|Xiaohua Yang||x3.yang AT qut.edu.au|
Ph.D. 1996. School of Business, University of Kansas, USA.
International Business/Strategic Management.
M.S. 1989. College of Business Administration, Iowa State University, USA. Marketing/International Business.
B.A. 1983. Shanghai University of International Studies, China. English Literature.
中山大學 企管系 客座教授
Consultant to firms in Australia, America and China in developing international market entry strategies.
Assistant coordinator, Executive Management Workshops in China
sponsored by Iowa State University.
Adviser to the Mayor of Mason City, Iowa on the establishment of sister-city relationship with Wenzhou, China.
Research operator, Unisys Corporation. Researched information on Medicare cases for data analysis.
Senior Lecturer, International Business, School of Management, Queensland University of Technology, 2004-Present.
Visiting Associate Professor, National Sun Ye-Sun University, Taiwan, Fall 2006.
Coordinator, 2004-2005 China Study Tour, QUT, School of International Business.
Assistant Professor, International Business, School of Business, Bond
University, Australia, 1998-2004.
Co-leader (with Dr. Rosita Dellios), overseas study programs in China.
Assistant Professor, International Business, Alfred North Whitehead College, University of Redlands, the U.S. Fall 1995 -1998.
Director, International Business Programs, Whitehead College, 1995-1998.
Director, University of Redlands' Cambridge/INSTEP Program, England.
Co-Leader (with Nussara Smith), Workshop on "Developing Market Entry Strategies for Queensland Businesses with State Development of Queensland, 1998.
Co-leader (with Dr. Jim Lew), Workshop on How to Teaching BUAD 339 International Business and Economics, 1996.
Co-Leader (with Dr. Jim Spee), Workshop on Using Effective Teaching Tools in International Business Courses.
Instructor, organizational behavior, University of Kansas, spring 1992-Spring 1995.
Teaching assistant, Professor Joe Reitz, organizational behavior, University of Kansas, fall 1991.
Adjunct instructor, marketing, Des Moines Area Community College, fall 1989.
Teaching assistant, Professor John Wong, marketing, Iowa State University 1986-1987.
Teaching assistant, Professor John Wacker, production operations, Iowa State University, summer 1987.
Instructor, English, Hangzhou Institute of Electronics Engineering, 1983-1986.
1.Internationalization of firms, International R&D strategic alliances,
2.Expatriate performance management, corporate social responsibility across borders, and cross-cultural management.
International business, global business strategy, cross-cultural negotiation, and doing business in Asia at postgraduate, Executive MBA and undergraduate levels.