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Dr Fannie Wu



Senior Lecturer, Management/Organisational Behaviour


Faculty of Business and Law


Deakin Business School


Melbourne Burwood Campus


Doctor of Philosophy, Hong Kong Polytechnic Uni, 2020

+61 3 924 45954


Yuen Lam (Fannie) Wu is a senior lecturer in the Department of Management. She completed her PhD in Management (Organizational Behavior) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Fannie's work adopts a multi-method approach to understand how individuals from minority backgrounds may attain effectiveness, career success, and well-being at work. Her work appears in journals such as Academy of Management Annals and The Leadership Quarterly. Fannie had success in obtaining external, competitive research funding from the National Career Institute Partnership Grant and the Community Strengthening Fund schemes with members of Deakin CREATE. She is currently serving as an editorial board member of Journal of Vocational Behavior, a founding director of the Leadership Futures Hub, and a director of the HDR programme.

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Research interests

Women at work, international migrant workers, emotions, leadership, social capital, mixed method

Units taught

MMM111 - Managing self and influencing others

MPL700 - Leadership Practice with Impact

MPM779 - Leadership in Complexity

Knowledge areas

Women at work, international migrant workers, emotions, social capital, leadership, mixed method


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Pride in Organizations

Yuen Wu, Prisca Brosi, Jason Shaw

(2023), pp. 1-1, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management, Oxford, Eng., B1

book chapter

Data Collection via Online Platforms: Challenges and Recommendations for Future Research

A Newman, Y Bavik, M Mount, B Shao

(2021), Vol. 70, pp. 1380-1402, Applied Psychology, C1

journal article

Crisis leadership: A review and future research agenda

Y Wu, B Shao, A Newman, G Schwarz

(2021), Vol. 32, Leadership Quarterly, C1

journal article

Demystifying knowledge hiding in academic roles in higher education

A Zutshi, A Creed, A Bhattacharya, A Bavik, A Sohal, Y Bavik

(2021), Vol. 137, pp. 206-221, Journal of Business Research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Social Support: Multidisciplinary Review, Synthesis, and Future Agenda

Yuen Bavik, Jason Shaw, Xiao-Hua Wang

(2020), Vol. 14, pp. 726-758, Academy of Management Annals, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., C1

journal article

Ethical leadership and employee knowledge sharing: exploring dual-mediation paths

Y Bavik, P Tang, R Shao, L Lam

(2018), Vol. 29, pp. 322-332, Leadership quarterly, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article

Servant leadership, employee job crafting, and citizenship behaviors: a cross-level investigation

Ali Bavik, Yuen Bavik, Pok Tang

(2017), Vol. 58, pp. 364-373, Cornell hospitality quarterly, London, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Effect of employee incivility on customer retaliation through psychological contract breach: the moderating role of moral identity

Ali Bavik, Yuen Bavik

(2015), Vol. 50, pp. 66-76, International journal of hospitality management, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Careers Guidance and Support for Women from Migrant Backgrounds

Prof Alexander Newman, Dr Karen Dunwoodie, Dr Fannie Wu, Dr Luke Macaulay

DISER National Careers Institute Partnership Grant

  • 2023: $19,276
  • 2022: $173,486

Industry and Other Funding

An Intergroup contact Perspective to Promoting Allyship.

Dr Fannie Wu, Dr Karen Dunwoodie

Bendigo Bank

  • 2021: $9,072


Associate Supervisor

Muhammad Umer Ijaz

Thesis entitled: Feedback and Employees' Creativity and Innovative Behaviour at Work

Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Management