Jae Hyeung Kang is a Ph.D. Student at The George Washington University in Management Science, specializing in Organizational Behavior. He entered the MBA program at Maryland after three years of consulting experience with Accenture’s Korean Organization. During his time as a consultant, he worked on the development and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in a variety of companies and industries across South Korea. As a result of his work experience and to some extent, his experience living in Korea during a changing economic period, he became very interested in the process of radical organizational change, and particularly in the role of the human element of organizational change as a major determinant of its success. Thus, he entered GWU Ph.D. program in order to focus his efforts on the areas of organizational behavior and human resource management and thus strengthen his knowledge of and skills in management in general and the effective management of change in particular.
Primary Topics of Interest: Organizational Behavior and human resource management
Additional Topics: Organizational Change, Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Virtual Office, Cross-Cultural Management
Industries of Interest: Consulting Services, Education, Information Technology