Dr. Ignace Ng
MGB Program Director, Professor and Francis G. Winspear Scholar, Human Resources Management and International Business, Asia-Pacific Projects
PhD (1985), MA (1981), BA (1979), Simon Fraser University
|Office: BEC 432|
- Managing Across Cultures
Ignace Ng joined the Gustavson School of Business in 1991 and has been instrumental in the internationalization of the program. He currently serves as the Master of Global Business (MGB) Program Director. Prior to his arrival, he was an associate professor at the University of Saskatchewan. From 1996 to 1998, he was the director of MBA programs.
Chow, I., Ng, I., & Gong, Y.Y. (2012). Risk-taking and relational perspective on turnover intentions. International Journal of Human Resources Management. 23(4), 779-792.
Ng, I. & Dastmalchian A. (2011). Perceived training benefits and training bundles: A Canadian study. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(4), 829-842.
Ng, I., & Chow, I.H. (2005). Does networking with colleagues matter in enhancing job performance? Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 22(4), 405–421.
Chow, I.H., & Ng, I. (2004). The characteristics of chinese personalities (Guanxi): Evidence from Hong-Kong. Organizational Studies, 25(7), 1075–1093.
Dastmalchian, A. & Ng, I. (2001). Effects of ownership and labor unions on safeguard and control rules. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 18(1), 17-24.
- COM 322: Human Resources Management
- COM 420: Labour Relations
- MBA 571: Managing Across Cultures
- MBA 555: Management of People in Organizations II
- IB 418: International Field Study