PhD Student | Management and Human Resources
5268 Grainger Hall

Biography

Duy-Tuan (Thomas) Ngo is a doctoral candidate at Wisconsin School of Business. His research interest lies in the areas of strategic management, organization theory, and quantitative research methods.

Research

Presentations

Academy of Management Conference (2019) The Fitful Diffusion of a Mandated Policy: Antecedents and Consequences of No Child Left Behind

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

Academy of Management (2016) Firm Ownership, Employee Education, and Firm Performance in Transition Economy

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Managing Organizations (MHR 300), Fall 2019.
The Management of Organizations: Strategy, Culture, Structure, Teams, Leadership, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship, and Change Management.

Managing Organizations (MHR 300), Summer 2019.
The Management of Organizations: Strategy, Culture, Structure, Teams, Leadership, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship, and Change Management.