FHSU professor speaks at global business conference in Hong Kong

HAYS, Kan. – Dr. Steven Tam, associate professor of management at Fort Hays State University, recently delivered a keynote speech at the 20th Asia-Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences in Hong Kong.

Tam discussed “Emerging Paradigms in Organizational Learning: Some Useful Insights from a Strategic Standpoint.” In his speech, key findings from his years of research were presented, stressing the importance of human capital and the strategies behind organizational learning as a firm continues to grow. A misalignment between human capital development and firm growth means an ineffective management of the firm, which leads to losing strengths and performance in business.

Tam, having experience with international industry, began teaching strategic management 15 years ago at both undergraduate and MBA levels. During this time, Tam said he saw many young entrepreneurs who “started and flew” and some who “stuck and failed.”

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