Seunghoo Chung is a Ph.D. Candidate of Management and Human Resources at Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University. He earned his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Korea University and his master's degree in Human Resource Management from Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. His research examines how to structure group and team settings to facilitate successful outcomes, with a primary interest in the factors that promote collaboration. He is particularly interested in how to best structure teams to create higher quality negotiated agreements. In his dissertation research, he shows how group composition can impact team members' ability to successfully create value (i.e., more win-win agreements) in inter-team negotiations. He employs multi-method techniques in his research projects, including lab experiments, field studies, archival data analysis, and meta-analysis. Seunghoo’s work has been published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin and featured in outlets such as BBC News, Harvard Business Review, and The New York Times.
- M.H.R.M, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
- B.B.A, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
BUSMHR 3200 - Managing Individuals in Organizations: Organizational Behavior and Human Resources
Principles for managing the performance of individuals and groups in organizations; introduction to organizational behavior theory and its application to staffing, training, compensation, and appraisal. Prereq: Econ 2001.01 (200) and 2002.01 (201), or equivalent. Not open to students with credit for 3100 (400) or 701. Not open to students enrolled in UUSS, UExp or PreBSBA-PR.