||:||Best Teaching Award, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thailand|
||:||Phi Beta Gamma International Scholars Society, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA.|
||:||Full Ph.D. Scholarship, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA.|
||:||Sigma Iota Epsilon Honor Society, University of Dallas, Irving, TX, USA.|
Supply Chain Resilience, Social Media for Business, Corporate Social Responsibility, Supply Chain Management, Healthcare Logistics, Strategic Management, MNE and International Strategies, and Entrepreneurial Intention
Strategic management focuses on the management process involving strategic formulation, strategic implementation, and control. The goal is to continuously assess the organization’s external factors (e.g., economy, politics, competitors) and internal factors (e.g., human resources, financial resources, core competencies) in order to create and sustain competitive advantages. This field of study explains how and why some firms outperform others.
Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) deal with a relatively higher level of uncertainty and changes than pure domestic firms due to the additional global macroenvironmental factors that can have significant impacts on these firms’ strategies and performance. As such, MNEs’ strategic fomulation, implementation, and control processes are much more complex. Global trends and events must also be taken into consideration by the MNE top-level management when developing strategies to compete globally.
Entrepreneurial intentions refer to the entrepreneurs’ determination to start new business ventures. The study of entrepreneurial intentions enables entrepreneurship researchers to better understand and predict entrepreneurial activities. As a result, policy makers can improve policies to promote and support entrepreneurship for economic growth and development. The entrepreneurs can also benefit from a better understanding of their own motivations.