Yuen Kay, Evelyn
CHUNG, Yuen Kay, Evelyn Adjunct Associate Professor Department:  Management & Organisation Office:  BIZ2 3-11 Contact:  65-6601-1479 Email:  bizcyk@nus.edu.sg
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    • Gender And Management, Managing Cultural Diversity In The Global Organisation, Collective Leadership
    • Books/Monographs
      • Our Invisible Sisters: Labouring Women, Union Women, (2004), In A. Chin & C.Singam (eds.) Singapore Woman Re-Presented Singapore: Landmark Books
      • Diversity in Singapore, with Landau, J (2001), In M. Patrickson & P. O`Brien (eds) Managing Diversity : An Asian and Pacific Focus, Brisbane: Wiley
      • Conflict and Compliance: Workplace Politics of a Disk-drive Factory in Singapore, (1994), In J. Belanger, P.K. Edwards & L Haiven (eds.) Workplace Industrial Relations and the Global Challenge. New York: ILR Press
      • At the Palace: Researching Gender and Ethnicity in a Chinese Restaurant, (1990), In L. Stanley (ed.) Feminist Praxis London: Routledge
      • Negotiating Target: An Ethnographic Exploration of Women and Work in a High Technology Factory in Singapore, (1988), In Studies in Sexual Politics, Sociology Department,, University of Manchester
    • Conference/Seminars
      • Strategies for training, learning and development in the KBE: The Singapore experience, (2011), Paper presented at the Taiwan Total Quality Training System (TTQS) International Conference, organised by the Council of Labor Affairs` Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training, Taipei, 29 Aug - 2 Sep
      • Before the Next Storm: Wage Restructuring at the Raffles Hotel, with Pangarkar, N (2007), Paper presented at the Asia Pacific Academy of Management & Business (APAMB), with UniSIM, Singapore, 5-8 Mar
      • Gender, Culture and HRM in Singapore, (2005), Paper presented at the HR Practice Forum of the HR Summit, Singapore
      • HRM in the 21st Century, (2005), Paper presented at the Capacity Building Workshop on Change Management for the Royal Civil Service Commission of Bhutan, organised by the Singapore International Foundation, 9-11 May
      • Gendered Cultures: Women, Work and Organisations, (2003), Paper presented at workshop on `Singaporean Women as Mothers, Workers, and Caregivers` co-organised by the Family Studies Programme and Asian Research Institute, NUS
      • The Dialectics of `Migrant`, `Woman`, `Worker`, (1992), Paper presented at the International Colloquium on Migration, Development and Gender in Southeast Asia, organized by the Population Studies Unit, Universiti Malaya, Kuantan, Malaysia
    • Others
      • Timing, Trust and Transparency: wage restructuring at Glaxosmithkline, (2006), In Asian Case Research Journal, Vol 10, No. 2
      • Understanding Diversity in Singapore, (2005), Paper presented, by invitation, to The Diversity Council of The Conference Board (New York) in Bangkok
      • Trade Unions Over 50 Years, (1995), NTUC News Weekly 17 Nov Singapore
    • PhD, Sociology, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 1990
    • MA (With Distinction), Economics & Social Studies, University of Manchester, UK, 1981
    • BA, Social Science, University of the West of England, UK, 1977
    • Adjunct Associate Professor, NUS Business School, 2009 - current
    • Adjunct Assistant Professor, NUS Business School, 2006 - 2009
    • Senior Lecturer (in Teaching), National University of Singapore, 2004 - 2005
    • Head, HRM (Teaching) Unit, National University of Singapore, 2002 - 2004
    • Senior HRM Specialist, National University of Singapore, 2001 - 2004
    • HRM Specialist, National University of Singapore, 1996 - 2001
    • Independent Consultant, Independent, 2008 - current
    • Snr VP, Head, Learning & Development, APME, Citi Private Bank, 2006 - 2007
    • Training in HRM functions, Bax Global, (through NUS)
    • Training in Strategic HRM, Sime Darby, (through NUS)
    • Public program of the Office of Executive Education, Strategic HRM
    • Training in team development, AP Moller-Maersk, (through NUS)
    • Training in team development and cross-cultural management, DHL, (through NUS)
    • Training in leadership, emotional intelligence and whole-brain communication, Citi Private Bank
    • Curriculum Development, Universitas 21
    • Commisioned case studies on wage restructuring, National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), Singapore
    • Subject matter expertise on diversity in Singapore, The Diversity Council, The Conference Board (New York)

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