Phone: (914) 633-2631
|Jeffrey W. Alstete ‘87MBA, ‘90MS (EdD, Seton Hall University)
Teaches courses in Business Policy and Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Managerial Decision Making, International Management, Benchmarking, Competitive Intelligence, and Knowledge Management. Author of four books and several journal articles on administration and business. His consulting and areas of research interest include benchmarking, business strategy, decision making, entrepreneurship, faculty development, accreditation, organizational development and improvement.
|Nicholas J. Beutell (PhD, Stevens Institute of Technology, Human Resource Management; Senior Professional in Human Resources (SHRM))
Teaches courses in human resource management (including careers, international, work & family, and web-based HR) and management (principles and managing sport organizations). Research and consulting interests include work and family issues, career development, organizational surveys, and executive assessment. His publications have appeared in numerous journals including the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Journal of Vocational Behavior.
|Donald Grunewald (DBA, Harvard University, Business Administration/Government Policy)
Teaches courses in Business Policy and Strategic Management. His research and consulting interests involve the strategic management of all types of organizations. He is the author of several books, and his numerous articles and cases have been published in refereed journals, internationally. Over the years, he has served on the Board of Directors/Trustees of a variety of organizations.
|David Halpern (PhD, New York University, Public Administration)
Teaches courses in Collective Bargaining, Business and Society, and Principles of Management. His research interests include business ethics and topics involving labor management relations. His articles and cases have been published in refereed journals.
|Jaeyoung Kang (PhD, University at Albany - SUNY, Organizational Studies)
Teaches courses in Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Change Management, and Principles of Management. Primary research interests include organizational ambidexterity, strategic alliances, technological innovation, growth of entrepreneurial firms, social networks, and corporate governance. His papers have been presented at international conferences (AOM, SMS, and AIB).
Hugh J. McCabe, Department Chair and Senior Clinical Lecturer (MBA, Iona College)
|John P. Meyer (PhD, Boston College, Management)
Teaches courses in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. Primary research interests include innovation and knowledge management as well as experiential learning. Has published articles in journals such as Academy of Management Learning and Education and The International Journal of Organizational Analysis and has presented papers at numerous national and international conferences.
|Theodore Schwartz (PhD, New York University, Management)
Teaches courses in Designing Organizations, Power and Influence, Human Resource Management, and Training and Development. Has published articles in journals such as International Journal of Value Based Management and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. Management consultant to senior executives of Fortune 500 companies. Founder and president of four companies, and pension fund trustee.
Ursula K. Wittig-Berman (PhD, City University of New York, Business)
Taught courses in Managerial Decision Making, Strategic Management, Organizational Behavior and Principles of Management. Areas of research interest included organizational learning, training and development, and comparative management. Her publications appeared in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, SAM Advanced Management Journal, and Work and Stress, an international quarterly. Dr. Wittig-Berman served as department Chair and was the coordinator of the department’s internship program.