Staff profile - Alfred Presbitero

Dr Alfred Presbitero

Position: Associate Lecturer
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Business & Law
Department: Department of Management
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Email: alfred.presbitero@deakin.edu.au

Biography

Affiliations

Member, Academy of Management

Member, Academy of International Business

Member, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology


Academic

Conferences and seminars

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2013). Organizational climate change and its influence on employee engagement. Paper to be presented at the Annual
Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Presbitero, A., Tan, M.L., & Ang, S. (2013). Toward a conceptual clarity of offshore service orientation: A naturalistic inquiry of Filipino offshoring professionals. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Outsourcing of Information Services, Mannheim, Germany.

Rockstul, T., Presbitero, A., Ang, S., & Ng, K.Y. (2013). Metacognitive cultural intelligence and offshoring performance: Predictive validity of an intercultural
situational judgment test (iSJT). Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Outsourcing of Information Services, Mannheim, Germany.

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2013). Intention to stay and work practices: A configural approach. Paper to be presented at the 28th Annual Conference of
the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Houston, Texas, USA.

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2011). Organizational climate change and employee engagement: A longitudinal study. Paper presented at the Annual
Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2010). The interaction between collectivism, organizational climate and employee engagement. Paper presented at the
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2010). Seven higher-order factors of organizational climate: Generalizable or culture-specific? Paper presented at
the 25th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Awards

Awards and prizes

Nanyang Technological University Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - 2013-2014

Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship Award - 2007-2012


Research

Research interests

Cross-cultural management

Cultural intelligence

Global mindset


Publications

Publications

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2013). The relationship between collectivism and climate: A review of literature. In Y. Kashima, E. Kashima, & R. Beatson (Eds.), Steering the cultural dynamics: Selected Papers from the 2010 International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology Conference. Melbourne, Australia: International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Accessed via www.iaccp.org.

Presbitero, A., & Pangan, F. (forthcoming). Organizational structure. In E. Franco and M.R. Hechanova (Eds.). Understanding the Filipino worker and organizations. Ateneo de Manila University Press: Manila, Philippines.

Presbitero, A., & Langford, P.H. (2012). The “7Ps” model of work practices and outcomes: Generalizable or culture-specific? Philippine Journal of Psychology, 45, 2.

Presbitero, A. & Sandoval, C. (2012). Organizational transformation: The Skycable experience. In E. Franco and M.R. Hechanova (Eds.), Rebirth and reinvention: Transforming Philippine Organizations. Ateneo de Manila University Press: Manila, Philippines.

Presbitero, A. (2008). Building organizational culture. In E. Franco and M.R. Hechanova (Eds.), Leading Philippine Organizations in a Changing World. Ateneo de Manila University Press: Manila, Philippines.

Hechanova, M.R., & Presbitero, A. (2007). Downsizing at work. In E. Franco and M.R. Hechanova (Eds.), Pinoy@Work. Office of Research and Publication, Ateneo de Manila University: Manila, Philippines.

Hechanova, M.R., Uy, M., & Presbitero, A. (2005). Who is the Filipino worker? In E. Franco and M.R. Hechanova (Eds.), Best Practices and Research in Philippine Organizations. Ateneo de Manila University Press: Manila, Philippines.


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