About Kar Ming
Kar Ming Chong is a Senior Lecturer who teaches management accounting courses at the undergraduate level. He joined the School in July 2000 after completing his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Edith Cowan University, Perth.
Prior to joining the School, he has worked in the School of Accounting at Edith Cowan University as a casual academic staff, and the Department of Accounting and Finance at University of Western Australia as an Associate Lecturer for two years.
His research interests are predominantly in management accounting, in particular, the roles of accounting controls in facilitating creativity and innovation in organisations.
Kar Ming is an early adopter of a type of blended learning known as the flipped classroom approach at the UNSW Australia Business School. With this approach students are introduced to lecture content outside of the classroom and use class time to actively engage with content knowledge and, interact with the teacher and with each other. Kar Ming’s teaching efforts have been recognised via four teaching awards.