Prof. Jacky Fok Loi HONG

Associate Professor in Management
Programme Director of the Master of Business Administration Programme (MBA)
Interim Programme Director of Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)

Faculty of Business Administration
University of Macau, E22
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China

Contact Information

Room: E22-1053
Telephone: (853) 8822-4709
E-mail: fbaflh
  • PhD, Management Learning, Lancaster University, U.K., 2003
  • MBA, Marketing and Strategic Management, University of Macau, Macau, 1997
  • BBA, Marketing, University of Macau, Macau, 1994
  • Assistant Professor, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (May 2003 – Aug. 2008)
  • Lecturer, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (Sept. 1998 – May 2003)
  • Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (Sept. 1996 – Aug. 1998)
  • Research Assistant, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau (Sept. 1994 – Aug. 1996)
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Corporate Strategies: Asia Pacific Focus (MGMT469)
    • Global Strategic Management (MGMT404 / GBMT400)
    • Special Topics in Strategic Management (MGMT414)
    • Applied Business Project I & II (MGMT402 & MGMT403)
    • Competitive Advantage (MGMT366 / GBMT303)
    • Human Resource Management (MGMT318)
    • Strategic Management (MGMT317)
    • Principles of Management (MGMT101)
    • Introduction to Business (MGMT100)
  • Graduate Courses
    • Strategic Management (MGMT711)
    • Advanced in Management Studies (MGMT736)
    • Research Methods (IMBB106)
    • Global Business Strategies (IMBB112)
  • Knowledge Management
  • Organizational Learning
  • Management of Chinese Enterprises
  • Power and Politics in Multinational Firms
  1. Fong, V., Vong, A. & Hong, J. (2018) “Developing institutional logics in the tourism industry through coopetition”, Tourism Management, 66: 244-262.
  2. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Rowley, C. (2017) “Asia pacific as a research context for organizational learning: Background and research directions”, Asia Pacific Business Review, 23(4): 467-474.
  3. Örtenblad, A., Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2016) “Good leadership: A mirage in the desert?”, Human Resource Development International, 19(5): 349-357.
  4. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2016) “Knowledge assimilation at foreign subsidiaries of Japanese MNCs through political sensegiving and sensemaking”, Organization Studies, 37(9): 1297-1321.
  5. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2015) “Knowledge development through co-opetition: A case study of a Japanese foreign subsidiary and its local suppliers”, Journal of World Business, 56(4): 769-780.
  6. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2015) “Boundary-crossing and the localization of capabilities in a Japanese multinational firm”, Asia Pacific Business Review, 21(3): 364-382.
  7. Nguyen, T & Hong, J. (2013) “Local knowledge acquisition of foreign subsidiaries in Vietnam and China”, Multinational Business Review, 21(4): 312-333.
  8. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2013) “Developing new capabilities across a supplier network through boundary crossing: A case study of China-based MNC subsidiary its local suppliers”, Organization Studies, 34(4): 377-406.
  9. Hong, J. (2012) “Glocalizing Nonaka’s SECI model: Issues and challenges”, Management Learning, 43(2): 198-206.
  10. Hong, J. & Fan, F. (2011) “Organizational learning in public organizations: A case study”, Global Economics and Management Review, 16(2): 19-35.
  11. 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.
  12. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Easterby-Smith, M. (2009) “Knowledge flow and boundary crossing at the periphery of a MNC”, International Business Review, 18(6): 539-554.
  13. Hong, J. & Nguyen, T. (2009) “Knowledge embeddedness and the transfer mechanisms in multinational corporations”, Journal of World Business, 44(4): 347-356.
  14. Hong, J. & O, F. (2009) “Conflicting identities and power between communities of practice: The case of IT outsourcing”, Management Learning, 40(3): 311-326.
  15. Hong, J. & Vai, S. (2008) “Knowledge sharing in cross-functional virtual team”, Journal of General Management, 34(2): 21-37.
  16. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2008) “Power Inequality in Cross-Cultural Learning: The Case of Japanese Transplants in China”, Asia Pacific Business Review, 14(2): 253-273.
  17. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Easterby-Smith, M. (2006) “Cross Cultural Influences of Organizational Learning in MNCs: The Case of Japanese Companies in China”, Journal of International Management, 12(4): 408-429.
  18. Hong, J., Easterby-Smith, M. & Snell, R. (2006) “Transferring organizational learning systems to Japanese subsidiaries in China”, Journal of Management Studies, 43(5): 1027-1058.
  19. Hong, J. & Lao, S. (2006) “Sustaining sense-making practices: A case study of a higher education institution”, Global Economics and Management Review, 11(2): 167-180.
  20. Hong, J. & Da Silva, E. (2006) “The influence of URLs on consumer perception and reaction”, Journal of Macau Polytechnic Institute, 9(1): 40-53.
  21. Cheong, I. & Hong, J. (2005) “The effects of time availability on impulse buying”, Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 29: 35-47.
  22. Hong, J. & Pollard, D.J. (2004)Critiques on Learning in International Joint Ventures: The Neglected Role of Culture as an Important Determinant”, International Journal of Applied International Management, 1(1).
  23. Noronha, C., Hong, J. & Lam, T. (2003) “Macau Pre-1999: Value dimensions of a specific group of Chinese”, Global Economics and Management Review, 8(2): 103-131.
  24. Pollard, D. & Hong, J. (2001) “Cross-cultural learning issues in international joint venture”, Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 22: 53-80.
  25. Hong, J. (2000) “The relevance of network theory for developing organizational learning capabilities in Chinese context”, Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 20: 77-90.
  26. Hong, J. & Jesuino, C. (1999) “Social representation of economic processes in China: An exploratory study”, Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 18: 67-80.
  27. Hong, J. (1999) “Structuring for organizational learning”, The Learning Organization, 6(4): 173-185.
  28. Hong, J. (1999) “A tale of two cities: The changing relationship between Macau and Zhuhai”, Global Economics and Management Review, 4(1): 113-130.
  29. Antonio, N., Hong, J. & Lam, T. (1999) “Re-assessing the realities and hopes of the SMEs in Macau”, Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 17: 49-78.
  30. Hong, J. (1998) “Organizational learning and the knowledge creation practices of Japanese Companies”, Management Japan, 32(2): 17-23.
  31. Hong, J. (1997) “Analysis of Macau’s banking industry using M. Porter’s five forces model”, Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 15: 87-104.
  32. Hong, J., Kuan, W. & Tong, S. (1997) “The changing relationship between Macau and Zhuhai”, Global Economics and Management Review, 2(2): 133-156.
  1. Hong, J. & Xi, Z. (2017) “Effectuated Innovation Process in Entrepreneurial Firms: A Conceptual Model”, In S. Sindakis & P. Theodorou (eds.) Global Opportunities for Entrepreneurial Growth: Coopetition and Knowledge Dynamics within and across Firms, pp.11-30. Bingley: Emerald Publishing.
  2. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Rowley, C. (eds.) (2017) Organizational Learning in Asia: Issues and Challenges. Oxford: Elsevier.
  3. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Rowley, C. (2017) “Introduction: Organizational Learning in Context, Not Isolation”, In J. Hong, Snell, R. & Rowley (eds.) Organizational Learning in Asia: Issues and Challenges, pp.3-12. Oxford: Elsevier.
  4. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Rowley, C. (2017) “Challenges for Organizational Learning: Institutional Contexts, Cross-Border Knowledge and Context”, In J. Hong, Snell, R. & Rowley (eds.) Organizational Learning in Asia: Issues and Challenges, pp.187-192. Oxford: Elsevier.
  5. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (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.
  6. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mian, L. (2013) “Developing learning organizations in China”, in A. örtenblad (ed), Handbook of Research on the Learning Organization: Adaptation and Context, pp.107-125. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  7. Hong, J., Snell, R. S. & Easterby-Smith, M. (2012) “Research organizational learning in Chinese contexts”, in C. Wang, D. Ketchen & D. Bergh (eds), Research Methodology in Strategy and Management, Vol. 8. Emerald Publishing, 195-216.
  8. Antonio, N., Trigo, V., Spring, A., Robertie, C., Hong, J. & Feijo, J. (2011) China and Portuguese Speaking Africa. Lisbon: Edições Sílabo.
  9. Hong, J. (2011) Transferring Organizational Learning Practices: The Case of Japanese Companies in China. Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.
  10. Snell, R. S. & Hong J. (2011) ‘Asian perspectives on organizational learning’, in M. P. V. Easterby-Smith & M. Lyles (eds), Handbook on Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management (Second Edition), pp. 635-658. New York: Wiley.
  11. Antonio, N. & Hong, J. (1998) ‘The Entrepreneurial Culture of Overseas Chinese In Macau’ in  H. Inohara and C. Noronha (Eds.). Culture and Management : Observations in Asia, Europe, and Africa : 69-86. Macau : Macau Foundation.
  1. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Smith, A. (2017) “Strong-armed headquarters control and tame subsidiary responses in a contemporary Chinese MNC: The case of Huawei”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Meeting, Dubai, U.A.E.
  2. Wu, W. H. Fong, S. Wang & Hong, J. (2016) “Execution of the dynamic capabilities concept in China”, World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science, San Francisco, U.S.A.
  3. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2016) “Discovering and exploiting opportunities in MNCs: An external embeddedness perspective”, European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquia, Naples, Italy.
  4. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2016) “Dual embeddedness and subsidiary-originated innovation: The case of MNCs in China”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Meeting, New Orleans, U.S.A.
  5. Wu, W. H. Fong, S. Wang & Hong, J. (2016) “Execution of the dynamic capabilities concept in China”, World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science, San Francisco, U.S.A.
  6. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2016) “Discovering and exploiting opportunities in MNCs: An external embeddedness perspective”, European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquia, Naples, Italy.
  7. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2016) “Dual embeddedness and subsidiary-originated innovation: The case of MNCs in China”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Meeting, New Orleans, U.S.A.
  8. Fong, V. & Hong, J. (2015) “Strategic Agent and the Internationalization of Chinese Firms”, European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquia, Athens, Greece.
  9. Hong, J. & Xu, J. (2015) “Image Evolution and Internationalization of Chinese State-owned Enterprises”, Strategic Management Society (SMS) Special Conference, St Gallen, Switzerland.
  10. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2014) “Developing Knowledge-Based Practices at Foreign Subsidiaries of Japanese MNCs through Political Sensegiving and Sensemaking”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Southeast Asia Regional Conference, Macau, China.
  11. Fong, V. & Hong, J. (2014) “The Leveraging Role of Institutional Entrepreneur and Internationalization of Chinese Firms”, Strategic Management Society (SMS) Special Conference Copenhagen, Denmark.
  12. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2014) “Local Knowledge Development through Political Sensemaking in MNCs”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  13. Muniz, J., Batista, E., Costa, C., Hong, J., Yaroslav, P., Loureiro, G., Salomon, V. & Velasco, M. (2014) “Knowledge sharing through analytic hierarchy structure: Blue collar worker perspective”, International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC) 2014, Oslo, Norway.
  14. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2013) “Co-opetition and knowledge development in overseas Japanese production networks: Including supplier’s voices”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Southeast Asia Regional Conference, Bali, Indonesia.
  15. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2013) “Developing learning organization in China”, International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC) 2013, Washington, D.C. US.
  16. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Mak, C. (2013) “Local knowledge development through boundary crossing in MNCs”, 8th Organization Studies Summer Workshop, Mykonos, Greece.
  17. Fong, V. & Hong, J. (2012) “Internationalization of Chinese firms: From isomorphism to strategic responses”, Strategic Management Society (SMS) Special Conference, Guangzhou, China.
  18. Fong, V. & Hong, J. (2012) “Home-based networks, local institutions and innovation of Chinese multinational firms”, Strategic Management Society (SMS) Special Conference, Singapore.
  19. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2012) “Collaborative knowledge work in international context: Crossing cultural boundary”, 7th Organization Studies Summer Workshop, Rhodes, Greece.
  20. 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.
  21. Fong, V. & Hong, J. (2011) “Home-based networks and internationalization of Chinese firms”, Conference on Emerging Market Firm Competitiveness, Temple University, Philadelphia, US.
  22. Hong, J. (2011) “Organizational learning in a cross-cultural context: A comparative study of Chinese and Japanese”, British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.
  23. Nguyen, T. & Hong, J. (2011) “Local knowledge acquisitions of foreign subsidiaries: An empirical study of MNCs in Asia”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Meeting, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.
  24. Hong, J. (2010) “Nonaka’s knowledge creation model: Universal or particularistic?”, International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC) 2010, Boston, US.
  25. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2009) “Knowledge co-creation involving a foreign subsidiary in China and its local suppliers: A case study”, Academy of Management (AOM) Meeting, Chicago, US.
  26. Hong, J. & Nguyen, T. (2008) “Knowledge embeddedness and the transfer mechanisms in multinational corporations”, Strategic Management Society (SMS) Conference, Cologne, Germany.
  27. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Easterby-Smith, M. (2008) “The role of power and bridging repositories in knowledge transfer involving the periphery of a MNC”, Academy of Management (AOM) Meeting, Anaheim, California, US.
  28. Hong, J. & Vai, S. (2007) “Knowledge sharing in cross-functional virtual team”, Academy of International Business (AIB) Meeting, Indiana University, Indianapolis, US.
  29. Hong, J. & Lao, S. (2006) “Sustaining sense-making practices: A case study of a higher education institution”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.
  30. Hong, J., Snell, R. & Easterby-Smith, M. (2004) “Cross-cultural Influences on Organizational Learning”, Proceedings of the First Conference on Cross-Cultural Leadership and Management Studies, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  31. Hong, J. (2003) “Researching Organizational Learning: Diversity of Modes and Methods”. Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Organizational Learning and Knowledge, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
  32. Hong, J. & Snell, R. (2002) “Power Inequality in Cross-Cultural Learning”, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Connecting Learning and Critique, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
  33. Hong, J. & Eastergy-Smith, M. (2002) “Transfer of Organizational Learning Practices”, Proceedings of Third European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning, and Capabilities, ALBA, Athens, Greece.
  34. Pollard, D. & Hong, J. (2001) “Cross-cultural Learning Issues in International Joint Ventures”, Proceedings of 27th European International Business Academy Conference, Paris, France.
  35. Hong, J. (2001) “The Socio-Cultural Constraints of Transferring Knowledge in Multinational Organizations”, Proceeding of 4th International Congress on Intellectual Capital, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.
  36. Pollard, D. & Hong, J. (2000) “Cross-cultural determinants of Learning in International Joint Venture”, Proceeding of the British Academy of Management Conference, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, UK.
  37. Hong, J. & Pollard, D. (2000) “Critiques of Learning in International Joint Venture: The Neglected Role of Culture as an Important Determinant”, Proceeding of the 2nd Connecting Learning and Critique Conference, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
  38. Hong, J. (2000) “Knowledge Creation-The Japanese Way”, Proceeding of the Fourth International Symposium on Macau and Japanese Studies, University of Macau, Macau.
  39. Hong, J. (1999) “Cross-Cultural Influence on Organizational Learning: The Case of Japanese Companies in China”, Proceeding of the 3rd International Conference on Organizational Learning, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
  40. Hong, J. (1999) “Organizational Learning and Total Quality Management: A Matter of Convergence?”, Proceeding of the Fourth International Conference on ISO 9000 & TQM, Baptist University, Hong Kong.
  41. Verges, P., Jesuino, J. C., Pereira, F. C., Antonio, N., Hong, J. Xu, L. and Yu, C. (1996) “Representation of Economic Processes in the Delta of Pearl River”, Proceedings of the Second South China International Business Symposium, University of Macau, Macau.
  1. Hong, J. (2006) Review of T. Chini’s “Effective Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations”, Asian Business and Management, 5: 563-565.
  2. Hong, J. (2004) Review of S. T. Cavusgil, P. N. Ghauri and M. R. Agarwal’s “Doing Business in Emerging Markets: Entry and Negotiation Strategies”, Management Learning, 35(1): 78-82.
  3. Hong, J. (2003) Review of M. Dierkes, A. Berthoin-Antal, J. Child and I. Nonaka’s (Eds.) “Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge”, Management Learning, 34(2): 259-262.
  4. Hong, J. (2003) Review of P. Beamish, A. Delios and S. Makino’s (Eds.) “Japanese Subsidiaries in the New Global Economy”, Asian Business and Management, 2: 289-291.
  5. Hong, J. (2002) Review of J. Birkinshaw and P. Hagstrom’s (Eds.) “The Flexible Firm”, Management Learning, 33(2): 274-277.
  6. Hong, J. (2001) Review of I. Palmer and C. Hardy’s “Thinking about Management: Implications of Organizational Debate for Practice”, Management Learning, 32(4): 525-527.
  1. Hong, J. (1998) “The Implications of Organizational Structure on Organizational Learning”, Working Paper III, Asia Pacific Centre for Management Studies, University of Macau.
  2. Hong J. (1995) “Macau Printing Industry – An Analysis Using Porter’s Diamond Model”, Faculty Working Paper VI, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
  • Academy of Management
  • Academy of International Business
  • Strategic Management Society