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Douglas Wang - PhD Candidate

DouglasWang

Room: OBS 626
Email: douglas.wang@postgrad.otago.ac.nz

Topic

Social network, managerial cognition, and organizational ambidexterity: The moderating effect of HRM
practices.

Supervisors

Douglas's supervisors are:

Background

Zhimin (Douglas) Wang is an active Ph.D. candidate and research assistant. His research interests focus on the area of absorptive capacity, strategic innovation management, knowledge management, social network, strategic entrepreneurship, human resource management, organizational ambidexterity. Douglas has published some peer-reviewed journal articles and conference proceedings. He received his MBA degree and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from UCSI University in Malaysia.

Research Interests

Absorptive capacity, strategic innovation management, knowledge management, social network, strategic entrepreneurship, human resource management, organizational ambidexterity.

Publications/Conferences

Journal publication:
1. Wang, Z. M., & Kwek, C. L. (2018). The mediation role of knowledge sharing between organizational learning and technological innovation practice. International Journal of Knowledge Management (IJKM), 14(3), 48-68.
2. Chidi, I. M., Wang, Z.M., Kwek, C.L., & Yii, D. S.K. (2015). Exploring performance based practice of CSR in sustaining the relationship between business and society: A literature review. Asian Social Science. 11(5):181-192.
3. Chidi, I. M., Wang, Z.M., Kwek, C.L., & Yii, D. S.K. (2015). Exploring the impact of strategic proactivity on perceived corporate social responsibility: A structural equation modelling approach. Asian Social Science. 11(4): 275-297.
4. Chidi, I. M., Wang, Z.M., Kwek, C.L., & Yii, D. S.K. (2015). Proposition of an interactive process approach in exploring the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy and perceived CSR: Case of ExxonMobil in Nigeria Petroleum Industry. International Journal of Business and Management, 10(2):186-195.

Conference contribution – published proceedings: Abstract
1. Wang, Z. M., & Sharma, A. (2017). Transformation capacity, exploitative capacity, and organizational change: The mediating effects of organizational practices. Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) conference: Organizational Behaviour. Retrieved from http://anzam2017.com