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Professor André Everett

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Professor

Room: Commerce 610
Tel: 64 3 479 7371
Fax: 64 3 479 8173
Email: andre.everett@otago.ac.nz

André teaches international and strategic management. He has worked in a wide range of manufacturing and service industries in six countries. His research interests include internationalisation of management philosophies, evolution of management strategies, and cultural influences on international business. He received his PhD in the learning effects of expert system explanation mechanisms from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA).

Teaching Responsibilities

André's teaching responsibilities include:

Other Responsibilities

  • Library Liaison
  • University Senate

Research Interests

André's research interests include:

  • International competitiveness
  • International transferability of management approaches
  • Cultural influences on international business
  • Chinese management approaches, focusing on strategic management, international management, and leadership
  • Clusters (industrial districts)
  • Expatriate selection and management
  • Environmental and sustainability issues in international management

Current Supervision

André is currently a supervisor for the following students.

PhD

Adeel Akmal - What can New Zealand learn from the United Kingdom? A study on implementing lean practices in the healthcare sector of New Zealand. (Supervisors: Richard Greatbanks, André Everett)

Farhana Firoz - Gender Role, Entrepreneurial Intentions & Psychological Capital as the Mediator: A Gender Study of Chinese Prospective Entrepreneurs in New Zealand.  (Supervisors:  Jodyanne Kirkwood, André Everett)

Regina Maniam - University-industry collaboration: University student activities in developing an entrepreneurial cluster. (Supervisors: André Everett, Conor O'Kane, Sergio Biggemann)

Yulia Taylor - Cross-cultural Adaptation of International Human Resources in New Zealand. (Supervisors: André Everett, Fiona Edgar)

Douglas Wang - Social Capital and Innovation Performance: The Mediating Effect of Knowledge Management. (Supervisors: Annie Zhang, André Everett)

Jane Zhuang - A Weberian approach in formalising Grounded Theory - Discovering the golden rules in historical cultural clusters. (Supervisors: André Everett, Tara Duncan (Tourism)) - submitted

Completed

  • Hamizah Abd Hamid (2017). The entrepreneurship process of ethnic immigrant enterpreneurs. (Supervisors: André Everett, Conor O'Kane)
  • Babak Zahraie (2017). Green Entrepreneurs: Change Agents towards Sustainability. (Supervisors: André Everett, Sara Walton, Jodyanne Kirkwood)

Masters

Completed

  • Gao Chen - Strategies in Initial Stage of International Entrepreneurship in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Chinese Ethnic Entrepreneurship in New Zealand.
  • Regina Maniam - Roles of Universities in Clusters – The University of Otago and the Dunedin ICT Cluster. (with Conor O'Kane)
  • Sasha Westropp - Expatriate cross-cultural adaption: A study of adult third-culture kids working as expatriates in Singapore.

Education

André’s educational background is:

PhD (Management), University of Nebraska-Lincoln; August 1994.
Areas: Strategic Management, Management Science, Management Information Systems, Artificial Intelligence.
Title: An Empirical Investigation of the Effect of Expert System Explanation Presentation on Users' Acquisition of Expertise and Perceptions of the System.
Supervisor: Sang M. Lee.

MBA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; 1987.

BA (Geoanthropography), University of Nebraska-Lincoln; 1980.
High Distinction, Phi Beta Kappa.

Editorial Board Membership

André is on the Editorial Board for the following publications:

  • International Journal of Quality Management
  • Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, published by Sage (USA)
  • Journal of Operations Management, published by Elsevier Science (the Netherlands / USA)
  • Journal of Organizational Change Management, published by MCB University Press (UK)
  • Production Planning and Control, published by Taylor & Francis (UK)
  • SAM Advanced Management Journal, published by Society for the Advancement of Management (USA)
  • Service Business: An International Journal, published by Springer (Germany)

Reviewer for Journals

André is a reviewer for the following journals:

Decision Sciences
Decision Support Systems
Education & Training
Educational Technology and Society
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
Informing Science Journal
Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice
International Journal of Human Resource Management
International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management
International Journal of Production Planning and Control
International Review of Public Administration
Journal of the Australia-New Zealand Academy of Management
Journal of Information Technology Education
Journal of International Business and Economy
Journal of Management Education
Journal of Management Studies
Journal of Operations Management
Journal of Organizational Change Management
Managing Service Quality
Service Business: An International Journal
Society for the Advancement of Management, SAM Advanced Management Journal

Reviewer for Conferences

André is a reviewer for the following conferences:

DSI - Decision Sciences Institute
Academy of Management, Business Policy and Strategy Division
Academy of Management, International Management Division
Academy of Management, Management Education Division
Academy of Management, Operations Management Division
SAM - Society for the Advancement of Management International Management Conference
AIB - Academy of International Business
ANZAM - Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
ANZIBA - Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy
ANZMAC - Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy
BALAS - Business Association of Latin American Studies
IB&E - International Business and Economy Conference
(and others)

André was a referee for grant applications, Foundation for Research, Science, and Technology, government of New Zealand, 1993-98.

Professional Affiliations

André has the following personal affiliations:

AIB -Academy of International Business
ANZAM - Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
ANZMAC - Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy
AoM - Academy of Management
- BPS (Business Policy and Strategy Division)
- IM (International Management Division)
- MED (Management Education and Development Division)
CCA - Chinese Communication Association
DSI - Decision Sciences Institute
GMRG - Global Manufacturing Research Group
IACMR - International Association for Chinese Management Research
NZASIA - New Zealand Asian Studies Society
NZIIA - New Zealand Institute of International Affairs
PPBA - Pan-Pacific Business Association

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Publications

Kupka, B., Everett, A. M., Atkins, S. G., Mertesacker, M., Walters, L., Walters, T., … Bolton, J. (2009). The Intercultural Communication Motivation Scale: An instrument to assess motivational training needs of candidates for international assignments. Human Resource Management, 48(5), 717-744. doi: 10.1002/hrm.20312

Kupka, B., Everett, A. M., & Cathro, V. (2008). Home alone and often unprepared - Intercultural communication training for expatriated partners in German MNCs. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(10), 1765-1791. doi: 10.1080/09585190802323819

Zhang, H., Cone, M. H., Everett, A. M., & Elkin, G. (2011). Aesthetic leadership in Chinese business: A philosophical perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 101(3), 475-491. doi: 10.1007/s10551-011-0734-z

Faucher, J.-B. P. L., Everett, A. M., & Lawson, R. (2008). Reconstituting knowledge management. Journal of Knowledge Management, 12(3), 3-16. doi: 10.1108/13673270810875822

Raja Yusof, R. N., Everett, A. M., & Cone, M. H. (2011). Market-orientation and Islamic business practices in Malaysia. In Ö. Sandikci & G. Rice (Eds.), Handbook of Islamic marketing. (pp. 187-207). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Chapter in Book - Research

Raja Yusof, R. N., Everett, A. M., & Cone, M. H. (2011). Market-orientation and Islamic business practices in Malaysia. In Ö. Sandikci & G. Rice (Eds.), Handbook of Islamic marketing. (pp. 187-207). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Faucher, J.-B. P. L., Everett, A. M., & Lawson, R. (2008). What do we know about knowledge? In A. Koohang, K. Harman & J. Britz (Eds.), Knowledge management: Theoretical foundations. (pp. 41-77). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

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Journal - Research Article

Zhang, H., Elkin, G., Cone, M. H., & Everett, A. M. (2011). The philosophy and practice of Chinese paternalistic leadership. Journal of International Management Studies, 11(1), 124-133.

Zhang, H., Cone, M. H., Everett, A. M., & Elkin, G. (2011). Aesthetic leadership in Chinese business: A philosophical perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 101(3), 475-491. doi: 10.1007/s10551-011-0734-z

Faucher, J.-B. P. L., Everett, A. M., & Lawson, R. (2010). Modeling the knowledge processing system through the lens of complexity theory: Social energies, leadership, and the LIFE model. Journal of Information Technology Applications & Management, 17(3), 190-210.

Kupka, B., Everett, A. M., Atkins, S. G., Mertesacker, M., Walters, L., Walters, T., … Bolton, J. (2009). The Intercultural Communication Motivation Scale: An instrument to assess motivational training needs of candidates for international assignments. Human Resource Management, 48(5), 717-744. doi: 10.1002/hrm.20312

Štrach, P., & Everett, A. M. (2008). Transforming research case studies into teaching cases. Qualitative Research in Organizations & Management, 3(3), 199-214. doi: 10.1108/17465640810920287

Wong, Y.-Y., Everett, A. M., & Nicholson, J. D. (2008). National culture and innovation capability: Some observations concerning Chinese-Americans. Management Research News, 31(9), 697-712. doi: 10.1108/01409170810898581

Faucher, J.-B. P. L., Everett, A. M., & Lawson, R. (2008). Reconstituting knowledge management. Journal of Knowledge Management, 12(3), 3-16. doi: 10.1108/13673270810875822

Kupka, B., & Everett, A. M. (2008). Far and away: Facilitating employee international assignments with the Intercultural Knowledge Scale (ICKS). Intercultural Communication Studies, XVII(2), 257-274.

Kupka, B., Everett, A. M., & Cathro, V. (2008). Home alone and often unprepared - Intercultural communication training for expatriated partners in German MNCs. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(10), 1765-1791. doi: 10.1080/09585190802323819

Kupka, B., & Everett, A. M. (2008). Moscow on the Hudson: Assessing expatriates' affective fit in host cultures with the intercultural communication affinity scale. European Journal of International Management, 2(3), 234-249.

Strach, P., & Everett, A. M. (2007). International manufacturing in/divestment strategy: Flextronics in the Czech Republic. International Journal of Manufacturing Technology & Management, 11(1), 115-131.

Kupka, B., Everett, A., & Wildermuth, S. (2007). The Rainbow Model of Intercultural Communication Competence: A review and extension of existing research. Intercultural Communication Studies, XVI(2), 18-36.

Štrach, P., & Everett, A. M. (2006). Brand corrosion: Mass-marketing's threat to luxury automobile brands after merger and acquisition. Journal of Product & Brand Management, 15(2), 106-120.

Štrach, P., & Everett, A. M. (2006). Knowledge transfer within Japanese multinationals: Building a theory. Journal of Knowledge Management, 10(1), 55-68.

Štrach, P., & Everett, A. M. (2006). Japanese foreign direct investment in the Czech Republic: A motivational analysis. Problems & Perspectives in Management, 4(1), 22-31.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Zhuang, Y., & Everett, A. M. (2011). In-depth analysis of a traditional cultural cluster through grounded theory: The case of the Jingdezhen (China) porcelain cluster. Proceedings of the 42nd Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. [CD-ROM], (pp. 4771-4776). Atlanta, GA: Decision Sciences Institute. [Full Paper]

Zhang, H., Kwan, H. K., Everett, A. M., & Jian, Z. (2011). Empirical confirmation of the moderated impact of servant leadership on work-to-family enrichment: Evidence from China. Proceedings of the 42nd Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. [CD-ROM], (pp. 2431-2436). Atlanta, GA: Decision Sciences Institute. [Full Paper]

Sunaryo, L., Everett, A. M., & Cone, M. H. (2010). Phronesis-based research paradigm: For a study dealing with social complexity and unpredictablity. In S. M. Lee & J. H. Tjakraatmadja (Eds.), Proceedings of the Pan-Pacific Conference XXVII: Managing and Competing in the New World Economic Order. (pp. 286-288). Pan-Pacific Business Association. [Full Paper]

Dwyer, K., Everett, A. M., & Kirkwood, J. (2010). Can SCM be a discipline? Comparing academic and practitioner perceptions on the degree of coherence. Proceedings of the 41st Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. [CD-ROM], (pp. 4591-4596). Atlanta, GA: DSI. [Full Paper]

Zhang, H., Everett, A. M., Cone, M. H., & Elkin, G. (2010). Contexualizing transformational leadership theories in China: A philosophical perspective. Proceedings of the 41st Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. [CD-ROM], (pp. 4761-4766). Atlanta, GA: DSI. [Full Paper]

Zhang, H., Everett, A. M., Cone, M. H., & Elkin, G. (2009). Can employees' work-family life be enriched by leaders' behaviors? Proceedings of the 40th Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. (pp. 4031-4036). Atlanta, GA: Decision Sciences institute. [Full Paper]

Raja Yusof, R. N., Everett, A. M., & Cone, M. H. (2009). Islamic business practices as cultural influences in the internationalization of foreign retail multinational enterprises in Malaysia. In T. S. Chan & G. Cui (Eds.), Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (AIB) Southeast Asia Regional Conference: Revitalizing the Global Economy: Challenges and Strategies for Sustainable Growth. [CD-ROM] [Full Paper]

Wong, Y.-Y., Everett, A. M., & Nicholson, J. D. (2009). The impact of differences in cultural crossvergence on global team performance: Developing research propositions. Proceedings of the 40th Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting. (pp. 4931-4936). Atlanta, GA: Decision Sciences institute. [Full Paper]

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