Prof. Chang’s research focuses on human resource management (e.g. human capital, artificial intelligence management, strategic employee management and workplace behaviour). His research reputation and evidence of knowledge transfer has demonstrated via 2008RAE/2013REF/REF2021, invited workshops/keynote speakers and 100s publications. He has presented papers at conferences in fifteen different countries around the world. His research projects have theoretical implications for academic knowledge and contribute to the evolution of human resource theories. Moreover, in order to promote the research impact, Prof. Chang has worked closely with press medias and commented on employee behaviour and management related issues.
Salford News Office, http://staff.salford.ac.uk/newsitem/6810
Aerospace Manufacturing, https://www.aero-mag.com/understaffing-causes-stress-but-managers-can-help/
BBC Nottingham and British Psychological Society, https://www.bps.org.uk/events/british-psychological-societys-annual-conference-2018