Seung Hoon Jang, assistant professor of management
Dr. Seung Hoon Jang
Department of Management and Marketing
Sutliff 327 | (570) 389-5449 | email@example.com
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November — Hoon Jang, Ph.D., presented the following three studies, "Career choice factors of job seekers and the search for employment in small businesses (conference proceeding)," "Confucian ethics and strategic leaders in East Asian firms," and "Founders' dynamic capabilities and venture creation" at the 43rd Decision Science Institute (DSI) Conference in San Francisco.
The first study examines why job applicants seek employment in small businesses by using Partial Least Square (PLS) - Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). This study enables local business leaders as well as scholars to understand how entrepreneurial firms attract and retain employees despite their smallness. In addition, two other presentations deal with the Confucian values of Asian managers and the dynamic capabilities of entrepreneurs. While the former explores the cultural backgrounds of non-Western business practices, the latter investigates the psychological origins of new ventures.
- Jang, S. H. & Sebora, T. (2012). Career choice factors of job seekers and the search for employment in small businesses. Accepted and will be published in the 43rd Decision Science Institute Conference Proceedings, San Francisco, CA.
- Jang, S. H., Kim, T., & Jeung, W. (2011). Knowledge sharing beyond organizational boundary: Based on the exchanges of individual employees. Published in the 42nd Decision Science Institute Conference Proceedings, Boston, MA.
- Jang, S. H. (2010). The role of internal knowledge broker in diversification: Evidence from Korean conglomerates. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada.