Title: Assistant Professor
Office: L. William Seidman Center, 3061
Mahendra Joshi is an assistant professor of the Department of Management of Grand Valley State University. He obtained a PhD at the University of Arkansas. His research interests include exploring the impact of organizational identity on various organizational outcomes, organizational and professional identification, and business ethics. He has published in journals including Organization Science, Leadership Quarterly, Academy of Management Executive, Journal of Applied Social Psychology among others.
- PH.D., Organizational Identity/ Management, University of Arkansas. "Orgnaizational identity and top executives' information seeking." (2008).
- MBA, Management/Marketing, University of Arkansas. (2002).
- MS, Food Technology/Flavors and Fragrances, University of Mysore (Central Food Technological Research Institute). "Analysis of green taint in black tea." (1997).
- BSc, Physics Honors, Delhi University. (1995).
- Organizational identity
- Family businesses
- Few, T., Joshi, M. (in press). Top management team (TMT) decision making: How organizational identity and identification affect TMT coherence and conflict. To appear in European Journal of International Management.
- Gondhalekar, V., Joshi, M., McKendall, M. (in press). Short-and long term share price reactions to announcements of financial restatements. To appear in Advances in Financial Economics, 15, 149-172.
- Ashforth, B. E., Joshi, M., Anand, V., O'Leary-Kelly, A. (in press). Occupational identification, disidentification, and ambivalence in a tele-services call center. To appear in Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
- Editorial and Review Activities, Family Business Review, Ad Hoc Reviewer, approximately 10 hours spent per year, Hours, International. (January 2012 - Present).
- Editorial and Review Activities, Journal of Business Ethics, Ad Hoc Reviewer, approximately 30 hours spent per year, Hours, International. (January 2011 - Present).
- Editorial and Review Activities, Journal of Business Research, Ad Hoc Reviewer, approximately 20 hours spent per year, Hours, International. (September 15, 2010 - Present).