Senior Instructor in Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration (PhD), University of Macau, Macau
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Macau, Macau
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), University of Macau, Macau
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Strategic Management (MGMT3003)
    • Applied Business Project I (MGMT402)
    • Applied Business Project II (MGMT403)
    • International Business (MGMT408)
    • Principles of Management (MGMT102)
    • Research Methods (MGMT3004)
    • Service Management (MGMT364)
    • Honours Project (HONR400)
    • International Management (GBMT302)
    • Principles of Business Management (MGMT110)
    • Management of International Trade (GBMT404)
  • Organizational Learning
  • Learning Organization
  • Knowledge Transfer and Management
  • Innovation
  1. Hong, J. F. L., Snell, R. S. & Mak, C. K. Y. (2016) Knowledge assimilation at foreign subsidiaries of Japanese MNCs through political sensegiving and sensemaking, Organization Studies, 37(9), 1297-1321.(ABS4)
  2. Mak, C. & Hong, J. (2010) An investigation of determinants of job satisfaction for Macau civil servants. Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 20(2): 175-191.
  1. Hong, J. F. L., Snell, R. S. & Mak, C. K. Y. (2014). Contextualizing Nonaka’s Theory of Knowledge in China: When Samurai Meets Bruce Lee. In A. örtenblad (Ed.). Handbook of Research on the Knowledge Management: Adaptation and Context, (pp. 343-365). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  1. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2013) Local knowledge development through boundary crossing in MNCs, 8th Organization Studies Summer Workshop, Mykonos, Greece.
  2. Mak, C., Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2012) Cultivating local knowledge: Agency, power and culture, International Conference on Organizational Learning,Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC) 2012, Valencia, Spain.
  3. Mak, C. (2019) Learning from Successful Multinational Corporations (MNCs): Mechanisms of Enhancing Innovations in China, paper presentation in Penn Wharton China Center, Beijing.
  • Master Students
    • ZHAO LEI
  • Editorial Review Board Member for the Journal of “The Learning Organization”