Associate Professor of Management
Office: Bey Hall 144
Joseph B. Mosca, Associate Professor, Department of Management and Marketing at Monmouth University’s School of Business Administration, is a member of the graduate faculty. Dr. Mosca earned his doctorate at New York University with a focus on management, technology, and education.
He specializes in human relations and the effects of technology and education on management and organizational behavior. Current research interests are the interactive effects of technology and education relating to employees and management. Included in his research are the effects of the global marketplace on organizational structures and their cultures. This research is complemented by more than twenty-five years of corporate-level administration in diverse areas: human resources, operations of services, operations of manufacturing, procurement, inventory control systems, office technology systems analysis, and marketing. As a practitioner, his role of corporate director of operations services included areas such as: supermarkets, warehousing and distribution, human resources, discount stores, incentives programs, labor relations, and materials handling management.
Current major areas of teaching experiences are: human resource management, human relations, management and organizational behavior, coaching and team development, and management of technology. In addition to responding to the dynamic changes in the management of human resources, he has developed a course in human relations with a focus on leadership, cultural diversity, employee needs, education, benefits, and the legal environment.
Scholarly accomplishments include winning The Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership Distinguished Paper Award, and publishing articles in the New England Business Journal, the Journal of Public Personnel Management, the Journal of Management in Practice, the Future Research Quarterly, and the Journal of Employment Counseling. Dr. Mosca has presented papers at Moscow State University (USSR), The University of Paris (France), and The University of Dublin (Ireland).
He has been the recipient of teaching awards, is a member of the Association of Management and the Human Resource Association, and is a peer reviewer for The New England Business Journal and the Association for Global Business Journal.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BM 404 – HYBRID
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed for both the intended human resource executive and business manager. It will increase your knowledge of human problems in organizational policy statements. Human problems in organizations confront all managers, not only those managers in human resource departments. This course is organized from a global perspective with a focus on diversity.
HUMAN RELATIONS IN ORGANIZATIONS BM 423 – HYBRID
DESCRIPTION: Study of human relations in organizations with particular emphasis on leadership, changing work values, cross-cultural relations, legal compliance, conflict resolution, and labor legislation.
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BM 490 - CMS
DESCRIPTION: The Strategic Management course is the capstone course of the business program and provides students with experience to interact with external business people in and outside the classroom. To develop the integrative skills needed to address the problems faced by managers in today's global business environment. The emphasis of the course will be on managerial skills, such as industry analysis, strategic planning, organization design, and strategy implementation, but the student will be required to call upon skills acquired throughout the business program to effectively address the problems and issues raised in this course. This course will primarily focus on broader issues faced by top-management concerning business and corporate strategy. Other topics covered are: cooperative strategies, international strategies, competitive dynamics, corporate governance, and innovation.
Mosca, Joseph, B., Agacer, G., Flaming, L., (2008). “Assessment Strategies To Assist Professors With The Evaluation Of Business Students,” The International Journal Of Learning, Volume 15, Issue, 1.
Mosca, Joseph, B., Paul, David, Skiba, Michaeline, (2007). “Action Learning In Action: How Business Students Strengthen Their Knowledge Bases Through Work-Based Experiential Methods,” Journal of Teaching and Learning, Volume 4, Number 12, ISSN: 1544-0389, pp.51-58.
Mosca, Joseph, B., Buzza, John, Abraham, Stuart, (2007). “The Essentials Of Cross Training: The Benefits Of Deligation And The Role Of Education,” The Journal of Business Case Studies, Volume 3, Number 3, ISSN: 1555-3353, pp.49-54.
Mosca, Joseph, B., Paul, Davis, Skiba, M., (2006). “Technology Increases Students’ Attention,” Journal of College Teaching & Learning, Volume 3, Number 8, August 2006, pp. 7–13.
Mosca, Joseph, Paul, David, Handlin, Amy, (2003). “Self-Perceptions of the Portrayal of Mature Consumers in Advertising,” Marketing Management Journal, Volume 13, Issue 1, Spring 2003, pp.100-107.