PhD, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University
Sal Mistry spent the first 17 years of his career as an executive, business, supply chain, and marketing consultant within domestic and international businesses across more than 13 industries. Drawing from these experiences, Mistry's research seeks to clarify the impact that executives and other influential individuals have within organizations. In one paper, he examines how CEOs overcome the costs of complacency that tends to emerge as firm's grow and experience success; his dissertation explores the essential tasks that executive teams perform in implementing strategies and how these teams should function and be designed. Throughout his practical and academic careers, Mistry has authored several articles and whitepapers that have appeared in outlets such as D CEO, Industry Week, FinAlternatives, CFO, Aircraft Interiors Magazine, and Small Business Today. He earned his PhD in organizational behavior from the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University.
Sal’s research seeks to understand factors that cause fragmentation and integration within and between leaders, individuals, and teams. Current research topics include TMT strategy implementation, team charters, multi-teaming, team rivalry, team member decentering, and team building activities.
His academic research articles can be found here: