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Mukesh  Srivastava - University of Mary Washington. Fredericksburg, VA, US

Mukesh Srivastava

Professor of Business | University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, VA, UNITED STATES

Dr. Srivastava focuses on strategic management.





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When Mukesh Srivastava isn’t challenging students in the classroom about international business issues, he’s traveling to exotic locations around the world providing his perspective on global industry.
Professor in the College of Business at the University of Mary Washington, Dr. Srivastava teaches courses on strategic management in information systems and innovation, knowledge management systems, business intelligence, management of emerging technologies and enterprise resource planning systems. His research focuses on technology adoption, global outsourcing, strategic management and innovation, and eLearning.
He is the founder and editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Global Management Studies and the International Journal of Global Management Studies Quarterly. Both periodicals are published by the Association of Global Management Studies, which Dr. Srivastava formed as a platform for the study of global themes across management.
A Fulbright scholar, he spent October 2011 in Tunisia, where he developed a graduate program in management and information technology for the Tunis Business School at the University of Tunis. He also received the prestigious Cambridge Fellowship.
Dr. Srivastava serves on the editorial board of the Contemporary Management Research journal. In addition, he co-chairs the advisory board of the Shree Satya Institute of Management, a post-graduate degree granting institution in India. His articles on management and information systems have been published in national and international journals. In 2011, he was quoted extensively in a special supplement to The Wall Street Journal sponsored by SAP that discusses enterprise resource planning in China. The interview stems from his report, “Chinese Cultural Implications for ERP Implementation” in the Journal of Technology Management and Innovation.
While his expertise extends globally, Dr. Srivastava keeps an eye on the Northern Virginia region. In 2013, he produced an economic impact report on the annual Marine Corps Historic Half Marathon’s effect on the greater Fredericksburg region’s economy.

Areas of Expertise (3)

Technology Adoption

Global Outsourcing

Strategic Management and Innovation

Education (3)

University of Surrey: DBA, Graduate Studies

Jackson State University: MBA, Graduate Studies

Garhwal University: B.A., Undergraduate Studies

Media Appearances (3)

Registration underway for Marine Corps Half Marathon

The Free Lance-Star  print


A 2013 economic impact report by University of Mary Washington professor Mukesh Srivastava and the Department of Economic Development and Tourism estimated the event had a local impact of at least $10.7 million.

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EDITORIAL: Tweaking Smart Scale's metrics

The Free Lance-Star  online


Christopher Garcia and Mukesh Srivastava at the university’s Center for Business Research ran the numbers and independently verified that “there was no discrepancy between the calculated scores and scores assigned by the state, indicating that the Smart Scale methodology was consistently applied across all projects.”

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City Manager's Update 01/18/17

Fredericksburg.today  online


University of Mary Washington Professor Dr. Mukesh Srivastava is working with the Department of Economic Development and Tourism and the Marine Corps on an economic impact report for this year’s Marine Corps Historic Half.

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Articles (1)

Failure of macrophage activation in destructive periodontal disease

The Journal of Pathology


Macrophage populations in 22 biopsies of untreated advanced periodontitis were compared with those in 26 biopsies of clinically healthy (minimally inflamed) gingival tissue. The immunohistochemical investigation used high specificity monoclonal antibodies, including a pan-macrophage marker and probes for acute inflammatory, resident histiocytic, and reparative phenotypes. Macrophage expression of the functional activation markers MHC class II, basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF), acid phosphatase (AP), and tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase (TRAP) was also examined.

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