Ph.D. Student, Tepper School of Business
Areas of Study
Organizational Behavior and Theory
BioJisoo Park is a Ph.D. Candidate in Organizational Behavior and Theory at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. Her research examines various underlying processes of organizational learning, especially in the context of healthcare.
- Carnegie Mellon University – MS (Organizational Behavior and Theory) - 2019
- Cornell University – BA (Economics and Mathematics) - 2013
Organizational learning; vicarious learning; microfoundations of strategy
- Lee S., Park J., & Kilic A. Bridging Two Worlds: Application of Organizational Theory to Cardiac Surgery. Annals of Thoracic Surgery. Forthcoming.
- Argote L., Lee S., & Park J. Organizational Learning Processes and Outcomes: Major Findings and Future Research Directions. Management Science. Forthcoming.
- *Lee S., & *Park J. Learning from Senior Colleagues' Failures but not from Junior Colleagues' Failures? Evidence from microdata on heart surgeons. * Denotes equal contribution
- Guo J., Argote L., Kush J., Fahrenkopf E., & Park J. The Effect of Endogenous versus Exogenous Network Positions on Transactive Memory Systems and Team Performance.
Research in Progress:
- Is Failure Always the Mother of Success? Examination of Learning from Failure in the Context of Heart Surgeons (with Sunkee Lee). Manuscript writing in progress.
- How Does Accumulating Experience Slowly Affect Organizational Learning? Evidence from U.S. Hospitals (with Linda Argote and Jeremy Kahn). Data analysis in progress.
- The Role of Freelancers in the Adoption of New Practices in Organizations: Evidence from U.S. Hospitals. Data collection in progress.
- Organizational Behavior (Undergraduate, 2020)
"New Research Directions on Organizational Learning"
- Organizational Learning (PhD, 2020)
- Statistical Decision Making (MBA, 2021)
- Organizational Learning and Strategic Management (MBA, 2019-2021)
- Corporate Strategy (MBA, 2019-2020)
- Managing Networks and Organizations (MBA, 2019-2020)
- Organizational Behavior (Undergraduate, 2019-2020)
- Carnegie Mellon University Gerald R. Salancik Doctoral Fellowship Award, 2021