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Corporate Governance, Gower Press, London 1984
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The Director's Manual, with Bernard Taylor (eds.), Director Books, Simon and Schuster (with the Institute of Directors, London), Cambridge, 1990
Harnessing Information Power, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong 1993
International Corporate Governance - text, cases and readings, Prentice Hall, Singapore 1994
Bob Tricker was the founding editor of the refereed academic journal Corporate Governance - an international review
Board Games - Thinking strategically is the first rule of all board games,
argues Corporate Governance Architect . Company Secretary, V.12 No.1, Jan 2002.
Empowering Corporate Governance with IT. With Simon Chan, Company Secretary,
Vol. 13, No. 2, Feb 2003.
Strengthening the NGO Governance in Hong Kong – A Methodology in
Outline. with Jay Bal. Corporate Governance International. June 2003. Sweet & Maxwell Asia.
Secretary Journal. March 2007.
The Pearl River Delta in Barry Curnow and Jonathan Reuvid, eds. The International Guide to Management Consultancy. Pp. 478 – 489. Kogan Page. London. 2003. 2nd Edition.
Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta in Barry Curnow and Jonathan Reuvid, eds. The International Guide to Management Consultancy. Pp. 462 – 472. Kogan Page. London. 2001.
The Art in Today’s Corporate Governance, Corporate Governance Asia. First
Quarter, 2008, page 14 – 16.
Averting Family Feuds in the Boardrooms with Advisory Boards, Corporate
Governance Asia, June, 2008. Expert’s Opinion. Pages 6 – 8.
The Missing Link, Company Secretary Journal. July 2008.
Putting Governance Practices to Work, Company Secretary Journal. Jan 2009.
Board’s first action after the Global Financial Tsunami: The 2009 Board’s
Self-Awareness Assessment. with Jill So. Momentum. Spring 2009. The Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies Magazine.
Corporate Governance Insight from the Global Financial Tsunami. Corporate
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Resilience based Corporate Governance, the new Asian Corporate Governance
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Six Lessons in Boardroom Pathology. Six articles published every other month, in
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Joint author of Turning Creativity into Business Opportunities 創意轉商機 (in Chinese), The Management Development Centre of Hong Kong, VTC, 2004 (ISBN 962-7389-79-X).
Building Effective Teams (English) – Authored this 1.5-day long training package complete with tutor’s guide, participant work sheets, hand-outs, and presentation slide masters for the Management Development Centre of Hong Kong, 2002.
More Customers are Coming 客似雲來 (Cantonese) – Authored the script of this 25-minute training video featuring a case study on a hotel’s operation, 1997.
Managing Employee Performance – Led the design and production of this world’s first trilingual (English, Cantonese and Mandarin) CD-ROM interactive management learning programme on performance management, 1997.
Influencing Skills (English) – Authored this trainer’s package providing all the needed material (trainer’s guide, charts, overhead masters, hand-outs, learning activities design, etc.) for running a two-day management programme on the topic, 1997.
Instruction Skills (English) – Authored this trainer’s package providing all the needed material for running a one-day management programme on the topic, 1997.
Discipline (English) – Authored this trainer’s package providing all the needed material for running a one-day management programme on the topic, 1997.
Successful Supervisory Management – Led the design and production of this world’s first trilingual (English, Cantonese and Mandarin) CD-I (compact disc – interactive) interactive management learning program for supervisors, 1996.
Manpower Planning (English and Chinese) – Led the design and production of this computer-based floppy diskette self-learning program introducing the concept and practice of manpower planning in organizations, 1996.
Planning for Your Presentation (English and Chinese) – Led the design and production of this computer-based floppy diskette self-learning program helping supervisors and managers to get better prepared for making effective presentations, 1996.
Cost Benefit Analysis (English and Chinese) – Led the design and production of this computer-based floppy diskette self-learning program introducing supervisors and managers to the basic concept and technique of applying cost benefit analysis in their decision making process, 1996.
Manager as Trainer – As editor of the training manual (in Chinese) of this dual-video cassette trainer’s package, 1992.
Manager Improvement Program/Development Advisory Service – As project leader of this computer-based training program and author of the user manual, in both English and Chinese, published in 1992.
Management by Objectives – As project leader of this computer-based training program and author of the user manual, in both English and Chinese, published in 1992.
The Second Compendium of Hong Kong Cases in Management – As project coordinator and technical adviser of this casebook, published in October 1991.
The Learning Engineer – Continuous Development to Maintain Competence and Competitiveness in the 1990’s – Paper presented at the 1991 Symposium of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.
Management Capability Profile (English and Chinese) – a computer-based competency assessment program with development planning advice, as project leader, 1991.
From a Special Library to an Integrated Information Service – A Case of Organizational Change – Paper presented at the 1990 Hong Kong Library Association – Urban Council Joint Conference held on 23-24 November 1990, subsequently published in the Library Association’s Journal.
Report on the Research into the Job Characteristics and Development Needs of Supervisors in Hong Kong, a survey report published by The Management Development Centre of Hong Kong in early 1989.
Development of Front Line Managers – Problems & Solutions – Paper presented at the 1986 International Management Development Congress held in Hong Kong, January 7-10, 1986.
Employee Relations and Good Management Practice in Hong Kong – Paper presented at the 7th Annual Convention of the Hong Kong Institute of Personnel Management, November 1986.
The Management Development of Company Alpha – A Case Report, published by The Management Development Centre of Hong Kong, 1986.
Supervisory Management Programs in Hong Kong – Study Report – Published by The Management Development Centre of Hong Kong, 1985.
Supervisory Training and Development in Hong Kong – Paper presented at the Supervisory Development Training Program organized by the Asian Productivity Organization at Lahore, Pakistan, 2-24 March, 1984.
Small Enterprises in Hong Kong and Their Training Needs – Journal of The Chinese Executives’ Club of the Hong Kong Management Association, 1984 (in Chinese).
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