Dr. Gregg Ka Lok LI
Innovation and Information Management
- BA. Washington University, St. Louis
- MA. University of Hawaii, Manoa
- MBA. UCLA
- Engineering Doctorate. Warwick
- (Retired) FCMC, FHKIOD, CISA
Dr. Li is an Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Li has been an innovation evangelist, a serial entrepreneur, and a company doctor for over 35 years, and has worked with professionals from PWC, IBM, McKinsey, Aon Global, to the World Bank. His main remedial work has been in strategy, corporate governance, and corporate transformation. Over the years and working together with strategists to start-ups, he has connected and co-created new business models, new companies, new consulting methodologies, new university programs, and nurtured new and budding entrepreneurs.
Concurrently, he is a Professor of Practice in Risk Management at the Hong Kong Polytechnics University; and has been a Visiting Professor at most of the major universities in Hong Kong; and a few in China such as Tsinghua University and Fudan University.
Time permitting and since 1997, he teaches Corporate Governance, Strategy, Innovation, Change Management, Management Consulting, and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) at graduate and executive levels. Dr. Li has won numerous teaching and facilitation awards. His guidelines for board practices have been used as teaching guides from the United States to South Africa to China.
- Complexity and Chaos
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Corporate Governance
- Family Businesses
- Enterprise Risk Management and Governance
Dr. Li is the founding Chairman of Invotech, a citizens-based do tank seeking innovative ways to reinvent the ecosystems of Hong Kong. He currently serves as their Honorary President. Dr. Li was the Vice Chairman, and now an adviser to the Business and Professionals Federation of Hong Kong. He also advises the Center of Family Business at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the School of Design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and the International Council of Washington Univerity in St. Louis. He is a board member of Cyberport, the Urban Renewal Authority, and a few start-ups. He was formerly the founding President of the Hong Kong Chapter, and Ambassador to China, of the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes under United Nations auspices.