Louie Wong is a Professor at NUCB Business School, Graduate School of Management. He is an active researcher and educator with extensive teaching, research, and industry experience. Before joining NUCB Business School, Louie was a Visiting Fellow at City University of Hong Kong. In the last 15 years, Louie has designed and taught various undergraduate and graduate business courses in Hong Kong and Japan. Louie's research interests include management information systems, digital transformation, social media, knowledge management, supply chain management, information security, and action research. He has published his research in prominent international peer-reviewed journals and proceedings of conferences. Besides, Louie is also a seasoned business executive with decades of industry experience in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to his academic career, Louie served in various senior management positions at leading multinational companies such as Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), Compaq, Check Point Technologies, and Citrix. His last industry position was the Chief Marketing Officer of a listed company in the new media industry. Louie received his Ph.D. degree in Information Systems from City University of Hong Kong. He also holds an MBA degree, a Bachelor and a Master of Science degrees in Computer Science.
Management Information Systems, Digital Transformation, Knowledge Management, Supply Chain Management, Action Research
Ph.D. City University of Hong Kong
Adopted Globally but Unusable Locally: What Workarounds Reveal about Adoption, Resistance, Compliance and Non-Compliance. Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS). 2019.
Knowledge sharing in a global logistics provider: An action research project. Information & Management. 2018, Vol.55, No.5.
R.M. Davison and L.H.M. Wong. Information Systems, Development Approaches and Qualitative Research. ESSEC Publishing, 2018, p.97-100.
Web 2.0 and Communication Processes at Work: Evidence From China. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. 2016, Vol.59, No.3.
Using interactive systems for knowledge sharing : The impact of individual contextual preferences in China. Information & Management. 2016, Vol.53, No.2.
Designing Artifacts for Systems of Information. Information Systems and Global Assemblages, Springer New York LLC. 2014.
The mediating role of Guanxi network and communication performance in transforming Web 2.0 technologies usage to work performance: An empirical study in China. Proceedings of the 25th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 8th - 10th December, Auckland, New Zealand. 2014.
Contextual preferences and network-based knowledge sharing in China. AMCIS 2014 Proceedings. 2014.