Certified Executive Coach, BA, MBA, PhD
Dr. Chansoo Park joined the Faculty of Business Administration as an assistant professor of international business. Dr. Park worked for the Centre for International Business Studies at the University of British Columbia as a research associate prior to joining Memorial. He has taught courses in international business and strategy in Canada, China and South Korea, and has international experience working with a multinational enterprise. His research interests are knowledge transfer, multinational enterprise (MNE) strategy, and culture.
Dr. Park holds a graduate certificate in executive coaching from Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C., where he received the Graham Dickson Leadership and Learning Award in 2011. He also holds a PhD in international business and strategy from Sogang University in Seoul, a top business school in South Korea. He was a post-doctoral fellow at the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of the eminent scholar, Dr. Ilan Vertinsky.
- Park, C., Vertinsky, I., & Becerra, M. (accepted). Transfers of explicit and tacit knowledge to international joint ventures and performance: the impact of age. International Business Review.
- Park, C., & Cho, Y. (in press). Study on coaching: key antecedents of executive coaching effectiveness for global firms. The Journal of Professional Management (Language: Korean).
- Chen, J., Chen, T., Vertinsky, I., Yumagulova, L., & Park, C. (2013). Public-private partnerships for the development of disaster resilient communities. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 21(3), 130-143.
- Kasim, A., Dzakiria, H., Park, C., Nor, N., Mokhtar, M., & Rashid Radha, J. (2013). Predictors of travel motivations: the case of domestic tourists to island destinations in northwest of Malaysia. Anatolia: International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 24(2) 188-205.
- Park, C., Vertinsky, I., & Lee, C. (2012). How the exchange climate affects tacit knowledge transfer from foreign parents. International Marketing Review, 29(2), 151-174.