Professor Feng Li ( joined Cass Business School in London as Professor of Information Management in January 2012, after ten years as Chair of e-Business Development at Newcastle University Business School. For 25 years, his research has focused on using digital technologies (ICTs) to facilitate strategic innovation and organisational transformation [LI07]. This has included investigation of the economies of virtual and game worlds and sustainable business models for the creative industries [LI08][LI10]. He has been successful in winning substantial external research funding, totaling over £20 million as PI or co-I, from the Research Councils (RCUK, ESRC, EPSRC), Technology Strategy Board (TSB), Wellcome Trust, NIHR, Department of Health, the EU, RDAs and the private sector. Most projects are in close collaboration with colleagues from other disciplines and industry. He is the Business Theme Leader for the RCUK funded £12 million Digital Economy Hub on Social Inclusion for the Digital Economy (SiDE); PI for a £2 million TSB funded project on Sustainable Business Models for Assisted Living Technologies and Services (SALT); and the Business WP leader for a £2.1 million project LimbsAlive on tele-rehabilitation through computer games funded by the Wellcome Trust. He is the editor of 'E-Business: Critical Perspectives in Business and Management', under Routledge's Major Works Book Series; and is Chair of the e-Business & e-Government special interest group in the British Academy of Management (BAM).