Global Teams, Cross-cultural collaboration, Culture, Diversity, Teams, Creativity
Leadership, Teamwork, Organisational Behaviour, Organisational Psychology
Sujin Jang is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. Sujin’s research focuses on the dynamics and outcomes of global collaboration.
Her dissertation, titled "Bringing Worlds Together: Cultural Brokerage in Multicultural Teams", won the INFORMS/Organization Science Best Dissertation Proposal Award in 2013 and the J. Richard Hackman Award for the Dissertation that Most Significantly Advances the Study of Groups from INGRoup in 2015. An article based on her dissertation, titled “Cultural Brokerage and Creative Performance in Multicultural Teams”, was recently published in Organization Science.
Sujin is currently working on several research projects examining various dimensions of global collaboration, including status disagreement in multicultural teams, temporal networks in globally dispersed teams, identity brokering in diverse work groups, and cultural brokerage in a global startup. Sujin’s work has been featured in outlets such as the Harvard Business Review and Quartz, and she was recognized as a Radar Thinker by Thinkers50 in 2018.
Sujin teaches in the MBA, PhD, and Executive Development Programmes at INSEAD. She has received the Dean’s Commendation for Teaching Excellence in the INSEAD MBA Programme, and won the Best Elective Teaching Award voted by the graduating MBA classes of 2017J and 2018J for the course Psychological Issues in Management.
Sujin holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University, an AM in Social Psychology from Harvard University, and a BBA in Business Administration with Highest Honors from Yonsei University.
- Journal Articles - Cultural Brokerage and Creative Performance in Multicultural Teams - Organization Science
- Book Chapters - Building Intercultural Trust at the Negotiating Table - World Scientific
- Journal Articles - Beyond Individual Creativity The Superadditive Benefits of Multicultural Experience for Collective Creativity in Culturally Diverse Teams - Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology