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Newt Margulies

Newt Margulies

Professor Emeritus

n.margulies@uci.edu  

Education

PhD, UC Los Angeles
MS in Management, MIT
BS in Engineering, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute

Research Interest

Organizational Behavior


Dr. Margulies is Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behavior. He has served as Dean of the then Graduate School of Management, University of California, Irvine, where he has also served as the founding Director of Executive Education and later served at the Associate Dean of that program. In addition, he has the distinction of being appointed a Fellow in Executive Education (1999) in the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA.

Dr. Margulies earned the BS degree in Engineering from the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, the MS degree in Industrial Management from MIT, and the PhD in Management and Behavioral Science from UCLA.

Previously, he served as Dean and Professor of Management in the College of Business Administration at California State University, San Marcos.

Dr. Margulies has been a visiting professor abroad and has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally on the subject of organizational change and development.

He has extensive experience in consulting with a wide variety of organizations on change and organizational transitions including TRW Space and Defense Systems, Northrop Corp., the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Nissan Motor Company, Fluor Daniel Corp., a number of Head Start agencies, Kaiser Permanente, the National Emergency Medical System, San Francisco general Hospital and the Community Health Group.

Professor Margulies is the author of more than 60 articles in the field of organizational change and development and has co-authored 6 books in the field including Organizational Development: Values, Process, and Technology; Conceptual Foundations of Organizational Development; Organizational Development in Health Care Organizations; and Human Systems Development.

Research

Organizational Change and Development: dealing with organizational diagnosis and processes of change. Exploring the variety of techniques that improve organizatonal effectiveness and teamwork.