DR. SUNGU ARMAGAN
DR. SUNGU ARMAGAN
Instructor in the Department of Management and International Business at Florida International University
Dr. Sungu Armagan is an Instructor in the Department of Management and International Business at Florida International University. She earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration - Organizational Behavior from The University of Utah in 2006. She has taught undergraduate and master’s classes on Organizational Behavior, Negotiations, International Business Negotiations, and Happiness at Work. She won the best professor award from the Chapman Graduate School of Business at Florida International University (class of 2009 – Downtown MBA and MBA for Public Managers). Her research interests include temporal issues in group decision making situations including negotiations. In addition, she is interested in the role membership changes play in groups. Her research interests also extend to cross-cultural study of groups and negotiations. She has presented her research at a number of national and international academic meetings such as those of Academy of Management and Academy of International Business. She has been awarded grants from the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), Western Academy of Management, and the University of Utah to pursue her research on groups and negotiating dyads in intra- and cross-cultural contexts. Dr. Armagan’s research has appeared in publications such as the International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, the edited volume of Research on Managing Groups and Teams: National Culture & Groups, and Brazilian Administration Review. She also won a best paper award previously from the Academy of Management Conference in 2002. Outside her research, Dr. Armagan conducts seminars and workshops for executives and non-managerial personnel working at for-profit and non-profit organizations on Managerial Negotiations as well as Happiness at Work and in Life.