Chanhyo Jeong

Doctoral StudentJeong, Chanhyo

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Chanhyo worked as a business analyst, in charge of strategic planning and financial controlling in global consumer electronics industry. She studied for her MSc in management at University of Oregon and Stockholm School of Economics. She is a former recipient of Yookha scholarship, European-Korea Foundation scholarship from EU Chamber of Commerce, STINT scholarship from Swedish Education Board and UO graduate teaching fellowship.

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Research

She is interested in embodied cognition, automaticity, entrepreneurship, and creativity. Her PhD thesis will examine if a change in physical environment influences collaboration in business research. She intends to explore actor-network theory and environmental psychology to understand the interaction between human and artefacts. She is also going to investigate what drives business schools’ architectural design choices and how these choices are linked with the collaborative behaviours among academics.

Publications

Chanhyo Jeong (2015) “No Chaos, No Creation - The Role of Physical Environment for Entrepreneurs.”  Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship Conference. Denver, US.

Chanhyo Jeong (2015) “Positive Space: Bringing Physical Design Back to Job Design.” Western Academy of Management Conference. Kauai, US.

Chanhyo Jeong (2015) “Does This Mess Make Me Creative? Physical Organization, Cognitive Resource and Individual Creative Performance,” Western Academy of Management Conference. Kauai, US.

Chanhyo Jeong (2014) “Motivation Is Not Enough: The Dimensions of Physical Environment in Job Design Theory,” Western Academy of Management Conference. Napa Valley, US.

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