Ph.D., University of Connecticut; M.F.A., University of New Orleans; M.S., Southern Connecticut State University; B.A., University of Connecticut
Leadership; organizational development; business and society; workplace community; international organizational behavior
Dr. Nirenberg has served as a dean, professor, consultant, and writer, applying his education and experience to uncovering the principles that result in eupsychian organizations: psychologically healthy, creative, productive, and satisfying places. His book, Power Tools: A Leader’s Guide to the Latest Management Thinking, helps managers quickly grasp the meaning, strengths, and weaknesses of more than 100 people-management tools and techniques. He also wrote Global Leadership and The Living Organization: Transforming Teams into Workplace Communities. His articles have appeared in professional and academic journals internationally.