Dr. Jonathan Pinto is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Negotiations at Imperial College Business School. He received his Bachelor’s in Commerce and Bachelor’s in Law from the University of Mumbai, his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh.
His research primarily focuses on the ‘dark side of organisational behaviour’ and includes topics such as organizational corruption, whistle-blowing, workplace aggression, and employee deviance. His work has been published or is forthcoming in prestigious outlets such as Academy of Management Review, Group & Organization Management (GOM), Human Relations, International Journal of Management Reviews, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Organizational Psychology Review, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Physica A, Research Policy, and Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, among others. His article with Mark Stein was awarded the Best Micro Paper (2011) in GOM. His submission to the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2007) won a Top Poster award.
He teaches “Organizational Behaviour” and “Managing Negotiations” on Imperial’s MBA programmes. He has won several teaching awards including the Dean's Teaching Award for Overall Best Scores in Multiple Courses (2014) and the Teaching Excellence Award for MBA Core Module Teaching (2015). He has also been a visiting faculty member at the Indian School of Business and at London Business School. He is a Trustee of Kensington & Chelsea Citizens Advice.
Prior to embarking on his doctorate he worked for Procter & Gamble, Andersen Consulting, and Clarion Advertising, and ran his own boutique consulting firm. In all, Jonathan has been engaged as an employee, contractor, consultant, or trainer with over 50 organizations across six countries on three continents.
Zheng X, Wang W, Pinto J, 2023, When does competence matter? Character as a moderator in the development of trust, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, ISSN:0146-1672
et al., 2023, A novel bias in managers' allocation of bonuses to teams: emphasis on team size instead of team contribution, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, ISSN:0894-3257, Pages:1-15
et al., 2023, Using review articles to address societal grand challenges, International Journal of Management Reviews, Vol:25, ISSN:1460-8545, Pages:240-250
De Silva M, Al-Tabaa O, Pinto J, 2023, Academics engaging in knowledge transfer and co-creation: push causation and pull effectuation?, Research Policy, Vol:52, ISSN:0048-7333
Srivastava A, Pinto J, 2022, Dynamic linkages of empowering and transformational leadership with knowledge sharing in project teams, Knowledge Management Research and Practice, ISSN:1477-8238