Does Leader Integrity Influence Employee Creativity? What if the integrity of the manager-leader boosted creativity and innovation among the employees in the organisation? Professors He Peng, School of Management Fudan University, and Feng Wei, Tongji University, explore.
China: The influence of accounting firms on their clients’ conduct – Professors Qinqin Zheng, School of Management Fudan University and Zhiqiang Li, China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong, research the impact of accounting firms on their clients’ moral or immoral behaviour.
The Shared Employee: Helping companies and employees cope with the pandemic challenge – Caiyuan Gao, School of Management Fudan University, looks at employee sharing during the pandemic in China – an alternative way to avoid lay-offs during crisis.
Ethics & Compliance Management in Firms: How to make it effective by Qinqin Zheng. Learning objective: Explore the adopt-implement choice in ethics & compliance management and transfer best practice to your company in order to implement a solid and effective ethics and compliance management system.
Prof. Qinqin Zheng, School of Management Fudan University, with co-researchers Profs. Ajai Gaur, Rutgers Business School, and Koustab Ghosh, Indian Institute of Management, explore why Asian organisations adopt ethics & compliance management within their CSR and, more importantly, if and how they implement it.
By Tom Gamble. Related research: Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Asian ﬁrms: a strategic choice perspective of ethics and compliance management, Ajai Gaur, Koustab Ghosh and Qinqin Zheng. Journal of Asia Business Studies, DOI 10.1108/JABS-03-2019-0094 VOL. 13 NO. 4 2019.
Employees giving voice to opinions and suggestions is risky but beneficial to an organisation. Professor He Peng from School of Management Fudan University analyses what makes employees go silent and […]
Xiaoxiang Chen, undergraduate student at School of Management Fudan University, Fudan winner of the CoBS student article competition 2019, critically analyses the issue of migration from a China perspective.
Trinity College Dublin Business School, Ireland, becomes the 6th member of the Council on Business & Society, joining ESSEC Business School (France, Singapore, Morocco), Keio Business School (Japan), FGV-EAESP (Brazil), School of Management Fudan University (China) and Warwick Business School (UK) who joined the Responsible Leadership Alliance in June 2018. Trinity, one of the oldest and most respected educational institutions in the world, is home to Trinity Business School, very active in educational innovations at the crossroads of business and society, with a brand new campus in the heart of Dublin, and a very ambitious and bright future ahead of it.
Prof Qinqin Zheng of School of Management Fudan University and Prof Yadong Luo of University of Miami analyse the differences between Western and Eastern management philosophies to propose a solution to manage complexity in the post-modern era.
Professor Qiying Hu, School of Management Fudan University, and fellow researchers Jiguang Chen, School of Management, Shandong University, and Jing-Sheng Song, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, share their research into the CSR benefits of win-win supply chain management.