Ken Chung is broadly interested in how organizational institutions (i.e., practices and ways of thinking that become taken for granted) emerge and change. In particular, Chung is curious about how stakeholders who want to protect the natural environment are involved in the creation of institutions that affect businesses. Chung's work is currently divided into two streams of research: Understanding the process through which environmental disasters have led to significant institutional change, and discovering how our orientations to time and events affect the way we organize innovation work.
Special thanks to Texas A&M Univeristy Geoservices for providing geocoding assistance on a research project.
|Course #||Sec||Course Title||Days||From||To||Location||Campus||Textbook Info|
|MGMT 4500||01||Business, Govt and Society||TTH||4:00PM||5:50PM||AE-0293||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|MGMT 4500||03||Business, Govt and Society||TTH||2:00PM||3:50PM||AE-0183||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|MGMT 6215||01||Business, Government & Society||TH||6:30PM||10:00PM||SC-N206||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|MGMT 6898||03||Cooperative Education||ARR||ARR||Hayward Campus||View Books|