Stening, Bruce

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Overall review
Bruce Stening is a professor in the Vlerick Business School. He is based at the China Center for Economic Research in the National School of Development at Peking University where he is the Vlerick International Dean of the BiMBA Program.
For over thirteen years he was a professor in The Australian National University in Canberra where he was the Executive Director of the National Graduate School of Management and, later, the Associate Dean (Research) in the College of Business and Economics. 
Major research fields
Most of his research has focussed on organizational behaviour and human resource management in the context of international business in East Asia, including: Management behaviour, Adaptation of expatriate managers to foreign cultures, Cross-cultural studies of managerial attitudes and behaviour, Ethical issues in international business, Cultural intelligence, Business in China, Selection and training of expatriate managers.
Educational background
He has a PhD in organizational behavior and is a member of several professional organizations, including the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, the International Association of Applied Psychology, the Academy of Management, the International Association for Chinese Management Research, and the Academy of International Business. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
Working experiences
He has consulted widely to firms around the world, but most particularly in Asia.  He has also taught extensively on executive programs for leading business schools and has been a visiting professor at many top-ranked universities.  His teaching expertise lies broadly in organizational behavior and international management, and more particularly in cross-cultural management and the development of managerial skills.
Song Yang and Bruce W. Stening, ‘Mao Meets the Market: Reconciling Ideology and Pragmatism in China’.  Management International Review, published online - DOI 10.1007/s11575-012-0155-y

Xiaoying (Catherine) Zhang and Bruce W. Stening. ‘Post-Acquisition Integration: A Two-Level Framework.  Lessons From Integration Management of Cross-Border Acquisitions in the Global Automobile Industry’, Advances in Mergers and Acquisitions, in press.

Fuming Jiang and Bruce W. Stening, ‘Do Indigenous Firms Incur a Liability of Localness When Operating in Their Home Market? The Case of China’, Journal of World Business, published online - http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jwb.2012.09.004.

Song Yang and Bruce W. Stening, ‘Cultural and Ideological Roots of Materialism in China’. Social Indicators Research, 108 (3), 2012, pp. 441-452.

Bruce W. Stening and Marina Zhang, ‘Challenges Confronting Higher Education in China’, in Zoltan Szalai (ed.), Higher Education in Hungary and the World: Tendencies and Potentialities (Budapest:  Mathias Corvinus Collegium, 2011), pp. 56-69.

Lin Cui, Fuming Jiang and Bruce W. Stening, ‘The Entry Mode Decision of Chinese Outward FDI: Firm Resources, Industry Conditions, and Institutional Forces’, Thunderbird International Business Review, 53 (4), 2011, 483-499.

Gregory Elliott, Fuming Jiang, Gordon Redding and Bruce W. Stening, ‘The Chinese Business Environment in the Next Decade: Report from a Delphi Study’, Asian Business and Management, 9 (4), 2010, 459-480.

Geoffrey N. Abbott and Bruce W. Stening, ‘Coaching Expatriate Executives: Working in Context Across the Affective, Behavioral and Cognitive Domains’, in M. Moral and G.N. Abbott (eds.), The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching (Abbingdon, Oxon.: Routledge, 2009), 181-202.

Daniel W. Skubik and Bruce W. Stening, ‘What's in a Credo? A Critique of the Academy of Management's Code of Ethical Conduct and Code of Ethics’, Journal of Business Ethics, 85 (4), 2009, 515-525.

Bruce W. Stening and Marina Y. Zhang, ‘Methodological Problems Confronted When Conducting Management Research in China’, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 7 (1), 2007, 121-142.

Bruce W. Stening and Daniel W. Skubik, ‘Do International Management Researchers Need a Code of Ethics?’, Management International Review, 47 (1), 2007, 103-126.

Bruce W. Stening, ‘Cultural Intelligence: Put it (High) on the Asian HRM Agenda’, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 14 (2), 2006, 74-84.

Geoffrey Abbott, Bruce W. Stening, Paul Atkins and Anthony Grant, ‘Coaching Expatriate Managers for Success: Adding Value Beyond Training and Mentoring’, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 44 (3), 2006, 295-317.

Jiang F.   Stening B. 2006. The Chinese Business Environment: an annotated bibliography. 429 p. Edward Elgar.


Book Chapters

Abbott G.   Stening B. 2009. Coaching Expatriate Executives: Working in context across the affective, behavioral and cognitive domains. In Moral, M. & Abbott, G.N.. Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching.