||Rakesh Mittal, Ph.D.|
Department: Human Resource Management
Rank: Assistant Professor
Primary Domain of Expertise: Human Resources
Education: New Mexico State University, Ph.D.
Member of NYIT since: 2013
Administrative Title: NA
Representative Intellectual Contributions:
Mittal, R. and Elias, S.M. (2013) "Social power and cross-cultural leadership: a conceptual exploration;" accepted for Academy of Management Conference 2013.
Mittal, R. (2013) "Charismatic and transformational leaderships in context;" Western Academy of Management Conference 2013 (best paper nominee); March 2013; Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Mittal, R. and Dorfman, P.W. (2012) "Servant leadership across cultures;" Journal of World Business; 47: 555-570.
Mittal, R. (2012) "High performance work systems: a cross-cultural perspective;" Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies; 6: 1-10.
Elias, S.M. and Mittal, R. (2011) "The importance of supervisor support for a change initiative: an analysis of job satisfaction and involvement;" International Journal of Organizational Analysis; 19(4): 305-316.
Mittal, R. (2011) "Cross-cultural sensitivity of high performance work systems: a conceptual framework;" Southern Management Association 2011; Annual Conference Proceedings; November 2011; Savannah, Georgia.
MIttal, R., Benson, P. G., Mahajan, Ashish (2011) "The new paradigm of self-expatriation;" European Academy of Management; Annual Conference Proceedings; June 2011; Tallinn, Estonia.
Mittal, R. (2011) "How do international students learn and interpret their experiences in seminars in a US university? A study using Grounded Theory;" South West Decision Sciences 42nd Annual Conference; Conference Proceedings; March 2011; Houston, Texas.
Mittal, R. and Saran, A. (2010) "Impact of power distance on multi-source feedback evaluations: a cross-cultural perspective;" Journal of International Business and Economics; 10(2): 117-122.
Mittal, R. (2010) "Cultural congruence in cross-border businesses: a multi-level perspective;" International Journal of Business Research; 10(3): 45-69.
Campus: Old Westbury
Office: Wisser Library, Room 345