Dr. Jean Lee is an Associate Professor in the Department of Organizational Behavior, Faculty of Business Administration, at the National University of Singapore. She received her B.A. from the National University of Singapore, and her M.ED and Ph.D from the University of Massachusetts. A/P Lee's research interests are in the field of cross-cultural management, women in management and Chinese management. Her research articles have been published in international and regional journals and proceedings of international conferences. From 1990-1995, she was the Associate Editor of the Asia Pacific Journal of Management, published by the Faculty of Business Administration. She has also served on the Editorial Board of the International Employment Review, and as a reviewer for various international journals. A/P Lee is actively involved in management consulting and training in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Taiwan and Singapore. She has developed a Management CD-ROM "The Art of People Management" in both English and Chinese. She is actively involved in the Executive Development Programs organized by the Faculty. A/P Lee is currently the Program Director of the Asia-Pacific Executive MBA Program (Chinese).
Dr. Kathleen Campbell is an Associate Professor in the Department of Organisational Behaviour at the National University of Singapore. She has been at NUS for over seven years. She received her doctorate in psychology from Purdue University in the United States and prior to coming to Singapore, she taught at the University of Iowa, Bowling Green State University (Ohio) and Duke University. Dr. Campbell's research interests center on work and family issues, the adjustment of expatriates, women in management and psychological factors important for performance. Her work has been published in leading international journals and she has presented her research at conferences in the United States, Taiwan, Beijing, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Ireland.
Dr. Campbell has been involved in executive development programs in the United States and in Singapore in the areas of human resource management, cultural awareness and career development. She is a licensed psychologist (United States) and is a member of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, the National Council on Family Relations and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
Dr. Audrey Chia is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the Faculty of Business Administration, National University of Singapore (NUS). Having served as Area Coordinator of Human Behaviour for the NUS Core Curriculum, she is currently Vice Dean of the successor program, the University Scholars Program. She obtained her Ph.D. in 1995 from the University of Texas at Austin. Her first degree was from the National University of Singapore, in Philosophy and Literature.
Dr. Chia's research has been published in international journals and presented at conferences in the United States and Asia. Her research draws its inspiration from multiple disciplines. She has studied belief change among scientists, analysing their responses to data from psychological, sociological and philosophical perspectives. Her earlier research examined how people make decisions in legal and ethical contexts. She co-authored a paper on the influence of statistics from DNA evidence on judgements of guilt or innocence. This paper has been cited in several criminal trials, among them the trial of O.J. Simpson. Her current research focuses on the effects of Singapore's economic internationalisation on employees, their families and employers, and on the effects of cultural variables on decision-making.