Housed in the Department of Management at The George Washington University, the Korean Management Institute brings together a wide range of professionals and students who have an interest in U.S.-Korea relations.
Our curriculum, our faculty, and our collaborative approach to management development practices provides participants with the knowledge and the practical insights that will enhance their opportunities for employment and advancement in South Korea and around the world.
On March 10, 2016 from 5:00-7:00pm, the GW Lecture Series along with the Korean Management Institute (KMI) hosted His Excellency Ambassador Oh Joon, Permanent Representative of Republic of Korea of the United Nations, at the GW Elliott School Auditorium, Room 113 to discuss the topic of “Sustainable Development Goals: What do they mean for the world.”
Ambassador Oh Joon is the Permanent Representative of Republic of Korea to the United Nations. He is serving as the President of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) for a one year term (2015-2016). In addition, he serves as the President of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). Ambassador Oh Joon also served as President of the Security Council for May 2014. Prior to this position, he was Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Singapore from 2010-13 and Deputy Minister for Multilateral and Global Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Seoul from 2008-10. For complete bio, please visit http://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/president/bio.
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The Korean Management Institute hosted students of Yonsei University at The George Washington University School of Business for a 4-day Social Entrepreneurship Summit. During the program, students were introduced to the concept of social entrepreneurship through workshop presentations from industry experts and site visits to organizations such as The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), The World Bank, 1776, and DC Central Kitchen.
Mr. Chang Kyu Kim, Minister-Counselor for Trade, Industry and Energy at Embassy of the Republic of Korea, presented on a topic, titled “Korea Trade and Industrial Policy: System Exporter in New Economy,” covering a few recent examples, among others. This was a follow-up presentation to his last month’s talk on Korea Trade and Industrial Policy. Click here for the full article >
Mr. Chang Kyu Kim, Minister-Counselor for Trade, Industry & Energy at Embassy of the Republic of Korea, presented on a topic, titled “Korea Trade and Industrial Policy,” covering various points including recent economic trend, new industrial paradigm, key industrial policy direction, market expansion by free trade agreement (FTA) platforms, etc. Click here for the full article >
On November 3, 2015, in coordination with the Korean Embassy in Washington, D.C., a select group of highly successful students of diverse disciplinary backgrounds from KAIST, formerly known as the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, a public research university located in Daedeok Innopolis, Daejeon, South Korea, visited the George Washington University School of Engineering (GWSE). Click here for the full article >
Dr. Tarabishy was the first keynote speaker at the U.S.-Korea Business Innovation Partnership conference. The venue was held at the Willard InterContinental Hotel Willard Room (Washington D.C.) on October 15th, 2016. Over 200 Korean delegates and over 100 U.S. delegates composed of government officials, CEOs, policy makers, and entrepreneurs attended the event with the highlight President Park Geun-hye of the Republic of Korea. The organizers of the event were the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), the Korea Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), and the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). Click here for the full article >
In an interview with Seoul-based radio station tbs eFM Primetime, Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy, Executive Director of ICSB, a professor at George Washington University, and the Director of Strategy of the Korean Management Institute (www.KMIGWSB.org) recommended that South Korean small businesses find their own niche instead of trying to compete head-to-head with large Korean conglomerates. Click here for the full article >