I am an Assistant Professor of Innovation and Information Management at the School of Business of The University of Hong Kong (HKU). I completed my Ph.D. in Information Systems at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, where I researched the role of IT in improving competitive performance of organizations by facilitating concurrent pursuit of the seemingly conflicting strategies of radical and incremental innovation.


My current research interests include the strategic implications of information systems, IT and IT-enabled organizational capabilities, intangible business value of IT, technology acquisitions, enterprise systems, and emerging models of commerce in virtual environments. I have published and presented some of my work in Communications of the Association for Information Systems, at International Conference on Information Systems, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, and Organization Science Winter Conference. My paper at the recent International Conference on Information Systems was nominated for Best Paper Award.          More on research >>


I teach in HKU’s Full-time MBA, Part-time Evening MBA, Part-time Weekend MBA, and BBA (IS) programs. Previously, I have been recognized for my superior teaching leadership in Goizueta Business School’s highly ranked Executive MBA Program.          More on teaching >>


As an academic, I have provided advice and guidance to several early stage technology and service startups on IT strategy, future scenario building, and competitive strategy. Before joining academia, I gained 5+ years of rich and diverse work experience in IT consulting, business process consulting,  delivery management, and other roles in the IT industry.          More on consulting>>

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