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Northwest Missouri State University


Chi Lo Lim

Chi Lo Lim

Email

Office

2620 Colden Hall

Phone

660.562.1758

Joined Northwest in 1999

Associate Professor


Education

  • D.B.A. Strategic Management
  • M.S. Management Organizational Development
  • B.S. Business Administration

Courses Taught

  • 54-313 Principles of Management
  • 54-314 Human Resource Management
  • 54-316 Organizational Behavior and Theory
  • 54-417 Organizational Policy and Decision Making
  • 54-436 Multinational Management
  • 55-438 International Business
  • 54-616 Organizational Behavior in Administration
  • 54-618 Executive Seminar
  • 54-619 Problems in Business
  • 54-641 Quality Systems
  • 54-643 Evolution in Quality Management

Academic Interests

  • Policy and strategy
  • Quality management
  • International business and multinational management
  • Global branding

Scholarly Activity


  • Lim, C. L. (2009). Ethical Misconduct in ODLS: Who’s to Blame? In Demiray, U. & Sharma, R. (Eds.), Ethical Practices and Implications in Distance Learning, (pp. 216-229). Hersey, PA: Information Science Reference.
  • Lim, C. L., Asefa, S., & Coalter, T. (2007). Academic Misconduct: A Question of Accountability. The Journal of Learning in Higher Education, fall, Volume 3 Issue 2, p 33-39. (Acceptance rate 11-20%)
  • Lim, C. L., Asefa, S., & Coalter, T. (2007). Factors that Influence Faculty Decisions to Academic Dishonesty: A Study of a Private Liberal Arts University. The Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education, Spring-Fall, Volume 3 Issue 1 & 2, pp 43-54. (Acceptance rate 11-20%)
  • Lim, C. L. and Coalter, T. (2006). Academic Integrity: An Instructor’s Obligation. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, http://www.isetl.org/ijtlhe/ Volume 17, Number 2. (Acceptance rate 20%)
  • Lim, C. L. and Coalter, T. (2005). Ad Hoc Teams: Do Students Actually Learn From Them? The Journal of Business and Leadership: Research, Practice, and Teaching, Volume 1, Number 1, 255-262. (Acceptance rate 30%)
  • Lim, C. L., Adkins, J., and Kenkel, C. (2005). Deterrents to Online Academic Dishonesty. The Journal of Learning in Higher Education, http://jwpress.com/JLHE/JLHE.htm Volume One, Issue One, Fall 2005, 17-22. (Acceptance rate 11-20%)
  • Lim, C. L. (2005). Student-Centered Learning and the Knowledge Workforce. The Journal of Learning in Higher Education, http://jwpress.com/JLHE/JLHE.htm Volume One, Issue One, Fall 2005, 53-58. (Acceptance rate 11-20%)
  • Lim, C. L. (2004). Student Empowerment: Key to Creating an Effective Student-Lead Learning Environment.  Southwestern Business Administration Journal, Volume 4, Number 1, 2004. (Acceptance rate 25%)
  • Lim, C. L. (2002). Student Involvement: Key to Online Teaching Effectiveness. Southwestern Business Administration Journal, Volume 2, Number 1, 2002. (Acceptance rate 25%)
  • Lim, C. L., Coalter, T., & Wanorie, T. (2007). Factors that Influence Faculty Actions: A Study on Faculty Responses to Academic Dishonesty.
  • International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, http://www.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl/dl.htm Volume 1, Number 1. (Acceptance rate 17%)

Student Group Advisement

  • Asian Student Organization

Other Professional Experience

  • Accreditation Council of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, Mentor, 2007 - Present
  • Accreditation Council of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, Evaluator, 2001 - Present