Robert S. Rubin
Associate Professor of Management
Robert S. Rubin is an award-winning
teacher and scholar specializing in the areas of organizational behavior and
human resource management. His current research examines leadership assessment
and development, organizational citizenship behavior and graduate management
education. He has been published in numerous books and leading academic
journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied
Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Business Ethics, Business Ethics
Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behavior and The Leadership Quarterly.
Rubin is an associate editor of the
Academy of Management Learning & Education. He also co-directs DePaul’s
Business Education Insider, a national online resource for research,
insights and news on management education issues, especially those affecting
graduate business programs for working professionals.
co-authored the textbook, “Managing Organizational Behavior: What Great
Managers Know and Do” (McGraw-Hill). His research has been profiled in national
publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, The
Financial Times and the Chronicle of Higher Education.
In addition to his academic work,
Rubin is an active human resources and organizational development consultant to
a variety of industries, including financial, healthcare and transportation
organizations. His consulting work spans human capital management, leadership
assessment and development, and organization development. In addition, Rubin
maintains an executive coaching practice for purposes of managerial skill
development and support.
Rubin received his PhD in Organizational
Psychology from Saint Louis University. He earned an MS in Industrial and
Organization Psychology from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and a BA
in Psychology from Indiana University.