Academic Profile : No longer with NTU

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Assoc Prof Wong Sze Sze
Associate Professor, College of Business (Nanyang Business School) - Division of Strategy, International Business & Entrepreneurship
Deputy Head, Division of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship, College of Business (NBS)
Journal Articles
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Wei Qiang, Wong Sze-Sze, Kevin Koh & Tong Yen Hee (2022). Does Board Turnover Enhance Firm Performance? A Contingency Approach. Corporate Governance: An International Review, forthcoming.

Wong Sze-Sze, Boh Wai Fong & Anne Wu (2021). When three’s (good) company: Third party friendships on cooperation across departments. Journal of Management Studies, 58, 389-420.

Josh Keller, Wong Sze-Sze & Shyhnan Liou (2020). How Social Networks Facilitate Collective Responses to Organizational Paradoxes. Human Relations, 73, 401-428.

Boh Wai Fong & Wong Sze-Sze (2015). Managers versus Co-workers as Referents: Comparing Social Influence Effects on Within- and Outside-Subsidiary Knowledge Sharing. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 126, 1-17.

Wong Sze-Sze & Boh Wai Fong (2014). The Contingent Effects of Social Network Sparseness and Centrality on Managerial Innovativeness. Journal of Management Studies, 51, 1180-1203.

Boh Wai Fong & Wong Sze-Sze (2013). Organizational Climate and Manager Effectiveness: Influencing Perceived Usefulness of Knowledge Sharing Mechanisms. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 14, 122-152.

Violet Ho, Wong Sze-Sze & Lee Chay Hoon (2011). A Tale of Passion: Linking Job Passion and Cognitive Engagement to Employee Work Performance. Journal of Management Studies, 48, 26-47.

Wong Sze-Sze & Boh Wai Fong (2010). Leveraging the Ties of Others to Build Managerial Peer Reputation for Trustworthiness. Academy of Management Journal, 53, 129-148.

Violet Ho & Wong Sze-Sze (2009). Knowing Who Knows What and Who Knows Whom: Expertise Recognition, Network Recognition, and Individual Work Performance. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 82, 147-158.

Wong Sze-Sze (2008). Judgments about knowledge importance: The Roles of Social Referents and Network Structure. Human Relations, 61, 11, 1565-1591.

Wong Sze-Sze (2008). Task Knowledge Overlap and Knowledge Variety: The Role of Advice Network Structures and Impact on Group Effectiveness. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29, 591-614.

Wong Sze-Sze, Violet Ho & Lee Chay Hoon (2008). A power perspective to interunit knowledge transfer: Linking knowledge attributes to unit power and the transfer of knowledge. Journal of Management, 34, 127-150.

Wong Sze-Sze, Gerardine DeSanctis & Nancy Staundenmayer (2007). The relationship between task interdependency and role stress: A revisit of the job demands-control model. Journal of Management Studies, 44, 284-303.

Wong Sze-Sze (2004). Distal and local group learning: Performance trade-offs and tensions. Organization Science, 15, 645-656.

Wong Sze-Sze & Richard Burton (2000). Virtual teams: What are their characteristics and impact on team performance? The Computational Mathematical and Organizational Theory Journal, 6, 339-360.
Book Chapters
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Richard Bettis & Wong Sze-Sze (2003). Dominant logic, knowledge creation, and managerial choice. In Mark Easterby-Smith and Marjorie A. Lyles (Eds.) Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management (pp. 343-355). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.

Gerardine DeSanctis, Nancy Staudenmayer & Wong Sze-Sze (1999). Interdependence in virtual organizations. In Cary L. Cooper & Denise M. Rousseau (Eds.) Trends in Organizational Behavior (pp. 81-104). New York: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Wong Sze-Sze, Violet Ho & Soon Ang (1997) Analysis of IT job advertisements in the Straits Times (Singapore) and Computerworld (United States). In The IT Profession in Singapore (pp.35-52) Singapore: DPMA and IMARC.