This is the web page of the Social Science and Humanities track of the ABCP 2022 Annual Conference, to be held on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July 2022.

PROGRAMME


Day 1: Friday 1st July 2022

  • Themes 1 & 2 will be held in parallel.
  02:00-05:00pm Theme 1: People, Innovation, Entrepreneurship (Virtual: Zoom link OR Meeting ID = 846 6416 6279 + Passcode = 353806),
Chaired by Professor Xiao Ma, Nottingham Trent University, UK and Dr Ahmed Mostafa, University of Leeds, UK
02:00-02:20pm How to Improve SMEs’ Innovation Performance?
Dr Senmao Xia, Coventry University
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Dr Senmao Xia

Abstract: To be added.

02:20-02:40pm Human Resource Management Practices and NHS Ethnic Minorities Colleagues Wellbeing
Dr Ahmed Mostafa, Professor Lynda Jiwen Song, Dr Aleksandra Irnazarow and Dr Sonya Lin, University of Leeds, UK
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Abstract: To be added.

02:40-03:00pm How Does Job Embeddedness Influence Their Performance: The Roles of Organisational Commitment and Urban Identity of Migrant Workers in China?
Dr Yu Fu, Lancaster University, UK
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Dr Yu Fu

Abstract: To be added.

03:00-03:15pm Discussion and Break
03:15-03:35pm Culture and the Way of Granting Job Autonomy: Goal or Execution
Dr Feng Jiang, University of Greenwich, UK
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Dr Feng Jiang

Abstract: To be added.

03:35-03:55pm The Effect of Customer Pressure on Environmental Initiatives and Internationalisation’, and not ‘Dissecting the Effect of Family Business Exposure on Entrepreneurial Implementation Intention
Dr Adah Emmanuel Onjewu, University of Wolverhampton, UK
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Dr Adah Emmanuel Onjewu

Abstract: To be added.

03:55-04:15pm When Do Serial Entrepreneurs Become Innovative?
Dr Honglan Yu, University of Huddersfield, UK
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Dr Honglan Yu

Abstract: To be added.

04:15-04:35pm Finding USP in Entrepreneurship Education and Practice – A Journey to a UK’s Top Ranked Entreprenuership MSc Programme
Professor Xiao Ma, Nottingham Trent University
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Professor Xiao Ma

Bio: Xiao Ma is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Management at Nottingham Business School, and the Director of the Centre for Business and Industry Transformation – CBIT. He is an internationally recognised thought-leader and educator in entrepreneurship, business transformation, and digital economy. He co-created the No. 1 ranked entrepreneurship programme in the UK (Eduniversal Best Master’s rankings in 2021).

As the CBIT director, he leads the scaling of an integrated approach in bringing together industry transformation research, disruptive business practice, and personalised education. His has led innovative businesses to fast-track growth to disrupt industry “norms”, including some Fortune 500 companies and many PLCs listed in US, China, Japan and Singapore.

Informed by industry challenges, he has led the augmentation of the existing research base in new business models and digital economy, through a portfolio of high impact research projects.

He is a seasoned innovator and entrepreneur, a 5-time founder to start, grow and exit ventures in Europe and Asia. His latest exit, the Hub of All Things, is recognised by UK’s House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence as one of the platforms that truly enables personal data driven personalised AI. The commercial arm, DataSwift, has been backed by top VCs in the UK and named one of the hottest technology companies to watch.

04:35-05:00pm Discussion and Break
  02:00-05:00pm Theme 2: Cross-Disciplinary Research (Virtual: Zoom link OR Meeting ID = 882 6559 5541 + Passcode = 913963),
Chaired by Professor Shengfeng Qin, Northumbria University, UK and Dr Lifong Zou, Queen Mary University of London, UK
02:00-02:20pm Inclusive Smart Retail Design for Older Customer in the UK
Dr Yuanyuan Yin, University of Southampton, UK
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Dr Yuanyuan Yin

Abstract: To be added.

02:20-02:40pm Data Science in HRM
Dr Wen Wang, University of Leicester, UK
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Dr Wen Wang

Abstract: To be added.

02:40-03:00pm Post-Digital Museums: New Routes to Engagement and Participation with Digital Technologies
Dr Jiayi Jin, Northumbria University, UK
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Dr Jiayi Jin

Abstract: To be added.

03:00-03:15pm Discussion and Break
03:15-03:35pm Developing Data-Driven Solutions in NHS – What Are the Realities?
Dr Weizi (Vicky) Li, University of Reading, UK
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Dr Weizi (Vicky) Li

Abstract: To be added.

03:35-03:55pm Feedback on COVID-19 Communicative Intervention Design
Professor Qian (Sarah) Gong, University of Leicester, UK
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Professor Qian (Sarah) Gong

Abstract: To be added.

03:55-04:15pm Crowdsourcing and Digital Twins for Advanced Service Innovation
Professor Shengfeng Qin, Northumbria University, UK
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Professor Shengfeng Qin

Abstract: To be added.

04:15-04:35pm Re-Engineering of Digitalised Human Resource Management Practice: A New Look of Gig Worker Identities
Dr Sam Boran Li, University of Leeds, UK
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Dr Sam Boran Li

Abstract: To be added.

04:35-05:00pm Discussion and Break

Day 2: Saturday 2nd July 2022 (Virtual: Zoom Connection)

  01:30-02:15pm Keynote (Virtual: Zoom link OR Meeting ID = 868 8123 6420 + Passcode = 651075),
Chaired by Professor Qihai Huang, University of Huddersfield, UK
01:30-02:15pm Title to be announced
Professor Rachael Jack, University of Glasgow, UK
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Professor Rachael Jack

Abstract: To be added.

  • Themes 3 & 4 will be held in parallel.
  02:15-05:00pm Theme 3: Leadership, Innovation and Future Development (Virtual: Zoom link OR Meeting ID = 868 8123 6420 + Passcode = 651075),
Chaired by Professor Wing Lam, University of Manchester, UK
02:15-02:35pm Am I Enabling My Abusive Supervisor?
Professor Wing Lam, University of Manchester, UK
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Professor Wing Lam

Abstract: To be added.

02:35-02:55pm Filling the Secrecy Vacuum: How Perceived Leader Secrecy Invites Gossip and Feedback Seeking
Yating Wang, Rui Zhong, Dr Jingxian Yao, National University of Singapore, Singapore
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Abstract: To be added.

02:55-03:15pm Managing Innovation Portfolios: From Project Selection to Portfolio Design
Dr Haijian Si, Professor Stelios Kavadias, Professor Christoph Loch, University of Cambridge, UK
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Abstract: To be added.

03:15-03:30pm Discussion and Break
03:30-03:50pm Why Are There so Few British Chinese University Vice Chancellors and Oxbridge College Masters in the UK
Dr George Lee, Non-Executive Director and Strategic Advisor for Wailian Group, UK
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Dr George Lee

Bio: George is a Fellow at Oxford University’s School of Global and Area Studies, PhD and MA at Trinity College, University of Cambridge.

George is the highest-ranking officer of Chinese origin in the Metropolitan Police, as Sector Commander. Since leaving the Metropolitan Police, George has had a successful career in business, serving as Senior Vice-President of T-Mobile and Senior Partner with Chaucer Consulting. He is also the former Managing Director at Logica, Vodafone, and Wipro. He launched Egg, UK’s first internet bank, Trainline.com, and Vodafone Life (the first smartphone and multi-media service in the world that has transformed the way we communicate on the move and ushered in the Digital Age)

George stood for Parliament in 2010 (Conservative) and 2019 (LibDem) and he was the first Chinese in Ministry of Defence, UK Police, and Parliamentary Candidate. He is the Non-Executive Director and Strategic Advisor for Wailian Group.

03:50-04:10pm Digital Humans: Value Propositions and Limitations
Dr Araz Zirar, University of Huddersfield, UK
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Dr Araz Zirar

Abstract: To be added.

  02:15-05:00pm Theme 4: Cross-Disciplinary Research (Virtual: Zoom link OR Meeting ID = 820 6097 5628 + Passcode = 373514),
Chaired by Dr Yujie Cai, SKEMA Business School, France and Professor Huiyu Zhou, University of Leicester, UK
02:15-02:35pm Human Factors in Coal Mining Accidents in China
Dr Yujie Cai, SKEMA Business School, France
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Dr Yujie Cai

Abstract: To be added.

02:35-02:55pm Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence in Design
Dr Pan Wang, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
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Dr Pan Wang

Abstract: To be added.

02:55-03:15pm Digital Inclusion and the Place of Human Labour in AI
Professor Julie Yujie Chen, University of Toronto, Canada
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Professor Julie Yujie Chen

Abstract: To be added.

03:15-03:30pm Discussion and Break
03:30-03:50pm Tools Serving Innovation at Heritage Sites – VISTA AR
Professor Jian Chang, Bournemouth University, UK
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Professor Jian Chang

Abstract: To be added.

03:50-04:10pm Unstructured Data Mining in Finance Applications
Dr Xingjie Wei, University of Leeds, UK
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Dr Xingjie Wei

Abstract: To be added.

04:10-04:30pm Bodyless Body: Dunhuang Dance and Virtual Theatre
Chenchen Lu, Harvard University, USA
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Chenchen Lu

Abstract: To be added.

04:30-04:50pm A Framework of Socio Technical Ontology Based Security Automation for Digital Railway Systems
Dr Hongmei (Mary) He, De Montfort University, UK
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Dr Hongmei (Mary) He

Abstract: To be added.

04:50-05:00pm Discussion and Break

ORGANISING COMMITTEE