Prof. Siew Huat KONG 江紹發

Associate Professor in Management

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

Contact Information

Room: E22-1060
Telephone: (853) 8822-4708
E-mail: shkong
  • Ph.D., University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, 2001
  • M.B.A., Asia International Open University, Macao, 1992
  • B.Sc.Ed. in Mathematics, University of Malaya, Malaysia, 1988
  • Sept 2007 – Present: Associate Professor in Management, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
  • May 2001 – August 2007: Assistant Professor in Management, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
  • 1993 – May 2001: Lecturer in Management, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
  • May – July 1995: Visiting Scholar, Tokyo Keizai University, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1988 – 1992: Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Business, Society and Entrepreneurship (GSEB2002)
    • Quality Management (MGMT3008)
    • Organizational Change and Development (MGMT3007)
    • Principles of Business Management (MGMT110 )
    • Special Topics in Human Resources Management (MGMT485)
    • Business Ethics (MGMT413)
  • Postgraduate Courses
    • Human Resources Management (MGMT7032)
    • Principles of Management (IMBB002)
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Managerial Cognition
  • Organizational Transformation
  • Organizational Culture
  1. Zhang,Y.B. and Kong, S.H. (2018). ‘A Struggle for the Soul of Chinese Family and its Implications for Chinese Management’, International Journal of Arts and Commerce 7: 5, 71-87.
  2. Zhang, Y.B. and Kong, S.H. (2017). ‘The Development of Managerial Assumptions about Human Nature in China: A Tale from Quanzhou’, Cultural and Religious Studies 5: 12, 703-716.
  3. Wong, W.C. and Kong, S.H. (2017). ‘What does the ‘inner world’ of Chinese managers tell us about their management values, thoughts and practices? An ethnographic study’, Asia Pacific Business Review, 23:5, 625-640.
  4. S.H.J. Chan, X. Mai, O.M.K. Kuok, S.H. Kong. (2016). ‘The influence of satisfaction and promotability on the relation between career adaptability and turnover intentions’, Journal of Vocational Behavior Vol. 92, pp. 167–175.
  5. Wong, J. and Kong, S.H. (2014). ‘The Mainland Chinese Managerial Behaviors and Assumptions since the Economic Reform: A Research Proposition’, Open Journal of Business and Management 2 (1), pp. 24-32.
  6. Kong, S.H. and Gao, B.Y. (2009) ‘Chinese Executives in Foreign-owned Enterprises: Managing in Two Cultures’, Strategic Change, Vol. 18 (3-4), pp. 93-109.
  7. Kong, S.H. (2009) ‘Paternalism Revisited: Organisational Leadership in mainland China’, International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management, Vol. 2 (1), pp. 56-72.
  8. Choi, M. K. and Kong, S.H. (2007) ‘The Motivation of NGO Leaders in Macau’, Euro Asia Journal of Management, Vol. 17 No. 1, pp. 61-78.
  9. Kong, S.H. (2006) ‘An Empirical Investigation of Mainland Chinese Organizational Ideology’, Asian Business and Management 5 (3), pp. 357-378.
  10. Kong, S.H. (2006) ‘The Significance of Organisation’s Fundamental Assumptions in Change Management – the Case of Mainland Chinese Organizations’, Problems and Perspectives in Management 4 (1), pp. 98-110.
  11. Chiu, S.F. and Kong, S.H. (2006) ‘The Brain-drain from Private to Public Sector in Macau: How to Make Sense of it’, Global Economics and Management Review 11: 125-148.
  12. Chung, S.F. and Kong, S.H. (2005) ‘An Exploratory Study of Crisis Management in the Care-Free City of Macau’, Euro-Asia Journal of Management 15 (2), pp. 133-148.
  13. Iao, I.M. and Kong, S.H. (2004) ‘MBA in Macau: Revolutionize or Perish’, Euro-Asia Journal of Management 14 (2), pp. 135-154.
  14. Kong, S.H. (2003) ‘A Portrait of Chinese Enterprise through the Lens of Organizational Culture’, Asian Academy of Management Journal 8 (1): 83-102.
  15. Kong, S.H. (2001) ‘In Search of the Roots of Chinese Organisations’, Global Economics and Management Review 6: 49-78.
  16. Kong, S.H. and Yeung, T. (1995) ‘The Issue of Change and Environmentalism as a Business Opportunity’, Euro Asia Journal of Management, Vol. 8, pp. 55-68.
  1. 江绍发 (主編) (2017) :《美好家庭 +》,澳门:新纪元国际出版社。
  2. 江绍发 (主編) (2014) :《何去何从:我们的世界?》,上海:上海社会科学出版社。
  3. Kong, S. H. (Ed.). (2011). Exploring New Paradigms for Community Building. Macao: New Millennium Publication International.
  4. Antonio, N.S., Kong, S.H., Lam, K.P., Noronha, C., and Antonio, T. (1999) Total Quality Management, Macau: Macau Foundation.
  5. Antonio, N.S., Kong, S.H., Lam, K.P., Noronha, C., and Antonio, T. (1999) Total Quality Management Training Manual, Macau: Macau Foundation.
  6. Umezawa, T., Kong, S.H. and Noronha, C. (eds.) (1996) The dynamic impact of culture on organization, Macau: Macau Foundation.
  7. 江绍发 (2015). 培养宗教团体的治理能力 – 澳门巴哈伊的若干经验。载于邱永辉,陈进国(编),《澳门宗教报告》(第81至100页)。北京:社会科学文献出版社。
  8. 江绍发 (2014). 对话 — 社区建设的根基。 载于卓新平,邱永辉(编),《宗教与可持续社区研究》(第75至96页)。北京:社会科学文献出版社。
  9. 江绍发 (2012). 宗教生活与社会经济发展的关系. 载于晏可佳(编),《巴哈伊的社会发展观》(第96至118页). 香港: 全球文明研究中心.
  10. 江绍发(2010). 家庭 — 构建和谐社会所不可或缺的一个教育机构。 载于吴元贵(编),《心灵教育 — 探讨巴哈伊新视角》(第42至66页)。香港:博学出版社。
  11. 江绍发 (2010). 构建内心和谐与繁荣社会的七大原则。载于蔡德贵(编),《宗教与内心和谐 — 追求内心和谐学术研讨会》(第14至23页)。香港:博学出版社。
  12. 江绍发 (2010). 借助科学与宗教重新审视管理学的人性预设. 载于国家宗教事务局宗教研究中心、巴哈伊教澳门总会(编),《共建和谐:科学、宗教与发展研讨会文集》 (第473至494页). 澳门:新纪元国际出版社。
  13. Kong, S.H. (1996) ‘A Brief Excursion to the Corporate Culture of Japanese Firms’, in Umezawa, T., Kong, S.H. and Noronha, C. (eds.) The dynamic impact of culture on organization, Macau: Macau Foundation, pp. 53-81.
  1. “反思當今索取文化的關鍵假設”,宗教與可持續發展國際論壇,(南京,2016年12月12-13日
  2. “在新興給予文化背景下理解簡素生活”, 第四屆尼山世界文明論壇,(山東曲阜,2016年11月16-17日)
  3. “Harnessing the Power of Conversation in Community Building”, Asian Consortium, HongKong Polytechnic University, 27 September 2015.
  4. “正義為照耀大同世界的光”,大同思想與人類未來學術研討會 (山東,曲阜聖源書院),2014年10月25日
  5. “儒學和巴哈伊信仰眼裡的真正財富”,第三届尼山世界文明论坛 (山东,济南),2014年5月22日
  6. “Revisiting the Managerial Assumptions of Human Nature with the Aid of Science and Religion”, Shanghai International Conference on Social Science (Shanghai, China), August 2011
  7. “Revisiting the premise of some common economic thoughts through the lens of a religion”, Religion and Economic Crisis Academic Symposium (HongKong, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies of Chinese University of HongKong), November 2009
  8. “品質管理學的若干假設”,第三屆泛珠地區品質論壇及第十三屆香港品質管理大會 (澳門),2009年3月.
  9. Kong, S.H. (2002) ‘The Transformation of State-owned Enterprises (SOE): will it happen at all?’, in Azali, M. et al (eds.) Asia Pacific Economic and Business Conference Proceedings Vol. 1, pp. 345-355.
  10. Kong, S.H. (2001) ‘Exploring a Chinese Organizational Culture in the Time of Economic Transition’, in Ramayah, T. et al (eds.) The 4th Asian Academy of Management Conference 2001 Proceedings Vol. 2, pp. 769-780.
  1. Making sense of organizational life through organizational stories: a Case of Chinese organization
  • PhD Students
    • Supervising doctoral dissertations in the areas of “managerial assumptions” and “Managers’ intellectual framework”
  • Master Students
    • Supervising Master theses in the areas of “organizational culture”, “managerial capabilities”, “managerial values” and “institutional capability building”