Michael Einstein

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Master of Business Administration (MBA)

A recent doctoral graduate who has worked as a student and now as a teacher in traditional, hybrid, and fully online teaching environments. Extensive experience developing and delivering global training and change management programs. A business professional for over 20 years for several large multi-national firms across multiple industries, including software, beverages, technology, and pharmaceuticals. Experienced in procurement and supply chain, supplier relationship management, contracting, logistics, helpdesk operations, and software development and support. Broad experience in general business operations, project management, software lifecycle methodologies, customer service, marketing, finance, and legal and financial compliance. Skilled at motivating, influencing, communicating, collaborating, and working in global, virtual, and cross-functional teams.

Teaching philosophy is that a teacher must: 1) develop and deliver engaging, professional, cohesive, and relevant class lessons; 2) promote a positive learning experience for the students through active student participation and reflection on the materials; 3) provide helpful and timely support, assistance, and feedback to the student as to their progress; and 4) help students build their knowledge, skills, interest, and enthusiasm for the subject.

Courses Taught

WMBA 4990 - Business Essentials

WMBA 6010 - Managing People & Promoting Collaboration


DBA, Wilmington University

MBA, New York University - Stern School of Business

BS, Union College

Public Service

Information Overload Research Gruop, Committee Member -

Elder Services of Berkshire County, Volunteer - Pittsfield

Awards / Honors

Business School Honors Society, Sigma Beta Delta, 2014


Einstein, M. M. (2014). The Impact of a Targeted Training Program on E-Mail System Processing Capabilities and Self-Perception of E-Mail Overload. Proquest - Dissertations and Theses