Team emotion, Team information processing, Team innovation, Team dynamics.
Linh Bui is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Management at the ANU Research School of Management. Prior to her Ph.D. program, she worked for Da Nang Department of Home Affairs in Vietnam for six years.
She was a recipient of The Grant Aid for the Promotion of Human Resources Development Program of Da Nang City Government in Vietnam, which provided a full scholarship for her Bachelor's program in Culture management. She also received The Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS), which sponsored a full scholarship for her Master’s degree in Public Management and Policy Analysis at the International University of Japan, Japan. She has received scholarships from the Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) for her Ph.D. program.
Her research interests are how team members interact to produce effective information processing, how teams develop their own dynamics, and how teams manage motivation, affect, and information processing over time to produce innovative performance. She is also involved as a Research Assistant for the Project of Command-Control Sociotechnical Experimentation, which is a collaboration between the Australian Government Department of Defence and ANU to investigate how teams react to crisis pressures and utilize team compositions to produce effective decision-making outcomes.