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Ang Gao

  • Release date:2013-09-13 09:20:00


 

Name

GAO ANG

Year of Birth

1985-04

Department

Organization and Human Resource Management

Phone No.

8610-68914184

Email

gaoang@bit.edu.cn

Address

School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, 5 South Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing

Zip Code

100081

Introduction

2007- 2013, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, BEIJING, CHINA                                                              

Doctor in Management, School of Economics & Management

 

2010- 2011, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE, US

Doctoral Joint-training Program, Foster School of Business

 

2003- 2007, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, BEIJING, CHINA

Bachelor in Economics, School of Economics & Management

Experiences

2013-Present, BEIJING INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BEIJING, CHINA

Research Interests

Paternalistic Leadership; Creativity; Organizational Culture

Selected Publications

Publication:

[1] Baiyin Yang & Ang Gao (2013). Identifying effective approaches to innovation management and innovative performance. Science Research Management (in Chinese).

[2] Ang Gao, Qing Qu, Baiyin Yang, & Xiaoran Zhao (2013). The effect of aternalistic leadership on team performance: The moderating role of leader’s competency. Science of Science and Management of S & T, in press (in Chinese).

[3] Lu Chen, Ang Gao, Baiyin Yang, & Runtian Jing(2013). Can paternalistic leadership stimulate creativity? The role of psychological empowerment and value orientation. Chinese Journal of Management (in Chinese).

[4] Qing Qu & Ang Gao. How dose Person-Organization value fit influence employees’ attitude and performance? An empirical study based on competing value framework. Nankai Business Review, under review (in Chinese).

[5] Baiyin Yang, Ang Gao & Lu Chen (2013). A paternalistic entrepreneur: ZPMC CEO Guan Tongxian. Case for Harvard Business School, in press (in English & Chinese).

[6] Ang Gao, Baiyin Yang, & Ting-Ju Chiang. Paternalistic leadership and subordinates effectiveness: A meta-analysis review. Management and Organization Review (SSCI), under review.

 

Book Chapter:

[1] Qing Qu & Ang Gao (2012). Organizational culture of Lenovo Group. The Best Practice of Lenovo Group (in Chinese).

[2] Qing Qu & Ang Gao (2011). Organizational culture of Shenhua Shendong Coal Group Corporation Limited. The Best Practice of Shendong (in Chinese).

Research Projects

2012 – Present, Participator, Strategic Leadership in Chinese Context: Theoretical Models and Validity of Collective Leadership. Sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation of China

 

2010 - 2011, Participator, Foster MBA Leadership Development. Sponsored by Center of Strategic Thinking and Leadership at University of Washington

 

2008 - 2011, Participator, Organizational Culture: A Multilevel Analysis of Organizational Innovation. Sponsored by National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation

 

2008 - 2010, Participator, Chinese Management Research. Sponsored by Development Research Center of the State Council, China Enterprise Confederation, & Tsinghua University

Prizes and Honors

12th Chinese Science and Technology Appraisal Conference, Best Paper