D.B.A., University of Surrey, England; M.S., G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India; M.B.A., Jackson State University; B.S., Garhwal University, India
Business analytics and intelligence, technology management, global strategy and innovation, measurement instrument development, e-learning
Dr. Srivastava is a faculty member in Walden’s School of Information Systems and Technology. He is also founder of the Association of Global Management Studies, a multidisciplinary international association committed to the development of theoretical and practice knowledge pertaining to the global issues in all business and related fields. Dr. Srivastava is the author of eLearning With the Internet: An Empirical Study (2010) and is currently working on his second book, due to be released in 2014. He has been published in numerous articles and abstracts and serves as the editor-in-chief for the International Journal of Global Management Studies and International Journal of Global Management Studies. His report “Chinese Cultural Implications for ERP Implementation,” garnered much attention and led to Dr. Srivastava being featured in an article in the Wall Street Journal in 2011. He is currently an active member of several professional organizations, including the Academy of Management, International Information Management Association, Association of Information Systems, and the Association of Business Information Systems and Decision Sciences Institute. He was a 2011 Fulbright Specialist Grant recipient.