Stuart Rosenberg, PhD
PhD, Fordham University
APC, New York University
MBA, Fordham University
Office: Bey Hall, Room 139
CV URL: Stuart Rosenberg's CV
Fall 2014 Office Hours:
Regularly Taught Courses:
Strategic Management BM 490
Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior BM 250
Dr. Stuart Rosenberg joined Monmouth University in September 2010. He previously was an Associate Professor of Management and Leadership at Dowling College in Oakdale, New York, where he taught from September 2000 through August 2010. He also has more than twenty years of experience in both the private and public sector.
Dr. Rosenberg holds a BA from Marquette University, an MA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MBA and PhD (in Economics) from Fordham University. In addition, he holds an Advanced Professional Certification in Corporate Strategy from New York University. His primary academic interest is management strategy. His research has been published in journals and in books, and he has made a number of presentations at professional conferences.
Heimler, Ronald; Rosenberg, Stuart; and Morote, Elsa-Sofia. (2012). “Predicting Career Advancement with Structural Equation Modelling.” Education + Training Vol. 54, No. 2, pp. 85-94.
Rosenberg, Stuart; Heimler, Ronald; and Morote, Elsa-Sofia. (2012). “Basic Employability Skills: A Triangular Design Approach.” Education + Training Vol. 54, No. 1, pp. 7-20.
Skiba, Michaeline; and Rosenberg, Stuart. (2011). “The Disutility of Equity Theory in Contemporary Management Practice.” Journal of Business and Economics Studies Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 1-19.
Rosenberg, Stuart. (2011). “BrickHouse Brewery.” Journal of Applied Case Research Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 1-17.
Rosenberg, Stuart; and Mosca, Joseph. (2011). “Breaking Down the Barriers to Organizational Change.” International Journal of Management and Information Systems Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 139-146.
Rocereto, Joseph; Mosca, Joseph; Gupta, Susan; and Rosenberg, Stuart (2011). “The Influence of Coaching on Employee Perceptions of Supervisor Effectiveness and Organizational Policies.” Journal of Business & Economics Research Vol. 9, No. 6, pp. 15-23.