- Associate Professor of Managing People in Organizations
Ph.D. in Management, HEC, University of Lausanne
Master in International Business, National Taiwan University
Bachelor in International Trade, National Taiwan University
Areas of Interest
* Cross-cultural management & cultural identities and competences
* Person-environment fit
* Leadership in multicultural teams
* Human resource management: selection and training issues
One of Prof. Lee's papers on culture and the person-environment fit, titled "Satisfaction and Individual Preference for Structuring: What is Fit Depends on Where You Are From," won the Best International Paper Award of the Organizational Behavior Division at the 2006 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, and was one of the three finalists of the academy-wide Carolyn Dexter Award. In addition to papers published in scientific journals such as Personality and Individual Difference, Prof. Lee also co-edited the books Les compétences culturelles (cultural competences, L'Harmattan, 2007), and the Cultural Contexts of Human Resource Development (Palgrave, 2009). He participates actively in research activities in cross-cultural comparative studies, cultural identities and cultural competences, and leadership in multicultural teams. He is also passionate about developing endemic cultural knowledge of the Chinese business context.
Prof. Lee is ad-hoc reviewer for journals such as Leadership Quarterly, Organization Studies, and Management and Organization Review, among others. He is a member of the editorial board of the Revue économique et sociale, and also member of the Academy of Management, the Association of Psychological Science, the European Group of Organizational Studies, the Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, the Association francophone de gestion des ressources humaines (Francophone Association of Human Resources Management) and the Association internationale du management stratégique (International Association of Strategic Management).