Professor Jose Casal has always been interested in human behavior and while in college considered going into the field of clinical psychology. A semester working in an outpatient clinic as part of a course convinced him that the degree of personal, emotional involvement required from a clinical psychologist would over time burn him out. He turned to the application of psychology and sociology to the management of organizations and here he is. He was unfaithful once to organizational behavior when he pursued and obtained an M.S. in Information Systems but it was just a fling, a product of the intoxicating early days of the Internet and of the booming dot coms. He is faithful to organizational behavior now. Well... He does on occasion flirt with history, which was his second love in college, but it is nothing serious, only a hobby.
• Ph.D. Organizational and Policy Studies, Graduate Center, City University of New York• M.S. in Information Systems, Stern School of Business, New York University• M.B.A. in Management, Baruch College, City University of New York• B.S. in Psychology, Tulane University
Organizational Behavior/HRM• Human Resources Management, • Managing Diversity in Organizations, • Organizational Behavior, • Organizational Design and Development
Other• Business Statistics,• Principles of Management
• Ethics in organizations• Management education• Careers and career management
Publications & Projects
• Somers, M. & Casal, J. (2011) Type of Wrongdoing and Whistle-Blowing: Further Evidence that Type of Wrongdoing Affect the Whistle-Blowing Process. Public Personnel Management, 40, 151-164.
• Passerini, K., Casal, J., Somers, M. & Parhankangas, A. (2011) A New Approach to an Old Problem: Using Cognitive Mapping to Foster Inter-Functional Integration in Core Business Courses Proceedings of the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada.
• Somers, M. & Casal, J. (2009) Using Artificial Neural Networks to Model Nonlinearity: The Case of the Job Satisfaction-Job Performance Relationship. Organizational Research Methods, 12, 403 – 417.
• Casal, J. & Bogui, F. (2008) Predictors of Responses to Organizational Wrongdoing: A Study of Management Accountants. Psychological Reports, 103, 121 – 133