Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) China, in cooperation with Southern Weekly and AB InBev, are pleased to invite you to attend the Voice of Innovation Forum on Innovative Leadership.
About the forum
There will be three 20-minute keynote speeches and a 30-minute moderated panel discussion as well as a questions and answers session for the audience to interact with the speakers.
Professor Carl F. Fey
Dean of Nottingham University Business School China, Professor of International Business
Prior to joining Nottingham University Business School China, he was a Professor at Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden where among other responsibilities he helped the school start and develop a branch campus in Russia which became a leader in business education in Russia for executive education and EMBA programs on which the school focused. Dean Fey obtained his PhD at the University of Western Ontario’s Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada. His research focuses on international aspects of organisational culture and effectiveness, leadership, strategic human resource management, foreign market entry, mergers and acquisitions, and knowledge transfer.
Mr Jeffrey He
Executive Member of Ningbo Elite Second Generation Association
Mr Jeffrey He is the General Manager of Ningbo Hiwise Smart Technology Co., Ltd, the Executive Member of Ningbo Elite Second Generation Association. Mr Jeffrey He holds an economics degree from Brock University in Canada and a MBA degree from Zhejiang University of Technology. He is a young leader and could share his special experience with young students in leading a huge company.
Mr Frank Wang
Vice President of Legal and Corporate Affairs, AB InBev APAC
Mr Frank Wang holds a bachelor degree in philosophy from Nanjing University and a master degree in law from Catholic University of Leuven, and a PhD in law in Fudan University. He is the Vice President of Legal and Corporate Affairs, AB InBev APAC, and takes charge of AB InBev’s legal affairs, government affairs and public relations in the Asia Pacific Zone. He has been employed in Fortune 500 companies and been committed in the investment, development and communication of Sino-foreign corporate culture and business activities of foreign companies in China since the nineties. He has been actively promoting all-round public welfare activities of multinational companies in fields of environmental protection, education, poverty relief and charity.
Panel discussion moderator
Dr Peter Morgan
Acting Assistant Dean of Nottingham University Business School China, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour