Narrative and entrepreneuring lab 2010

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Narrative and entrepreneuring lab 2010

  1. 1. N r at i ve and Ent r epr eneur i ng ar Lab (NEL) Department of Business Management, Collage of Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  2. 2. OUR UNIVERSITY National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU) •Established in 1980 •Top tier research-intensive university in Taiwan •Six colleges including Liberal Arts, Science, Engineering, Management, Marine Sciences, and Social Sciences • 20 Bachelor’s, 37 Master’s and 27 Doctoral Programs •Over 9,400 students and 459 full-time faculty members
  3. 3. OUR COLLAGE Collage of Management • The first collage accredited by AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) in Taiwan • Departments: – Department of Business Management – Department of Information Management – Department of Finance – Institute of Public Affairs Management – Institute of Human Resource Management – Institute of Communication Management – Institute of Health Care Management – International Business MBA
  4. 4. OUR DEPARTMENT Department of Business Management• The earliest department and graduate school in NSYSU• Faculty structure: 13 professors, 10 associate professors, 2 assistant professor• Offer BBA, MBA and PhD programs• Four majors in PhD program: – Strategy and Management – Law, Finance and Accounting – Innovation and Technology Management – Communication Management
  5. 5. N r at i ve and Ent r epr eneur i ng ar LabMake a revolutionin academy of Taiwan! OUR MISSION • To introduce new methodology and perspective in entrepreneurship to Taiwan • To innovate management knowledge with post-modern paradigm
  6. 6. Why Narrative?• To elevate – Plural voices in organization and individuals – Critical reflections on conventional management – The importance of lived experience Why Entrepreneuring? • To accentuate – Dynamics and complexity in entrepreneurship – Process orientation in entrepreneurship research
  7. 7. RecentResearch Interestsof NEL
  8. 8. Host of NELStephen, Dun-Hou Tsai• Professor, Department of Business Management, NSYSU• Director of Management Studies Research Center, NSYSU• Research Fields – Strategic Management – Knowledge Management – Entrepreneurial Management – Complexity Adaptive system and Management – Narrative Inquiry Please visit personal webpage for more information: http://service.o-pa.com.tw/tsai_web2008/English%20Version/index.asp
  9. 9. Journal Paper of Professor Tsai 12 Chinese journal papers and 5 English journal papers (revised 2010) – Stephen D.H. Tsai, Li, Shang-Jen, Mansour, Amjadi (2007), " Continuous Entrepreneurial Mechanism in the Modern Conglomerate- Through the Perspective of Complex Adaptive System", The Journal of Global Business Management, Vol. 3, Num. 2, October, 2007. – Hsiao, R.L., Tsai, Stephen D.H. and Lee, C.F. (2006). “The Problem of Embeddedness: Knowledge Transfer, Coordination and Reuse in Information Systems.” Organization Studies, 27(9): 1289–1317【SSCI, Impact factor:0.88 for 2004】 – Tsai, Stephen D.H., C.F. Lee, C.C. Lee,(2005), Knowledge Management meshing with work Practices: A Case Study Exploring ASEs Knowledge Communities., Industrial Management & Data Systems,【SCI, Impact factor: 1.5 for 2004】 – Tsai, Stephen D., Pan, Chung Yu, and Chiang, Hong Quei, (2004), “Shifting the Mental Model and Emerging Innovative Behavior: Action Research of a Quality Management System”, Emergence:Complexity and Organization, 6(4), pp.28-39. – Tsai, Stephen D., Chiang, H-Q, and Scott Valentine,(2003) “Integrated Model for Strategic Management in Dynamic Industries: Qualitative Research from Taiwans Passive- Component Industry”, Emergence: Complexity and Organization,5(4), pp.34-56.
  10. 10. Consultants of NELAnders W. Johansson Professor, School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University, Sweden Ted, Yu-Chung Liu Assistant Professor, Department of Education, National Ping-Tung University of Education Ching-Fang Lee Assistant Professor, Department of International Trade, Shih-Chien University
  11. 11. Members of NELPhD Researchers(according to surname)Mansour Amjadi Hui-Yin Lin Ko-Chieh Chen Shao-Yi LinJung-Chih Hung Chin-Chung Shih Shang-Jen Li Chih-Hao TsaiChih-Ming Lin Meng-Chen Wu
  12. 12. Thanks foryour attention!

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