Jung Woo Han

jung woo han
School: The Business School
Department: Management
Position: Senior Lecturer
Location: RMIT Saigon South
Email: jungwoo.han@rmit.edu.vn
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-3425-1783

Dr. Jung Woo Han is a senior program manager for the Human Recourse Program and Entrepreneurship minor in the School of Business and Management at RMIT Vietnam. During the last few years, he's been working on employee motivation and green HRM practices in Vietnam's hospitality sector for young and dynamic workforces and their transformation in HR through combining quantitative and qualitative methods. Jung Woo is a member of the Australian Human Resource Institute (MAHRI).

  • Doctor of Business Administration (Heriot-Watt University)
  • Master of Business Administration (RMIT University)
  • Master of Science in Strategic Planning (Heriot-Watt University)
  • FHEA (Advance HE)
  • Certificate in People Analytics (Cornell University)

  • Human Resources Management
  • Entrepreneurship

  • Research clutster members for Managing Smart Transformation, Scholarship of Learning in Higher
  • Education and Organisations, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Generative AI and people in organisations
  • Green human resource management
  • Green traning
  • Digital HRM
  • Ethics and digital HRM
  • Immersive employee working experience

  • Nguyen, H.T.N., Han, J.W. and Pham, H.C., 2024. Joint effect of entrepreneurship and dynamic capabilities on firm performance: an empirical investigation among ICT-SMEs. Baltic Journal of Management, 19(1), pp.85-102.
  • Han, J.W., Kok, S.K. and McClelland, R., 2023. The impact of green training on employee turnover intention and customer satisfaction: An integrated perspective. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
  • HAN, J. W. 2022. A contextual study of employee turnover intention in Vietnam F&B service sector: an integrative perspective. Journal of Advances in Management Research, ahead-of-print
  • HAN, J. W., NGUYEN, T. T. M., HUA, S. M. & PHAM, T.-H. 2022. Organizational learning through training effectiveness: evidence from the hospitality industry in Vietnam. The Learning Organization, ahead-of-print
  • HAN, J. W. 2020. A review of antecedents of employee turnover in the hospitality industry on individual, team and organizational levels. International Hospitality Review
  • PHAM, T.-H., KOK, S. K. & HAN, J. W. 2022. Twenty-five years of protean career literature: a bibliometric analysis (27) Thanh-Hang Pham. BAM Conference. Manchester: BAM Conference
  • NGUYEN, T. N. H., HAN, J. W. & TRUONG, T. L. A. 2021. The Role of Entrepreneurial Culture in Fostering Innovative Work Behaviour. The 3rd Asia Conference on Business and Economic Studies. HCMC, Vietnam: UEH Publishing House
  • PHAM , T.-H., RIBEIRO, N. F. & HAN, J. W. 2021. Exploring the Developmental Antecedents of a Protean Career Orientation among Generation Z. The 3rd Asia Conference on Business and Economic Studies. HCMC, Vietnam: UEH Publishing House
  • HAN, J. W., KOK, S. K. & MCCLELLAND, R. 2020, Impact of Green Training on Employee Turnover and Customer Satisfaction. 17th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning ICICKM 2020, 2020. 423

  • College of Business and Law - Melbourne and Vietnam Collaborative Project Support Scheme 2023
  • The Business School HDR Research Initiative Fund 2023
  • RMIT Internal Research Grant 2023
  • RMIT Internal Research Grant 2019

Currently supervising 3 PhD candidates.

  • RMIT Global Teaching Award 2022
  • School of Management Teaching Award 2022
  • College of Business and Law Teaching Awards 2022
  • RMIT Vietnam Teaching Award 2021 for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

Before joining RMIT, he worked a consultant and analyst for a strategic business consulting firm Senor (now KPMG Canada). Since 2009, he has been working for higher education institutes providing degree programs such as University of Sunderland, Keuka College, University of Gloucestershire, Western Sydney University, PSB College, and Raffle International College. He joined RMIT in 2019.

  • RMIT: 2019 - current
  • University of Sunderland, Vietnam: 2013 - 2019
  • PSB College: 2013-2016
  • Raffles International College: 2009-2012
  • Secor (KPMG Canada): 2008-2009