Jing Zhou is a committed Independent Director of DAMORPHE.
Zhou is Mary Gibbs Jones Professor of Management, Organizational Behavior Area Coordinator, Director for Asian Management Research and Education, and Director of Ph.D. Program at the Jones Graduate School of Business of Rice University. She has been elected to Fellow of American Psychological Association, Fellow of Association for Psychological Sciences, and Fellow of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Zhou has taught leading innovation, negotiation, leadership, global leadership, micro foundations of managing the global firm at MBA, Executive MBA, and Ph.D. levels.
Prior to Rice, she was an associate professor and Mays Faculty Fellow in the Management Department at the Mays Business School of Texas A&M University. Zhou has received awards for excellence in teaching. Her areas of expertise include leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, and negotiation.
Zhou has published numerous articles in top journals in her field. Books she co-edited are Handbook of Organizational Creativity (with Chris Shalley), The Oxford Handbook of Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (with Chris Shalley and Mike Hitt). She has received awards for her excellence in research. Her work has received a large number of citations (e.g., over 23,000 per Google Scholar), and has received Journal of Management’s Best Paper Award twice (2009, 2019), indicating that her systematic research program is impactful.
Zhou has served on boards or as an advisor on issues related to board of directors, corporate innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and negotiation. Her leadership in professional associations include Associate Editor of Journal of Applied Psychology, a top scholarly journal in the field of management, and President of International Association for Chinese Management Research.