The Transformation of Huawei: Commentary on Flexibility, Adaptation and Leadership
Zhang, Y. (2020). The Transformation of Huawei: Commentary on Flexibility, Adaptation, and Leadership, in Xiaobo Wu, Johann Peter Murmann, Can Huang and Bin Guo (Eds.) The Management Transformation of Huawei: From Humble Beginnings to Global Leadership. Cambridge University Publication Press. Together with Arie Y. Lewin and Liisa Välikangas. ISBN-13: 978-1108426435
Covid 19 and Herd Immunity? The War between the Human and the Virus
Zhang, Y. (2020) COVID 19 and Herd Immunity? The War between the Human and the Virus. Harvard Business Review. Special Issue. forthcoming
Covid-19, Globalization, and Humanity
Zhang, Y. (2020) Covid-19, Globalization, and Humanity. Harvard Business Review, China, Special Issue. China Management Mentor Program. April 6, 2020.
Taking Humanity Into The Equation of Human Intelligence And Artificial Intelligence
Zhang, Y. (2020) Human Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, and Humanity. Harvard Business Review, Special Issue, China Management Mentor Program, forthcoming
Sustainability Development Goal 9 - Industrial Innovation and Infrastructure
[From SDG 17] The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests. In this video/lecture, I will discuss how to use innovation to help industry and infrastructure at the SDG level.
Nothing is More Important Than When You are Inspired and Empowered – An Equality-Based Ecosystem View
From the Editor of HCER: Ying Zhang attributes the differentiating factors that have led to Huawei’s success to ideas in Eastern philosophy. After HCER had accepted Ying’s article for publication, Huawei became the subject of an escalating international controversy. In publishing the article, we express no opinion on this controver- sy, except to note that it could be worth asking whether the organizational characteristics Ying’s article describes should have or could have avoided the controversy. At our request, Ying has informed us that the article was neither financed nor supported in any way by Huawei.
The Impact of Positive Affect on Entrepreneurial Motivational Outcomes – A Self-regulatory Perspective
We investigate the effect of an overall positive affective state of individuals on motivational—rather than cognitive—outcomes in entrepreneurship. Drawing from a self- regulatory perspective, we emphasize the key role of positive affect in influencing three motivational behaviors in regards to entrepreneurial engagement: direction (intrinsic versus extrinsic orientation), intensity (amount of entrepreneurial effort), and persistence (likelihood of entrepreneurial persistence). We also argue that environmental uncertainty acts as a moderator between positive affect and entrepreneurial motivations. Utilizing a data sample of entrepreneurs from a nationally representative household survey for China, we find support for positive relationships between positive affect on the one hand and intrinsic entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial persistence on the other. We also find support for the hypothesized moderating role of environmental uncertainty regarding these motivational outcomes.
Business and educational entrepreneurship: purpose and future
In this work, I would like to discuss an (imaginable and conscious) possible future of Innovation, by following what we, as humans, have achieved but have concerned about. The paper will focus on innovation in a broader view and argue innovation will create an alternative path for human beings to a new system, and act as an important instrument (besides institutions and the present and transitional system) to resolve tensions between the two spheres of our world (technology and society) and lag between the present and future. This upcoming innovation era could possibly disrupt the resistance of the old set-up of our community and might allow the integration of technology and society to search for the true truth of human identity in this space.
The Way of Huawei is to Inspire & Empower An Equality-based Eco-System View
Huawei’s successful catching-up and its enormous leading force in ICT-DT Sector has been a fact without any doubt. The reason of its success is widely discussed by externals, including media, scholars, and practitioners. As a scholar dedicating to understand catching-up, studying on the founders of study targets (such as Huawei and its founder—Mr. REN Zhengfei)’s speeches chronically is very effective to reveal an alternative insight and sense-making.
Belt Road Initiative (BRI): Views from the Chinese side and European side
Though BRI has been acknowledged as a cross-continent project expected to benefit both sides of the world, the tension and misunderstanding, instead, is, still in dominance, particularly for practitioners to act. I would like to propose my view of solutions from theoretical and practical perspectives. My motivation and hope, is, to offer some insights and implications to my audience, in order to facilitate the process of rethinking about our shared traits — particularly human kind's shared traits in difference-but-in-common.
Three years ago, I received an interview from SAGE Knowledge, about China Business. The video is now online.