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David J. Radosevich, Ph.D.
David J. Radosevich,
Ph.D., Professor of
Business Administration
at the University of
Wisconsin – Green Bay

David J. Radosevich, Ph.D., is a professor of Business Administration at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. Previously, he was a professor of Management at Montclair State University and a professor of Psychology at the Ohio State University.

For over a decade, David has been helping organizations develop and maximize their human capital to drive business success, using business tools such as executive assessment, selection, training, needs assessment, and performance management. His clients have included Wal-Mart, Schering Plough, the New York State Police, Bell Atlantic, and Developmental Dimensions International, where he has assessed leaders from several Fortune 500 firms.

Dr. Radosevich lectures regularly on the fusion of business and psychology to drive workplace best practices and business performance, including such topics as Leadership Development, Team Building, Organizational Change and Transformation, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Statistics, Research Methods,
and Psychology. He has been consistently recognized by graduate students, undergraduate students, and colleagues for his ability to deeply engage students and prepare them to provide immediate value in their careers. David speaks regularly to education professionals on ways to improve the art and science of teaching through the use of technology and engaged learning.

David’s work has been published in journals such as the Journal of Applied Psychology, International Journal of Business Research, and Innovate. He also contributes to the Academy of Management and American Psychological Association, among other professional organizations. David graduated Summa Cum Laude in Psychology from McDaniel College and earned his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University at Albany, State University of New York.

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