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Yea Hee Ko

Yea Hee Ko
PhD Student | Management and Human Resources
Job Candidate
Management and Human Resources
5268B Grainger Hall

Biography

Yea Hee is a doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is interested in human resource management challenges that arise in organizations highly based on knowledge and/or creativity. In particular, Yea Hee explores how employee expertise and employee movements in and out of a firm’s various boundaries affect individual and unit performance by facilitating or impeding knowledge use. Further, Yea Hee examines what human resource practices are effective under these conditions. She mostly works with archival and field data.

Research

Presentations

Academy of Management (2018) The Role of Knowledge Fit and Social Ties in the Formation of New Post Mobility Collaborations

Academy of Management (2017) Boundary-Spanner Mobility and Collaboration on Knowledge Creation

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Managing Organizations (MHR/MHR 300), Fall 2017.

Managing Organizations (MHR/MHR 300), Fall 2017.

Managing Organizations (MHR 300), Summer 2020.