Chaoying TANG

Chinese name: 汤超颖
Title: Professor
Home institution: University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, School of Economics and Management

Zhong guan cun dong lu 80#, qin nian gong yu 7-208, Haidian distriction, Beijing, China

13401026418, tcy@ucas.ac.cn

SDC Research field: Innovation and creativity management
SDC research project(s):

 

Uncovering Business Model Configurations in Danish and Chinese comparative companies

EXTRAORDINARY ACTIVITIES – PROJECT TITLE:

The Influence of Contextual Factors on Business Models: Developing Innovative Business Models Suitable for China

We hereby suggest a set of extraordinary activities relating to promoting activities at SDC. Collaboration within Innovation Management in relation to Business Model Innovation has already been established between Chinese and Danish partners. With these extraordinary activities we wish to increase the visibility of SDC through a set of exploratory workshops aimed at gathering data for the simultaneous purpose of achieving major co-publishing. For this reason, we have included expert knowledge from our international network within the field of internationalisation into these activities.

Project partner(s) in China: Chaoying TANG, Professor, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, School of Economics and Management

Zhong guan cun dong lu 80#, qin nian gong yu 7-208, Haidian distriction, Beijing, China

tcy@ucas.ac.cn

汤超颖

Project partner(s) in Denmark: Christian Nielsen, Professor, Business Model Design Center, Department of Business and Management, Fibigerstræde 11-58, 9220 Aalborg Ø, Denmark

P: +45 99402702   M: +45 61316333   E: chn@business.aau.dk

SDC teaching involvement: Creativity, Business Models and Strategic Planning
Overall research interests: Employee Creativity management, social network and creativity, business model innovation, knowledge and creativity, students creativity training, organizational behaviour and creativity, cross-level study
Publications: Byrge, C., & Tang*, C. Y. (2015). Embodied creativity training: Effects on creative self-efficacy and creative production. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 16, 51-61.

Tang, C. Y. &  Byrge*, C. (2016). Ethnic Heterogeneous Teams Outperform Homogeneous Teams on Well-defined but not Ill-defined Creative Task, 2, 20-30.