Michael's professional interest is teaching management and international
business at both undergraduate and graduate levels and conducting research in those two
disciplines. 

-BA from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies in People's Republic China -MBA
from Gonzaga University -MPA from Eastern Washington University -Doctor of Business
Administration from Cleveland State University. 

Dr. Zhang has presented papers at various national and international academic conferences
including Academy of Management Meetings, Decision Sciences Institute Meetings, Global
Management & Information Technology Research Conference, Asia Pacific Conference on
Information Management, and Conference on Trends in Global Business. He also published
articles in such academic journals as Jorunal of Management, Journal of Engineering and
Technology Management, Journal of Managerial Issues, International Journal of Knowledge
Management, European Journal of Innovation Management, and Journal of Business
Strategies. 

Articles

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Firm-Level Performance Impact of IS Support for Product Innovation, Business Faculty Publications (2011)

This paper seeks to assess the bottom-line (profitability) impact of information systems support for product...

 

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Can Firms Improve Their Bottom-Line Performance From Providing Information Systems Support for Strategic Decision Making?, Business Faculty Publications (2010)

While information systems (IS) have long been designed and used to support strategic decision making...

 

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An Empirical Assessment of the Performance Impacts of IS Support for Knowledge Transfer, Business Faculty Publications (2007)

While a great deal has been written about how information systems (IS) can be deployed...

 

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Assessing the Performance Impacts of Information Systems From the Resource-Based Perspective: An Empirical Test of the Indirect Effect of the IS, Business Faculty Publications (2007)

Research into the strategic impacts of information systems (IS) from the resource-based view of competitive...

 

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Information Systems (IS) Connectivity As A Moderator Of The Effects Of IS Support for Information Interpretation on Firm Performance: An Empirical Study, Business Faculty Publications (2007)

This study examined and tested the roles of information systems (IS) connectivity in influencing the...

 

Contributions to Books

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IS Support for Knowledge Management and Firm Performance: An Empirical Study, Business Faculty Publications (2009)

While a great deal has been written about how information systems (IS) can be deployed...