Dr.Yi-Mei Huang
Graduate-Postgraduate Educational Facilitator
BA, MA, PhD (Massey University)


Expertise/Foci: Management-Leadership, Decision Making, Quality and

Health & Well-being

Yi-Mei Huang has a PhD in Business Management. She speaks two languages fluently – Chinese and English. She has worked as a research assistant and has many years of experience teaching at Massey University in Auckland New Zealand, Shu-Te University and Southern Taiwan University of Technology in Taiwan. Her PhD was received well due to its wide applicability to businesses, managers and leaders and was reported widely in newspaper and social media and the NZ Doctor’s magazine. Yi-Mei has achieved A Grade research publications and has a high interest in research that in significant and applicable in the real world.
Research interests/expertise
Yi-mei’s research interests include personal knowledge management, health care decision-making, older adults’ education and training, as well as action learning and research. Her work has appeared in journals such as the International Journal of Knowledge Management, YMC Management Review and conferences such as ACIS.
Samples of publications/research
  1. Huang, Y.M., Chen, T.H. (2019). The effect of information overload on patient choice of GP in new zealand healthcare. YMC Management Review, 12(1), 1-18
  2. Huang, Y.M., Pauleen, D. J., Scahill, S., & Taskin, N. (2018). A PKM–based decision-making training program for personal healthcare: An Action Learning Approach. International Journal of Knowledge Management, 14(3), 101-114. (Rating: B)
  3. Chen, T. H., Huang, S. T., Wu, M., Kah, N. W., & Huang, Y. M. (2018). Research of customer loyalty regarding skin care products and supplementary foods. YMC Management Review, 11(1), 21-38
  4. Huang, Y. (2017). The influence of personal knowledge management on individual decision making in healthcare medical treatment. Paper presented at the New Zealand Information Systems Doctoral Consortium, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. (doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1490186). [Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]
  5. Huang, Y. M. (2017, March 23). Overcoming healthcare information overload. Rodney Times, p.14
  6. Huang, Y. M. (2017, March 15). Overcoming healthcare information overload. Scoop News. Retrieved from http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/GE1703/S00041/overcoming-healthcare-information-overload.htm?from-mobile=bottom-link-01
  7. Huang, Y. M., Pauleen, D., Scahill, S., & Taskin, N. (2016). The influence of personal knowledge management on individual decision making in healthcare medical treatment. In Proceedings of the 27th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (pp. 42). Australia: University of Wollongong. [Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]
  8. Huang, Y. M., Steven, C., & Chen, T.H. (2015). The influence of perceived quality and price on consumer purchases: A study of CFT cosmetic. YMC Management Review, 8(1), 39-47.
  9. Huang, Y. M. (2015). The influence of personal knowledge management on consumer decision making in health care. Paper presented at the New Zealand Information Systems Doctoral Consortium, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. [Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]
  10. Huang, Y. M., Lin, C. H., & Chen, T. H. (2015). The effect of perceive quality and price on consumers purchase intention in cosmetics. In Proceedings of the iFAIRS Conference on Finance, Accounting, Investment, Risk Management, and Management Science ( page 37-46). Australia: Nan Tien Institute. [Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]
  11. Chen, T.H., PeterYang, H.C., Cheng, J.Y and Huang, Y.M (2014). A measure of the model adequacy: Using the method of poisson loglinear model. In Proceedings of the iFAIRS Conference on Finance, Accounting, Investment, Risk Management, and Management Science (pp.57-70). Japan: Tokyo. [Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]
  12. Huang Y.M., Chen, T.H, PeterYang, H.C, Hsu, M.C and Wu, M.C (2013). A study on the relationship content, relationship quality and relationship result of university and cram school. In Proceedings of the iFAIRS Conference on Finance, Accounting, Investment, Risk Management, and Management Science (pp.83-101). China: Guangxi University Of Foreign Languages. [Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]