Kim, Jong Shik (김종식) 교수 상세 프로필

Kim, Jong Shik (김종식) 사진
Kim, Jong Shik (김종식)
Affiliation

Professor, Seoul School of Integrated Sciences & Technologies

Areas of Interest
Management of Technology, Global Management of Corporations, CEO Leadership
Education

1999 Stanford University–Singapore National University
Joint Senior Executive Management Program

1983-1986 Purdue University, W Lafayette, IN, USA
Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering

1980-1983 Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, ILL, USA
M.S in Mechanical Engineering

1973-1977 Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
B.S in Mechanical Engineering

Experience

Apr 1 2014 – Professor of Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies (aSSIST).
Teach Management of Technology and Innovation, Global Business Management, Global Business Cases to CEOs and MBA students

Oct 2009 – Oct 2013 President and CEO of Tata-Daewoo Commercial Vehicles Co. Ltd., Korea.
Responsible for full operation of Tata group’s 100% subsidiary of Korea: value planning, product development, design, supply chain management, manufacturing, marketing, sales and service of medium and heavy trucks

Responsible for P&L of $900M business and 1300 employees
 Drive for market share gain in domestic and international market with strategic partnership
 Develop short and long- term business strategies for key functional areas to sustain the business
 Manage labor union toward collaboration and productivity gains
 Develop the right synergies between Tata Motors and Tata-Daewoo
 Act as the most senior Tata spokesperson to the community and Korea

April 2009 – Oct 2009 CEO of Global Leadership Management
Provided business consulting and executive training and leadership development

Oct 2003 – March 2009 Executive Director- Engine Business, Asia, Cummins Inc. and CEO of Cummins Korea Inc.
Responsible for Cummins Engine Business Unit in North East and South Asia.
BOD member of a JV in Japan (Komatsu Cummins Engine Co.)

Jul 2000 –Sep 2003 Area Managing Director – East Asia/Korea, Cummins Inc. and Chairman & Managing Director of Cummins (China) Investment Co.
Responsible for P/L of all Cummins operation in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Korea.
Responsible for managing 2 wholly owned engine and genset assembly
operation, 2 engine JVs, 3 component JVs.
Responsible for more than $600M unconsolidated sales with 2900 employees including JVs.
Achieved the record of highest profit and second highest sales in 2003, respectively, in the history of Cummins business in China for the last 10 years.
Led strategic negotiation with partner to expand existing engine JV to increase capacity by six times. Signed the new JV agreement in Feb 2003.
Led restructuring process of another engine JV that resulted in improvement of ROE from 2% to 15% during 2000-2003.

Jul 1996 – Jul 2000 Managing Director – Korean Business, Cummins Inc. and CEO of Cummins Korea Inc.
Successfully implemented Cummins acquisition of an independent distributor in 1996.
Responsible for managing Cummins licensee, SsangYong Heavy Industry Co. as a delivery partner in producing and distributing Cummins engines.

Jul 1993 – Jul 1996 Director – Korean Business, Cummins Inc. and CEO of Cummins Korea Inc.
Developed strategy and supported the negotiation team to dissolve one JV of a Cummins subsidiary and sell another JV of another Cummins subsidiary.

Mar 1991 – Jul 1993 Korean Business Director, Cummins Inc. and CEO of Cummins Korea Inc.
Established Cummins Korea regional office from scratch by locating an office and hiring founding members of the company.

Jul 1990 – Mar 1991 Manager - Korean Business, International Marketing, Cummins Inc. USA
Supported key customers of Cummins in Korea from US primarily in marketing, technical and business issues. Helped to devise and implement distributor development program in sales and customer service.

Sep 1989 – Jul 1990 Industrial Product Planning Manager, Industrial Marketing, Cummins Inc. USA
Responsible for Cummins midrange product planning and development program with active coordination of marketing, engineering and manufacturing. Cummins successfully launched new midrange product based on this planning work.

Mar 1989 – Sep 1989 Technical Specialist – Technical Center, Cummins Inc. USA
Responsible for supporting engine fuel system and overhead cam system development teams in design and analysis. Managed major design changes in the first Cummins electronically controlled fuel system as the team leader of six engineers.

Aug 1986 – Mar 1989 Senior Engineer – Technical Center, Cummins Inc. USA
Responsible for supporting high horse power engine product team and fuel system in design and analysis. Designed a valve train system for a new engine development program.

Mar 1986 – Aug 1986 Deputy General Manager, Daewoo Carrier Corp., joint venture of Carrier Corp. of US and Daewoo Corp. of Korea.
Worked as a technical liaison for a joint venture company based in Syracuse, NY US.
Responsible for development of a new rotary compressor as a part of engineering design team based in Syracuse, NY.

Published Journals
1986 Three Dimensional Transient Stress Wave Propagation in a Plate with Application to Compressor Failure Analysis
1981 A Laboratory Study of the Dynamic Nature of Rail/Wheel Contact
Authored Books
Self Power (Kim, Jongshik, Feb 2014 by Ouha, Korea)
Trust Based Management of Tata Group (Kim, Jongshik March 2011, by Random House, Korea)
CEO Leadership Moves the World (Kim, Jongshik and others, June 2009, by Economist, Korea)
Young Hearts, Dream the World! (Kim, Jongshik and others, Feb 2009, by Whiz Press, Korea)
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