Cross-Boundary Collaboration, Global Teams, Cultural Diversity, Multiculturalism, Creativity, Team Performance
Leadership Development, Leadership Transitions, Teamwork and Collaboration, Coaching Virutal Teams, Coaching Across Cultures, Organisational Behaviour, Organisational Psychology
Sujin Jang is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. Sujin’s research examines how people collaborate across different types of boundaries, such as cultural differences, functional divides, and dispersion across time zones. Sujin has received numerous awards and recognition for her research, including the INFORMS/ Organization Science Best Dissertation Proposal Award, the J. Richard Hackman Award for the Dissertation that Most Significantly Advances the Study of Groups, and a nomination as a Radar Thinker by Thinkers50. Her article on Cultural Brokerage and Creative Performance is one of the five most downloaded articles in Organization Science. Sujin’s research has been featured in outlets such as the Harvard Business Review, Quartz, Scientific American, and INSEAD Knowledge. Her article on Cross-Silo Leadership appears in HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Leadership (Vol. 2) as one of the most influential articles on leadership from the last decade.
At INSEAD, Sujin teaches courses in the MBA (Psychological Issues in Management), Ph.D. (Organisational Psychology; Advanced Topics in Organisational Behavior), and Executive Development (the Leadership Transition; INSEAD Coaching Certificate) Programmes. She has received the Dean’s Commendation for Teaching Excellence multiple times and is a three-time recipient of the Best Elective Teaching Award voted by graduating MBA classes.
Sujin holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Harvard Business School, a Master of Arts in Social Psychology from Harvard University, and a Bachelor of Business Administration with Highest Honors from Yonsei University.