Robert M. Krug, M.B.A., D.M.

Robert M. Krug, M.B.A., D.M.

Associate Professor

Graduate Management Studies BK LI
M.B.A. BK LI
Health Care Management M.B.A. LI
Health Care Management M.B.A. — Health Information Systems LI
Management M.S. — Health Care Management LI
Management M.S. — Human Resources Management LI
Management M.S. — Organizational Management LI
Accounting M.B.A. BK
M.B.A. Online BK LI

Contact

SJC Brooklyn

  • 718.940.5726
  • Tuohy Hall, Room 201

SJC Long Island

  • Business Technology Center, Room 2-11

Education

D.M., Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, 2006

M.B.A., Corporate Finance, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, 1981

B.S., Accounting, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, 1974
 

Bio

Dr. Krug joined St. Joseph’s as a full-time faculty member in 2008 after a 35-year career in industry — the last 23 years at JPMorgan Chase Bank. The diverse courses taught at the graduate level — including Organizational Theory and Design, Operations Management and Supply Chain, and Strategic Management — mirrors equally varied work experience in several industries. He also teaches Organizational Behavior at the undergraduate level. Marrying theory and practice in the classroom, Dr. Krug helps students focus on application and the ability to utilize what they have learned on a real-time basis. In addition to course content, he focuses students on the qualities that make them better managers. At St. Joseph’s, he has served on several committees.

Scholarly & Professional Interests

Dr. Krug is active in the Society for Business Ethics where for six years he was a member of its board of directors and acted as its treasurer. He is also a member of the Academy of Management, as well as the Eastern Academy of Management where he has held several roles.

Select Publications

“Fulfilling the Promise of Personal Engagement: Recognizing Realistic Process Requirements,” Organization Development Journal, 26(1) (2008), 63-68.

“Sarbanes-Oxley and the Compliance-Ethics Quandary: A Practitioner’s View,” Business & Professional Ethics Journal, 23 (2004), 190-199.
 

Quote

"People forget facts; they remember stories."