seet, P. (2010). Inter-generational transitions of Small-to-Medium-Sized Family-owned-Enterprises (SMFEs) using Private Equity - What China can learn from the Australian experience. In Nankai-Flinders Conference. Nankai-Flinders Conference 2010.
  • Xia, Z., Lindsay, N., Seet, P. and Goodman, S. (2010). Do Cultural Norms, Customs, and Traditions Matter? An Exploratory Study of Venture Capitalist Decision Preferences in China, In Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research volume 30. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC) (9-10 June 2010)
    [Web Link]
  • Koh, H., Hubbard, G., Seet, P. and Tan, J. (2008). Achieving high growth and high performance simultaneously: The strategic implementation roles of adaptive culture and proactive capabilities. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings 2008. Academy of Management. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. Anaheim, CA, USA. Aug 2008.
  • Seet, P. and Cole, T. (2008). Aggression, violent sport media, crowding and alcohol: A case of bad CSR. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings 2008. Academy of Management. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. Anaheim, California. Aug 2008.
  • Seet, P. (2007). Dilemma-reconciliation as an entrepreneurial dynamic capability - a study of Singapore's knowledge-based entrepreneurs. In Proceedings of the International Entrepreneurship Forum 7th International Conference. IEF International Conference. Shanghai, China.
  • Seet, L., Seet, P. and Hampden-Turner, C. (2006). Conceptualising the entrepreneurial process in Confucian societies - A paradoxical perspective. In Proceedings of the China Symposium for Entrepreneurship Research and Education. China Symposium for Entrepreneurship Research and Education. Tianjin PR China. Apr 2006.
  • Seet, P. and Seet, L. (2006). Making Singapore University graduates more entrepreneurial: Has entrepreneurship education helped? In ICSB World Conference 2006. International Council for Small Business World Conference. Melbourne. Jun 2006.
  • Seet, P. and Hampden-Turner, C. (2005). Technocrats and Technopreneurs - Power paradoxes in Singapore's national Innovation System. In Proceedings of the 4th International Critical Management Studies Conference. International Critical Management Studies Conference. Cambridge, UK. Jul 2005.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. and graves, C. (2010). Keeping it in the family. In the Black, 8 pp. 56-56.
  • Seet, P. (2008). The Creativity Paradox. Monash Business Review, 4(1) pp. 25-26.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2010). Submission to the Commonwealth Government's Senate Economics Committee's Inquiry into Access of Small Business to Finance.
    [Web Link]
  • Situ, H., Tilt, C., Seet, P. and Smith, M. (2013). Understanding the Chinese Government's Influence on Corporate Environmental Reporting Among Chinese Firms. In K Kokubu, N Sawabe & M Sakaue, ed. The 7th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference Proceedings. Kobe, Japan: University of Kobe. 7th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference. Kobe, Japan. Jul 2013.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2012). Enhancing Competitive Advantage and Business Growth among Malaysian Women Entrepreneurs: The Role of Entrepreneurial Competencies. In 2012 Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research and DIANA Conference. Brisbane, QLD: Queensland University of Technology. The Joint ACERE-DIANA International Entrepreneurship Conference. Fremantle, WA. Feb 2012.
  • Zia, Z., Lindsay, N. and Seet, P. (2010). Effectual logic in early-stage venture capital decision-making. In Proceedings of the 24th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference (ANZAM) Adelaide, SA: ANZAM. ANZAM 2010. Adelaide, SA. Dec 2010.
  • Xia, Z., Seet, P., Goodman, S. and Lindsay, N. (2010). Venture capitalists' decision preferences in China: A best-worst choice modelling approach. In Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneuship Research 2010. Sunshine Coast, QLD: University of the Sunshine Coast. 7th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange. Sunshine Coast, QLD. Feb 2010.
    [Web Link]
  • Graves, C. and Seet, P. (2010). Attitudes towards Private Equity amongst SMEs: Does Family Matter? In IFERA World Family Business Research Conference. Lancaster, UK: Lancaster University Management School. 10th Annual IFERA World Family Business Research Conference. Lancaster, UK. Jul 2010.
    [Web Link]
  • Koh, H., Hubbard, G., Seet, P. and Tan, J. (2009). External intelligence capability as a dynamic capability for achieving superior organizational performance. In Proceedings of the 23rd ANZAM Conference 2009. Monash University. ANZAM Conference (23rd : 2009 : Melbourne, Australia) Melbourne. Dec 2009, pp. 2-22.
  • Graves, C. and Seet, P. (2009). The use of private equity amongst family-controlled enterprises: Theoretical possibility vs. practical reality? In LM Gillin, ed. Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2009. Melbourne, VIC: Swinburne University of Technology. 6th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange. Adelaide, SA. Feb 2009, pp. 151-162.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P., Graves, C. and Tan, W. (2009). Engaging with Private Equity - a Multiple Case Study of Chinese Small-to-Medium-Sized Family-owned Enterprises (SMFEs) in Singapore. In P Poutziouris, ed. Global Perspectives on Family Business Developments: Theory - Practice - Policy. Madrid, Spain: IFERA. 9 th IFERA World Family Business Research Conference. Limassol, Cyprus. Jun 2009.
    [Web Link]
  • Xia, Z., Seet, P. and Goodman, S. (2008). Best-worst scaling: What it can do for research into venture capital decision-making. In SMU EDGE Conference. Singapore: Singapore Management University. SMU EDGE Conference. Singapore Management University, Singapore. Jul 2008.
  • Seet, P., Graves, C., Hadji, M., Schnackenberg, A. and Gustafson, P. (2008). Understanding the barriers to and opportunities for access to private equity among small-to-medium-sized family-owned enterprise (SMFE) owners in Australia: An exploratory study. In L. M. Gillin, ed. Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2008: Proceedings of the 5th International AGSE Entrepreneurship Research Exchange. Melbourne, VIC: Swinburne Univeristy of Technology. 5th International AGSE Entrepreneurship Research Exchange. Melbourne, VIC. Feb 2008, pp. 923-935.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. and Kangaslahti, V. (2008). Reconciling the purpose versus serendipity paradox in entrepreneurship. In Proceedings of UIC Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship. UIC Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Stockholm, Sweden. Jun 2008.
    [Web Link]
  • Ahmad, N. and Seet, P. (2008). Exploring Behaviours Associated with Business Failure: A Comparative Study of SME Founder-Owners in Australia and Malaysia. In Proceedings from The 5th Annual AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange. Fifth Annual International AGSE Entrepreneurship Research Exchange.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2008). Working in culturally diverse groups: How to enhance the learning experience of MBA students. In Proceeding of the International Conference on Educational Leadership in Cultural Diversity and Globalisation. International Conference on Educational Leadership in Cultural Diversity and Globalisation. Phuket, Thailand. Apr 2008.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P., Graves, C., Schnackenberg, A., Gustafson, P., Hadji, M. and Tan, W.L. (2007). Knowledge and perception gaps between private equity and small-to-medium-sized family-owned enterprises (SMFES) - an exploratory study. In Proceedings of the International Entrepreneurship Forum (IEF) 7th International Conference. IEF International Conference. Shanghai, China. Aug 2007.
    [Web Link]
  • Koh, H., Hubbard, G. and Seet, P. (2007). Understanding fast growth and high performance: An examination into the role of culture capabilities and intelligence in strategy implementation. In C Ross, ed. Managing our intellectual and social capital: Proceedings of the 21st ANZAM Conference, 4-7 December 2007, Sofitel Wentworth, Sydney. Canning Bridge, WA: Promaco Conventions. 2007 Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference. Sydney, NSW. Dec 2007.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P., Ahmad, N. and Seet, L. (2006). Changing entrepreneurial perceptions and developing entrepreneurial competencies through entrepreneurship education: Evidence from Singapore's tertiary education institutions. In ABBSA Conference Proceedings (2006 : Adelaide, Aust.) Adelaide: University of Adelaide. Australasian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association Conference. Adelaide. Sep 2006.
    [Web Link]
  • Hubbard, G. and Seet, P. (2006). Where culture meets strategy: towards an integrated theory for fast-growing organisations. In 20th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference. The Australian and New Zealand academy of management (ANZAM) conference. Rockhampton, Queensland. Dec 2006.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2006). Entrepreneurship and education in Singapore. In 3rd AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, 3rd AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange Conference. Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 705-707.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2006). Understanding the entrepreneurial process - a paradoxical perspective. In ABBSA Conference Proceedings. Second Australasian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association International Conference. Adelaide. Sep 2006.
    [Web Link]
  • Tharenou, P. and Seet, P. (2014). China's reverse brain drain: Regaining and retaining talent. International Studies of Management and Organization, 44(2) pp. 55-75.
    [10.2753/IMO00020-8825440203]
  • Jones, J., Whitaker, M., Seet, P. and Parkin, J. (2012). Talent management in practice in Australia: individualistic or strategic? An exploratory study. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 50(4) pp. 399-420.
    [10.1111/j.1744-7941.2012.00036.x] [Scopus]
  • Ahmad, N., Nasurdin, A., Halim, H. and Seet, P. (2012). Silver Entrepreneurship Agenda in Malaysia: A Proposed Model for Productive Aging. The Winners: Economics, Business Management, and Information System Journal, 13(1) pp. 1-8.
  • Seet, P., Graves, C., Hadji, M., Schnackenberg, A. and Gustafson, P. (2010). The effect of finance, knowledge and empathy gaps on the use of private equity amongst family-owned SMEs. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 11(1) pp. 85-104.
    [10.1504/IJESB.2010.034434] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2010). Conceptualising the entrepreneurial process using Chinese classics: a paradoxical perspective. International Journal of Business and Systems Research, 4(5/6) pp. 541-564.
    [10.1504/IJBSR.2010.035074]
  • Burgess, T., Crocombe, L., Kelly, J. and Seet, P. (2009). The Effect of Cultural Background on the Academic Adjustment of First Year Dental Students. ergo: The Journal of the Education Research Group of Adelaide, 1(2) pp. 5-14.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2009). Power Paradoxes in National Innovation Systems - An Exploratory Study among Singapores Technocrats and Technopreneurs. International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy, 5(4) pp. 260-276.
    [10.1504/IJFIP.2009.026403] [10.1504/IJFIP.2009.026403] [Scopus]
  • Seet, P., Ahmad, N. and Seet, L. (2008). Singapore's Female Entrepreneurs - Are They Different? International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 5(3/4) pp. 257-271.
    [10.1504/IJESB.2008.017303] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2008). Dilemma-Reconciliation as an Entrepreneurial Dynamic Capability - A Study of Singapores Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurs. R & D Management, 20(1) pp. 11-17.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2007). RECONCILING ENTREPRENEURIAL DILEMMAS - A CASE STUDY OF A HUAQIAO ENTREPRENEUR IN CHINA. Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 3(3) pp. 74-81.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. and Seet, L. (2006). Changing Entrepreneurial Perceptions and Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies through Experiential Learning: Evidence from Entrepreneurship Education in Singapore's Tertiary Education Institutions. Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 2(2) pp. 162-191.
    [Web Link]
  • Tharenou, P. and Seet, P. (2014). China's reverse brain drain: Regaining and retaining talent. International Studies of Management and Organization, 44(2) pp. 55-75.
    [10.2753/IMO00020-8825440203]
  • Ahmad, N., Nasurdin, A., Halim, H. and Seet, P. (2012). Silver Entrepreneurship Agenda in Malaysia: A Proposed Model for Productive Aging. The Winners: Economics, Business Management, and Information System Journal, 13(1) pp. 1-8.
  • Jones, J., Whitaker, M., Seet, P. and Parkin, J. (2012). Talent management in practice in Australia: individualistic or strategic? An exploratory study. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 50(4) pp. 399-420.
    [10.1111/j.1744-7941.2012.00036.x] [Scopus]
  • Seet, P. (2010). Conceptualising the entrepreneurial process using Chinese classics: a paradoxical perspective. International Journal of Business and Systems Research, 4(5/6) pp. 541-564.
    [10.1504/IJBSR.2010.035074]
  • Seet, P., Graves, C., Hadji, M., Schnackenberg, A. and Gustafson, P. (2010). The effect of finance, knowledge and empathy gaps on the use of private equity amongst family-owned SMEs. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 11(1) pp. 85-104.
    [10.1504/IJESB.2010.034434] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2009). Power Paradoxes in National Innovation Systems - An Exploratory Study among Singapores Technocrats and Technopreneurs. International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy, 5(4) pp. 260-276.
    [10.1504/IJFIP.2009.026403] [10.1504/IJFIP.2009.026403] [Scopus]
  • Burgess, T., Crocombe, L., Kelly, J. and Seet, P. (2009). The Effect of Cultural Background on the Academic Adjustment of First Year Dental Students. ergo: The Journal of the Education Research Group of Adelaide, 1(2) pp. 5-14.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. (2008). Dilemma-Reconciliation as an Entrepreneurial Dynamic Capability - A Study of Singapores Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurs. R & D Management, 20(1) pp. 11-17.
    [Web Link]
  • Seet, P., Ahmad, N. and Seet, L. (2008). Singapore's Female Entrepreneurs - Are They Different? International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 5(3/4) pp. 257-271.
    [10.1504/IJESB.2008.017303] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Seet, P. and ahmad, N. (2009). Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies Through Dilemma Reconciliation. In Christine R. Velde, ed. International perspectives on competence in the workplace Implications for research policy and practice. Germany: Springer, pp. 139-157.
    [10.1007/978-1-4020-8754-7_8] [Web Link]

Professional and community engagement

Policy and Community Engagement
Pi-Shen has been active in the policy arena. In 2007, he was a member of the South Australian Government's Office of Youth 'A Team' on the Adelaide Thinker in Residence Program.  This involved Professor Dennis Jaffee, the 'Thinker in Residence' on family business.  He represented Flinders University as one of the partners of the 'Manufacturing 'Thinker in Residence', Professor Goran Roos, in 2011.

Pi-Shen is especially active in helping and consulting start-ups and SMEs with business planning and development. As leader of the winning team in the 2003 A.T. Kearney-Judge Business School business plan competition, he continues to advice potential managers and entrepreneurs on new venture creation strategies. Since 2007, he has been mentoring student teams in the University of Adelaide's Entrepreneurs' Challenge competition, a few of which have reached the semi-finals and finals stages. Pi-Shen has also helped to start up a science education consultancy that focuses on developing science education programs for children as well as creative teaching and life science education courses for professional educators.

In 2010, he was involved in the delivery of the Copland Program in Adelaide for senior business and economic policy leaders in South Australia organised by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA).

He is currently member of the Venture Dorm advisory committee and also on the Flinders University-Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) committee

Professional Associations
Academy of Management (USA); Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM); International Council for Small Business (Australian/ New Zealand Chapter); Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI); Temasek Society (Singapore)

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • Asia
  • Business, economics and finance
  • Human resources
  • Professions
  • South-East Asia
  • Strategic planning
  • Work

Interests

  • New venture creation; Corporate Innovation; Social Entrepreneurship; Creative Cultures; Organisation Behaviour; Leadership; Managerial Paradoxes

Contact

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Phone: +61 8 82012840
Email:
Location: Law Commerce (3.69)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Further information

Selected scholarships and other awards

  • 2011 Chinese Academy of Social Science-Flinders University exchange scholar program
  • 2009 Nominated by the Faculty of the Professions for 2009 University of Adelaide Excellence in Education Awards
  • 2008 Kauffman Foundation - American Marketing Academy (AMA) Scholarship
  • 2006 Qantas Researcher Travel Support Award for Early Career Researchers
Selected Visiting Positions
  • 2012 Visiting scholar, Sino-Foreign Family Business Research Centre, School of Management & Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology
  • 2011 Visiting scholar, Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS)
Selected Grants
  • 2013 Australian Cooperative Research Council (CRC) for Remote Economic Participation (Ninti One) - 'Art Economies: Out of Place and Out of their Comfort Zone: Understanding the Challenges of Recruitment, Work and Retention of Workers from outside the non-Indigenous community in Remote Australia'
  • 2012-2013 Malaysian Ministry of Education Exploratory Research Grant Scheme - 'Toward an Integrated Model of Silver Entrepreneurship Success: Exploring the Entrepreneurial Factors and the Ecosystem for Productive Aging'
  • 2011-2012 Southern Knowledge Transfer Partnership - Knowledge Exchange Grant - 'Leveraging on the Adelaide Thinkers-In-Residence (ATIR) Scheme to Enhance Relationships and Alliances between Flinders University, Community, Industry, and Government in the Southern Adelaide Region' (Category 2)
  • 2007-2011 CPA-Australia Small Business Research Grant - 'Understanding the Barriers to and Opportunities for Access to Private Equity: For Small-to-Medium-sized Family-owned Enterprises (SMFEs)' (Category 3)
Keynote Speaker/ Delegation Leader/ Panel Member
  • 2013 In Conversation with series, Australia Alumni Singapore
  • 2012 Public Talk on Exploring Knowledge Transfer Pathways between Universities and Innovative SMEs, Universiti Sains Malaysia
  • 2012 International Symposium on Sustainable Management of Family Businesses: Theory, Practice and Policy, Beijing Institute of Technology
  • 2012 Sino-Australia Forum: CASS, Beijing.
  • 2011 Chinese Western Returned Scholars Association's Current Issues Series, 'Entrepreneurial Experience and Social Entrepreneurship', Beijing, China.
  • 2010 Sino-Australian Symposium on Family Businesses, Nankai University, Tianjin, China

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