Assistant Professor of Information Systems & Technology Management
- Department: Information Systems & Technology Management
- Email: email@example.com
- Office: Funger Hall, 513
- BS, Hanyang University, Korea, 1994
- MS, KAIST, Korea, 1996
- PhD, University of Southern California, 2011
Dr. YoungKi Park is an Assistant Professor at the George Washington University, School of Business. He received his PhD in business administration from the University of Southern California and his MS from KAIST in Korea.
He also has 10 years of IT consulting experience in business intelligence and enterprise systems at Oracle, LG, and the Korea Exchange. His research focuses on Information Systems Strategy in Turbulent Environments and he specializes in the set-theoretic configurational approach, fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA).
He was selected for the ICIS 2009 Doctoral Consortium, and his work has been presented at several international conferences such as ICIS, HICSS, AOM, and DESRIST. His work has been published in Information Systems Research, Research in Sociology of Organizations, and Information and Software Technology, and currently several studies are under review at leading IS and management journals.
His research focuses on explaining the multifaceted roles of digital technologies in making business environments more turbulent and at the same time enabling organizations to successfully cope with environmental turbulence.
Further, his research suggests how digital technologies such as business intelligence & analytics and communication & collaboration technologies enable organizations to successfully sense and respond to business opportunities and threats in a timely manner and sustain competitive advantage.
Using multiple theoretical and methodological approaches (e.g., fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA), multilevel modeling, and structural equation modeling), his research systemically investigates the holistic aspects of digital phenomena such as big data and digital ecosystems and the multifaceted roles of digital technologies in the complex socio-technical systems.