This project will use ideas from Systems Biology to develop a Systems Communications Model of management and will study Systems Businesses that use this model, with case studies of global companies located in South Korea. The project will also survey members of the Davos Forum and the Asia Economy Community Forum, and the output will include a book on guidelines for management practice.
Their work has inspired a talk given by Denis Noble to the Royal Society-British Academy meeting on New Trends in Evolutionary Biology. Several other relevant Balliol people were at this meeting, including David Vines, Andrew Graham, and Anthony Kenny.
Professor Denis Noble, Emeritus Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics and Balliol College, University of Oxford
Professor David Vines, Department of Economics and Balliol College, University of Oxford
Professor Yung E. Earm, Seoul National University
Yun-Hee Lee, Macoll Communications Consulting
Dr Sung-Hee Kim, Voices from Oxford
Contact details for enquiries
Please email the lead investigator, Professor Denis Noble, for any queries regarding this project.