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Feng Li
Cass Business School

Background

Before joining Cass Business School, Feng was Chair of e-Business Development for 10 years at Newcastle University Business School, where he held various senior management responsibilities as a Member of the Business School Executive Team, including Director of Business Engagement (with special responsibility for Newcastle Science City), Director of Teaching & Learning; Subject Group Leader for Management (40+ academics); and Director of Business Development. Before this, he was Lecturer/Senior Lecturer and Director of Postgraduate Research at Department of Management Science, Strathclyde University Business School.

He has successfully supervised 9 PhD/DBAs to completions; and examined 12 PhD/DBAs in different institutions. - See more at: http://bunhill.city.ac.uk/research/cassexperts.nsf/(smarturl)/F.Li#sthash.wRHo6K1C.dpufBefore joining Cass Business School, Feng was Chair of e-Business Development for 10 years at Newcastle University Business School, where he held various senior management responsibilities as a Member of the Business School Executive Team, including Director of Business Engagement (with special responsibility for Newcastle Science City), Director of Teaching & Learning; Subject Group Leader for Management (40+ academics); and Director of Business Development. Before this, he was Lecturer/Senior Lecturer and Director of Postgraduate Research at Department of Management Science, Strathclyde University Business School.

Feng's research investigates the use of digital technologies (ICTs) to facilitate strategic innovation and organisational transformation in different sectors and domains. He is particularly interested in emerging strategies, business models and organisational designs in the digital economy, working closely with leading businesses in banking, telecom, manufacturing, retailing, the creative industries, and the public and voluntary sectors. His research on internet banking, telecom value networks and pricing models, and sustainable business models for assisted living technologies and services, were widely reported by the online and offline media, such as Telegraph, Financial Times, BBC and Sky News.

Before joining Cass Business School, Feng was Chair of e-Business Development for 10 years at Newcastle University Business School, where he held various senior management responsibilities as a Member of the Business School Executive Team, including Director of Business Engagement (with special responsibility for Newcastle Science City), Director of Teaching & Learning; Subject Group Leader for Management (40+ academics); and Director of Business Development. Before this, he was Lecturer/Senior Lecturer and Director of Postgraduate Research at Department of Management Science, Strathclyde University Business School.

He has successfully supervised 9 PhD/DBAs to completions; and examined 12 PhD/DBAs in different institutions

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