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Associate Professor Artemis Chang
Associate Professor
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Management
Discipline *
Business and Management
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PhD (University of Queensland), (University of Queensland)

Professional memberships
and associations

HDR Coordinator, Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research

HR Capstone Industry Project Coordinator

Principal Supervisor, Australian Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce – QLD



Time, Immigrant Entrepreneurship, Complex Projects, Groups, Work- Life Balance, Teams, Entrerpreneurship, Identity

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Artemis Chang is an Associate Professor at QUT business School and the Principal Supervisor of the Australia Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce – Queensland Chapter.  She earned her Doctoral Degree in Organization Psychology from University of Queensland, and her dissertation “Time in Groups” won the APA social psychology dissertation award. Artemis has applied her temporal lenses to research in project leadership and immigrant entrepreneurship.

Complex  Project Leadership

Artemis led the complex project leadership development research program and published a series of high impact papers based on qualitative and quantitative studies of Mega Defence Acquisition and Capability Development Projects.  Her publications cover topics such as Mapping the system with the Integrated Master Schedule, Manager Emotional Intelligence and Project Performance, Value Co-Creation in Complex Projects, Stake Holder Management, and the Social-Cognitive Architecture for learning in Project-Based Organizations.

Immigrant Entrepreneurship

Artemis is a first-generation migrant from Taiwan and is currently researching Immigrant Entrepreneurship activities in Australia. In her capacity as the Principal Supervisor of the chamber, she actively supports the engagement of the migrant community and the engagement of the young immigrant entrepreneurs.   Her research in this space covers the development of immigrant enclaves over time, the impact of provincial government responses to the Chinese Belt and Road policies on firm internationalization, and how Australian institutional environment alters the succession planning for Chinese family firms.



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Artemis’s is the HDR coordinator for the Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship and the coordinator for Human Resource Management Capstone Unit.  In these roles, she supports the development of research capabilities and connects final year students with industry partners for workplace integrated learning opportunities.   Artemis applies her team and leadership research to her teaching practices.  She focuses on creating the system and support for individuals to acquire the knowledge and resources “just in time”, and facilitate learning through cognitive diversities in project environments.  Furthermore, a community of alumni is developed to nurture and support current and past students.


Teaching Experiences

  • Leadership and Coaching
  • Personal and Professional Development
  • Research methodology
  • Human Resource Information Systems.
  • Organisational Behaviours
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Realworld Learning Project Parnters

  • Stanwell Energy
  • Department of Transports and Main Roads
  • GO1 online trianing
  • SPS Commercial Cleaning Services
  • BDO Australia

Youth Entrepeurship Development Camp

  • Oceania Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce
  • World Taiwanes Chamber of Commerce

Research Project Partners

  • ASC
  • DMO



This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Artemis Chang.


For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.


Awards and recognition

Editorial Role for an Academic Journal
Reference year
Associate Editor of International Journal of Organizational Design and Engineering
Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
Best Paper 2000, Organisational Communication and Information Systems, Academy of Management Meeting, Toronto
Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
American Psychological Association Group Psychology Division Dissertation Research Award 2001
Academic Honours, Prestigious Awards or Prizes
Reference year
Best Paper 2005, Organisational Communication and Information Systems, Academy of Management Meeting, Hawaii
Appointment to Prestigious Positions
Reference year
International Representative at Large, OCIS, American Academy of Management

Research projects

Grants and projects (Category 1: Australian Competitive Grants only)

The Contribution Of Project Leader Behaviours To Processes And Outcomes In Large Scale Projects
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
Start year
Organisational Behaviour;Leadership Behaviour;Work Team Processes;Organisational Climate;Personal Characteristics;Project Management


Current supervisions

  • Rearticulating Knowledge Management: An Alternative Perspective Informed by the Buddhist Epistemology
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Kavoos Mohannak
  • Towards a Theory of Financial Resource Acquisition for 'Series A' Funding in Digital Entrepreneurship
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Rui Torres de Oliveira
  • The socio-economic impact of microcredit non- repayment in Sri Lanka
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Belinda Luke
  • Strategic entrepreneurial orientation and entrepreneurial grit: exploration of pathways leading to novice entrepreneurs' success
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Rui Torres de Oliveira

Completed supervisions (Doctorate)

Completed supervisions (Masters by Research)