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Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration Key Staff Staff Profile
Dr. Chan Hing Tai Jimmy 陳興泰博士
Associate Professor
Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration


Dr. Jimmy Chan teaches subjects on Strategic Management, Human Resource Management and Business Management. Prior to joining Hong Kong Metropolitan University, he was a business practitioner and has gained extensive management experience in both Hong Kong and China business. His research interests are primarily in the areas of social networks and team management.

Teaching Areas & Research Interests

  • Social Networks
  • Team Management

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

  • Yau, O.H.M., Yu, E.F.K., Ko, A.C.K. and Chan, J.H.T. (2023). Jupsang Leadership Orientation: Conceptualization and Scale Development. Journal of Transnational Management:
  • Law, K.K., Yeung, M.C.H. and Chan, J.H.T. (2023). The Effect of Short-Term Performance Fluctuations on Long-Term Performance: Evidence from the English Premier League. Team Performance Management:
  • Kendall, G., Chan, J.H.T., Yeung, M.C.H. and Law, K.K. (2020). Do Film Festivals Attract Tourists? Current Issues in Tourism, DOI: 10.1080/13683500.2020.1758041
  • Chan, P.C.L., Chan, J.H.T., Au, A.K.M. and Yeung, M. (2020). Are Hotel Managers Taught to be Aggressive on Intelligence Gathering? Asian Journal of Business Ethics Special Issues: 9, pp. 417–424.
  • Chan, J., Au, A., Ko, A. and Yeung, M. (2019). Linking Network Centrality to Performance Revisit: Understanding and Deailing with Simultaneity in the Creation of Soft Innovation. Perspective of Innovations, Economics and Business 19(1): 16-32.
  • Chan, J, Ko, K., Au, A. and Yeung, M. (2018). A Relational Perspective on Pure Project Peformance: Network Centrality and Cinematic Achievements in the Hong Kong Film Industry. Management Research Review 41(6): 753-772.
  • Chan, J. and Ko, A. (2009). Achieving Disruptive Innovation through Networks: Some Suggestions to Indigenous Manufacturers in China. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Marketing Innovation and Strategic Management of Transition from OEM to OSM, Guangzhou, China, July 3 – 5, p.148-155.
  • Menzies, J., Orr, S., Au, A., Muddamage, S. and Chan, J. (Aug 2014). Australian SMEs in China: Innovation and Engagement in the Asian Century. Deakin University: Faculty of Business and Law.

Modified Date: 04 Nov, 2023
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