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Faculty
  • Do, Boram
    Assistant Professor
  • Division   Management
    Ph.D. Boston College
  • Lab   Business Hall Rm 624
  • Contact   02-2123-2514
  • Email   boram.do@yonsei.ac.kr

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Management & Organization, Carroll School of Management, Boston College  
M.S. in Organization Studies, Carroll School of Management, Boston College
B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2019 – present,  Assistant Professor, School of Business, Yonsei University
2017 – 2019,  Assistant Professor, Mike Ilitch School of Business, Wayne State University
2016 – 2017,  Assistant Professor, Odette School of Business, University of Windsor

TEACHING INTERESTS

Organizational Behavior

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Affective experiences at work
Employee experiences of organizational change
Positive Organizational Scholarship

SELECTED PUBLICATION

  • Tekleab, A., Reagan, P., Do, B.*., Levi, A., & Lichtman C. In Press. Translating corporate social responsibility into action: A social learning perspective. Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Do, B.*, Lyle, M.C.B, & Walsh, I. 2019. Driving down memory lane: The influence of memories in a community following organizational demise. Organization Studies 40(9): 1307-1329.
  • Oreg, S., Bartunek, J., Lee, G., & Do, B. 2018. An affect-based model of recipients’ responses to organizational change events. Academy of Management Review 43(1): 65-86.
  • Caprar, D., Do, B., Rynes, S., & Bartunek, J. 2016. It’s personal: An exploration of students’ (non) acceptance of management research. Academy of Management Learning and Education 15(2):207-231.
  • Balogun, J., Bartunek, J., & Do, B., 2015. Senior managers’ sensemaking and responses to strategic change. Organization Science 26(4): 960-979.
  • Rhee, S., Yu, S., Park, S., & Do, B.*, 2012. R&D workers' professional identity and job satisfaction: The moderating role of task specialization and met-expectation. Korean Corporation Management Review 19(6): 1-22.
  • Bartunek, J., Balogun, J., & Do, B., 2011. Considering planned change anew: Stretching large group interventions strategically, emotionally, and meaningfully. Academy of Management Annals 5(1): 1-52.
  • Bartunek, J. & Do, B., 2011. The sacralization of Christmas commerce. Organization18(6): 795-806.
  • Balogun, J., Bartunek, J., & Do, B., 2010. Uncovering relationships and shared emotion beneath senior managers’ resistance to strategic change. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS

2020  Teaching Award, Yonsei School of Business
2020  Best Paper Award with Lyonel Laulié & Gabriel Briceño (Human Resource DivisionAcademy of Management Meeting)
2019  Best Reviewer Award, Journal of Managerial Psychology
2015  Best Reviewer Award, Organizational Behavior Division (Academy of Management Meeting)
2013  Best Korean Student Paper Award ($1,000, Samsung Economic Research Institute)
2013  Dissertation Award ($10,000, Greater Good Science Center at the University of California)
2013  Donald J. White Teaching Excellence Award (Boston College)
2010  Best Paper Award with Julia Balogun & Jean Bartunek (Organization Development and Change Division, Academy of Management Meeting)

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