I am particularly fascinated by the overarching question of "how can workplace interactions be improved?" My scholarly approach toward employees’ interactions is twofold: a) tensions that are associated with the structure of interactions through which ideas or information is exchanged among individuals; and b) tensions that stem from the content of interactions, such as those trying to change the status quo.
Kim, Y. J., Lam, C. F.*, Oh, J.*, & Sohn, W.* Forthcoming. Employee constructive voice: An integrative review and a dyadic approach. Journal of Management
* The three non-first authors above share second authorship; in alphabetical order
Martins, L. L., & Sohn, W. 2022. How does diversity affect team cognitive processes? Understanding the cognitive pathways underlying the diversity dividends in teams. Academy of Management Annals, 16(1): 1–45. https://doi.org/10.5465/annals.2019.0109
Burris, E. R., & Sohn, W. 2021. Creating a culture of voice. Behavioral Science & Policy, 7(1): 57–68.
Bernstein, E., Blunden, H., Brodsky, A., Sohn, W., & Waber, B. 2020. The implications of working without an office. Harvard Business Review, Big Idea Feature.
* One of the top 10 most read Harvard Business Review articles of 2020