The Chua Thian Poh Distinguished Speaker Series (CTPDSS) is a series of seminars that aims to raise awareness of the latest topics in entrepreneurship studies and development. CTPDSS hosts renowned speakers to present their entrepreneurship topics in public forums and seminars to entrepreneurs, business executives, government officers, administrative staff, faculty and students.
Professor Sang-Moon Lee, PhD, is the University Eminent Scholar and Regents Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA. He also served as the Honorary President of Woosong University in South Korea.
Professor Lee has authored or co-authored 67 books, 350 journal articles, delivered over 750 speeches in 60 countries, has conducted research projects around the globe, and produced 140 PhDs. He has received five honorary degrees for his contribution to international business research and education. Professor Lee has consulted widely and is currently a Senior Scientist with the Gallup Organisation.
Professor Kathleen M Eisenhardt is the Stanford W Ascherman M D Professor at Stanford University and Co-Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. She is also a visiting faculty member within INSEAD's Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise area.
Professor Eisenhardt's work centres on strategy and organization, especially in technology-based companies and high-velocity industries.
Professor Eisenhardt presented, Strategy as Structured Chaos: Competing in New Markets.