Phong Thanh Nguyen

School: School of Business & Management
Department: Economics and Finance
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Saigon South
Email: phong.nguyen28@rmit.edu.vn
ORCID: 0000-0001-8630-0474 

Dr Phong Nguyen is a Lecturer at RMIT University, Vietnam. Phong holds a PhD degree in Management at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Phong’s research focuses on blockchain-related phenomena (e.g., governance, innovation, investor behaviours), organizational change & crisis communication, workgroup diversity, and workplace conditions (e.g., presenteeism and incivility). His work has been published in journals like: Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Organizational Psychology Review, Journal of Applied Behaviour Science, and Review of Behavioural Finance. Phong is a member of the Academy of Management and has recently served as a Guest Editor of a Special Issue in the Journal of Organizational Behavior as well as Editorial Board member of the Journal of Applied Behavioural Science. In addition, Phong is also a member of the Development Economics and Emerging Markets research cluster and FinTech-Crypto Hub at RMIT Vietnam.

Ph.D in Management, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia 

Blockchain Enabled Business

  • Digital and blockchain platform governance
  • Technology adoption
  • Attitudes toward organizational change
  • Change & crisis communication
  • Workplace behaviors & contexts (e.g., , diversity, incivility, humor, etc.)
  • Nguyen, P. T., & Nguyen, L. T. M. (2022). Understanding platform market value through decentralization governance — An integrative model from signaling and mechanism design theory. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 183, 121913. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2022.121913
  • Nguyen, P. T., Sanders, K., Schwarz, G. M., & Rafferty, A. E. (2022). The linkage between cognitive diversity and team innovation: Exploring the roles of team humor styles and team emotional intelligence via the conservation of resources theory. Organizational Psychology Review, 20413866221114847.
  • Nguyen, P. T., Rafferty, A., Schwarz, G. M., & Minbashian, A. (2022). The Multilevel Linkage Between Organizational Communication and Readiness for Change. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2022, No. 1, p. 15314). Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management.
  • Sanders, K., Nguyen, P., Bouckenooghe, D., Rafferty, A., Schwarz, G. M., Elias, A., ... & Wu, D. Human Resource Strength in Times of Crisis: Information Sharing from an Attributional Perspective. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4038256 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4038256
  • Nguyen, L. T. M., Nguyen, P. T., Tran, Q. N. N., & Trinh, T. T. G. (2021). Why does subjective financial literacy hinder retirement saving? The mediating roles of risk tolerance and risk perception. Review of Behavioral Finance, (ahead-of-print).
  • Sanders, K., Nguyen, P. T., Bouckenooghe, D., Rafferty, A., Schwarz, G. M., Elias, A., ... & Rafique, Z. (2021). The Antecedents of HR strength in Times of Crisis: An attributional lens. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2021, No. 1, p. 11154). Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management.
  • Sanders, K., Nguyen, P. T., Bouckenooghe, D., Rafferty, A., & Schwarz, G. (2020). Unraveling the what and how of organizational communication to employees during COVID-19 pandemic: Adopting an attributional lens. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 56(3), 289-293.

Funding for research on university communication in times of COVID-19: Decoding the messages through the lenses of international human resource management and transformational change perspectives communication, Business School, Brock University, Canada, Bouckenooghe, D. (PI), Sanders, K., Nguyen, P., Rafferty, A.  &  Schwarz, G. CAN $13,224.