Ph.D., University of Connecticut; M.F.A., University of New Orleans; M.S., Southern Connecticut State University; B.A., University of Connecticut
Business and society; eupsychian management; workplace community; new forms of organizing and leading; applications of social science to help understand management as a social system
Dr. Nirenberg is the lead faculty member for leadership and organizational change in the Ph.D. program in Walden’s School of Management. Previously, he served as a dean, professor, consultant, and writer in the field of applied management. He has worked as an educator and consultant in Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand for nearly a decade. Dr. Nirenberg is the author of Global Leadership; Power Tools: A Leader’s Guide to the Latest Management Thinking
; and The Living Organization: Transforming Teams Into Workplace Communities
. His articles have appeared in professional and academic journals on five continents, and he edited Aspects of Management in Malaysia
, the first management textbook in Malaysia that integrated Malaysian cultural influences with conventional management principles.