David B. Greenberger

Professor Greenberger’s extensive research on numerous management issues has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Executive and Journal of Management Inquiry.

Dr. Greenberger won the first annual Walter Ulmer Award given by the Center for Creative Leadership for his paper on time and leadership. Most recently, his research has focused on issues involving contingent workers and the impact of technology on management and human resource practices.

Areas of Expertise

  • Leadership
  • Compensation
  • Temporary Employees
  • Management and Technology
  • Virtual Organizations


  • PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • MS, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • BA, Johns Hopkins University

BUSMHR 4627 - Leveraging Athletics for Business and Personal Success

Study of complexities confronting professional athletes. Despite perceived glamour surrounding professional sports, many former stars become directionless and penniless when their playing careers end. Classroom experience through readings and assignments will explore how this can occur and attempt to understand and offer activities and behaviors that lead to life success.

BUSMHR 7325 - Human Resource Problem Solving

A capstone course that engages students in diagnosing and solving human resource problems.
Prereq: Enrollment in MLHR program.

BUSMHR 7335 - Managing Diversity

Best practices and innovative ideas in managing diversity, the impact of diversity within and outside the organization, and how diversity creates value for an organization.
Prereq: Grad standing.


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    Columbus, OH 43210

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