Mark Mallinger, PhD
As a consultant, Dr. Mallinger specializes in management development and organizational change specifically related to corporate culture. An experienced educator in the fields of organizational behavior, management theory, and human relations, Dr. Mallinger previously taught at Pepperdine's Seaver College, where he was awarded the Harriet and Charles Luckman Distinguished Teaching Fellow Award in 1993.
Mallinger currently serves as director of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence. The Center aims to advance the School's understanding of marketplace dynamics affecting working professionals given current and future economic challenges, while also enhancing teaching effectiveness in delivering business education that has relevant and practical value and affirms a higher purpose for business practice.
He also served as an Irvine Foundation Fellow in the area of multicultural training and a Sears-Roebuck Fellow integrating non-western perspectives into academic disciplines. His research has been published in several journals including the Journal of Organizational Change Management, the Advanced Management Journal, and the Organizational Behavior Teaching Review.
- University of Southern California, Doctor of Philosophy
California State University, Northridge, Master of Science
California State University, Northridge, Bachelor of Science
- "Recognizing Organizational Culture in Managing Change", co-authored with Don Goodwin & Tetsuya O'Hara, Graziadio Business Report, January 2009
- "The Trader Joe's Experience", co-authored with Gerry Rossy, Graziadio Business Report, April 2007
- "Graziadio Faculty Discuss Ethics", co-authored with Linnea McCord, Kurt Motamedi, Steven M. Sommer, Ray Valadez & Ariane David, Graziadio Business Report, April2006
- "Corruption Across Borders," co-authored with Gerry Rossy & Diane Singel, Graziadio Business Report, May 2005.
- "National Culture: Influence on Acts of Corruption," co-authored with Diane Singel & Gerard Rossy, Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management International Conference, June 2005.
- "Using Emotional Intelligence to Cope with Tough Times," co-authored with Jeff Banks, Graziadio Business Report, January 2003
- "Film as a Lens for Teaching Culture, Balancing Concepts, Ambiguity and Paradox," co-authored with Gerry Rossy, Journal of Management Education, 2003.
2005 – Outstanding Teaching – Acknowledgement, Graziadio School of Business
2002 – John Nicks Memorial Service Award, Graziadio School of Business
1993 – Harriet and Charles Luckman Distinguished Teaching Fellow
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