In this episode of Making Remote Work Episode #7 Sujin Jiang talks about pioneering research on cultural and temporal brokers and their role in distributed work environments. If you are interested in learning how to set-up multicultural teams to prime them for performance and how to deal with team members that work on different time zones – you will have a great time listening to this discussion.
Sujin Jang is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. Sujin's research examines how people collaborate across various types of boundaries, such as cultural differences, functional divides, and dispersion across time zones. Sujin has received numerous awards and recognition for her research. Her article on Cultural Brokerage and Creative Performance is one of the 5 most downloaded articles in Organization Science. Sujin's research has also been featured in outlets such as the Harvard Business Review, Quartz, Scientific American, and INSEAD Knowledge. Her article on Cross-Silo Leadership appears in HBR's 10 Must Reads on Leadership (Vol. 2) as one of the most influential articles on leadership from the last decade.MAKING REMOTE WORK - is a limited series led by the ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN COMMUNITY and hosted by SKILLS FOR MARS. It is a public service video-podcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will host 20+ researchers and practitioners in the field of distributed work. They will share their insights and knowledge to support companies and employees who are making this transition.
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