Dr LO, Man-fung
LO, Man-keung Jack <br>羅文強

Lecturer 講師

BBA (H.K.U.S.T.); MSc [PolyU (H.K.)]; MA (City H.K.); DBA (Newcastle); PgDipEd (H.K.); MACS (Snr) CP; CITPNZ; I.S.P.; ITCP; GStat (ASA); GStat (SSAI); CMgr; C.Mgr.; PMgr; CPMgr; AFAIM; CMALT; CMRS; RQM; PCD; FBCS; FIOM; FLPI; FCollT; FRSA; FICS; FAOQ; FAIA (Acad); FCIEA; FCES; FHEA; MACM; MIET; MAustMS; MIMA
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Teaching and Scholarly Interests
  • Computer Networking
  • Database Systems Management
  • Decision Analysis
  • Knowledge Management
  • Operations Management
  • Quality Management
  • Statistics and Data Analysis
  • Survey Sampling
  • Systems Analysis and Development

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Dr Lo attained his BBA, major in Information Systems, from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has further received a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Liberal Studies) from The University of Hong Kong, a Master of Science in Information Systems from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a Master of Arts in Quantitative Analysis for Business from City University of Hong Kong. Besides, he received the Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Newcastle, Australia.

Prior to joining PolyU SPEED, Dr Lo had worked at various institutions, including The University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, The Open University of Hong Kong, Vocational Training Council and SAS Institute Inc.  Besides teaching, he is also engaged in research and consultancy projects.  His primary research interests are in the areas of knowledge management, absorptive capacity, quality management and learning technology.  He is also the reviewer for several journals including the International Journal of Business and Management.  In the past, Dr Lo had been invited to be the external adviser and the external examiner of two local post-secondary institutes.  At PolyU SPEED, he conducts teaching in the areas of business management, information technology, and statistics and data science.