Seminar List 2003

January, 2003

January 6, 2003
Dr. Hillary Anger Elfenbein, Harvard University
Accuracy in Communicating Emotion in the Workplace: A Field Research Investigation

January 9, 2003
Mr. Riki Takeuchi, University of Maryland
Multi-Theoretical Perspective on Expatriate Adjustment

February, 2003

February 27, 2003
Ms. Gwendolyn Lee, University of California, Berkeley
The Significance of Capability Distribution in the Race to Enter Emerging Markets

February 24, 2003
Miss Christina Fang, University of Pennsylvania
Strategy as Valuation

February 12, 2003
Miss Monica Yang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Variation and Evolution of Organizational Forms

February 11, 2003
Ms. Bilian Ni Sullivan, Stanford University
Rivals but not Always: Problems and Rule Generation in the U.S. Airline Industry

March, 2003

March 28, 2003
Prof. James Lincoln, University of California, Berkeley
The Permeability of Network Boundaries: Strategic Alliances and Keiretsu Alignments in the Japanese Electronics Industry

March 14, 2003
Prof. Anne Tsui, HKUST
Unpacking the Relationship between Executive Leadership Behavior and Organizational Culture

October, 2003

October 6, 2003
Prof. David B. Balkin, University of Colorado-Boulder
CEO Incentives for Innovation and Performance in Health Sciences Firms

October 13, 2003
Prof. George Graen, University of Louisiana
Dealing with Diversity

October 31, 2003
Dr. Heli Wang, HKUST
Firm Resources and Organizational

November, 2003

November 7, 2003
Dr. Tai Young Kim, HKUST
Scope, Crowding, and Focused Identity: Impact on Innovation and Position Change of U.S. Automobile Manufacturers, 1885 - 1981

November 14, 2003
Dr. Yaping Gong, HKUST
A Longitudinal Examination of Relationships among Goal Orientation, Self-Efficacy, Cross-Cultural Adjustment, and Performance

December, 2003

December 5, 2003
Dr. Margaret Shaffer, Hong Kong Baptist University
You can take it with you: Individual differences and expatriate effectiveness

December 3, 2003
Dr. Jeroen Kuilman, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Social Memory, Identity and Re-emerging Networks: Organizational Foundings after a Period of Population Discontinuity