Vimolwan Yukongdi

Dr. Vimolwan Yukongdi

Dr. Vimolwan Yukongdi

Assistant Professor

Nationality: Thai

Human Resources Management and Organizational Behavior
Contact Information
Phone: 66 2 524 8319
E-mail: vyukongdi@ait.asia

List of Publications

Dr. Vimolwan Yukongdi is an Assistant Professor in the School of Management.  Dr. Yukongdi has held academic appointments in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand.  She relocated to Australia in 1993 and since 1998, she was teaching overseas, initially in New Zealand and subsequently in Australia where she remained until 2012.  She has held full-time, tenure-track academic appointments at Assumption University, Central Queensland University, Griffith University, Massey University, University of Melbourne, University of Newcastle, University of Southern Queensland and as adjunct DBA supervisor at University of South Australia.

Her research interests are in leadership, participative decision-making, teams, cross-cultural management, diversity management and women in management in Asia.  Her research work has appeared in books, journals, and conference proceedings.  Her research publications have been widely cited in numerous publications, including UNESCO’s publication on Gender Equality in Education:  Looking Beyond Parity, Handbook of International Human Resource Management, and International Research Handbook On Successful Women Entrepreneurs.  In addition, her publications on women managers in Thailand and women managers in Asia have been prescribed as required readings for a course at a university in Canada. The book, Women in Asian Management is a recommended reading for courses at universities in Hong Kong and Singapore.

She currently serves on the Editorial Board of Asia Pacific Business Review and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, both of which are indexed in Scopus.  She is the joint editor of research-based books, The Changing Face of Women Managers in Asia and Women in Asian Management.

Dr. Yukongdi holds a Ph.D. degree in Organizational Behavior from the University of Melbourne, Australia.   She has lived in nine countries, including Australia, Denmark, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Thailand, and USA.  She has worked at Esso (ExxonMobil) and as consulting manager in the consulting industry.