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Mr Marshall Jen

Mr Marshall Jen

Mr Marshall Jen is a part-time lecturer in the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) who specializes in entrepreneurship, family business and advisory, and management consulting. With over 10 years of experience in the education industry, Marshall spearheaded multiple projects for the first listed education company in Hong Kong. Mr. Jen’s research focuses primarily on management consulting, family business advisory, entrepreneurship, corporate governance, and compliance and risk management.

Outside of his lectureship, Mr Jen one of the Board of Directors of the Canadian International School in Singapore, one of the Board of Governors of Maple Leaf Kingsley International School, and the Project Director of CUHK Centre for Family Business. In his private practice, he is also the Managing Director of OpenEd Consulting Group and Edlinked Group. Mr Jen earned his MBA from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

  • MBA (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  • PGCE (The University of Sunderlamd)
  • BGS in Education (Simon Fraser University)
  • Family Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management Consulting
  • Corporate Governance
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Managing Family Business
  • Corporate Governance
  • Organisational Leadership and Management
  • Innovation and design thinking

Cheng, C, Au, K, Widz, M & Jen, M (2021). The Governance Marathon: Dynamic Durability in entrepreneurial families amid disruptions. Family Firm Institute Inc.

Jen, M., Au, K., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2021). How do I talk to my friends and colleagues about our wealth/business worth? In P. Jaskiewicz & S. Rau (Eds.), Building the future: 35 questions that next generation members in enterprising families ask.

Jen, M., Au, K., & Cheng, C.Y.J. (2021). DC Bicycle: Financing and redirecting a growth plan in the global pandemic. In C.Y.J. Cheng, L. Diaz-Matajira, N.P. Bang, R. Basco, A. Calabrò, A. James, & G. Samara (Eds.), Family business case studies across the world: Succession and governance in a disruptive era. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Cheng, C.Y.J., Au, K., & Jen, M. (2021). Nurturing and financing transgenerational entrepreneurship. In H.-M. Chung & K. Au (Eds.), Succession and innovation in Asia’s small-and-medium-sized enterprises (pp.). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-15-9015-3

Cheng, C.Y.J., Au, K., & Jen, M. (2021). Death smiles at us all: Changing demographics and succession-induced portfolio entrepreneurship. In T.F.-L. Yu & H.-D. Yan (Eds.), The Routledge companion to Asian family business: Governance, succession, and challenges in the age of digital disruption. Routledge.

Au, K., & Jen, M. (2020). Mission Hills Group Limited: Family entrepreneurship and legacy. In A. Koh & J. Lee (Eds.), Asian family businesses: Succession, governance and innovation (pp.149-165). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.

Au, K., & Jen, M. (2020). LH Group Limited: Strategic renewal of a restaurant business by two second generations. In A. Koh & J. Lee (Eds.), Asian family businesses: Succession, governance and innovation (pp.115-129). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.

Jen, M., Au, K. (manuscript under revision). KS Manulife: Non-bloodline succession and directing the Hundred Year Old KS. Manuscript submitted for publication