Our Faculty

Ellen Weisbord


Academic Director, Executive MBA program

Lubin School of Business

Management and Management Science

  • @ New York City
    163 William Street 1602
Office Hours
New York City

Spring 2019
(by appointment)


PhD, Graduate Center, City University of NY, New York, NY
Organization and Policy Studies

MPhil, Baruch College, City University of NY, New York, NY
Behavioral Science

MBA, Baruch College, City University of NY, New York, NY
Organization and Policy Studies

MS, Queens College, City University of N Y, New York, NY

BS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Academic and Professional Engagement Activities

Dr. Weisbord is the Academic Director of the Lubin Executive MBA program, a hybrid program that has been called “innovative” by the AACSB. She joined the Lubin School of Business in 1993. Dr. Weisbord’s recent research includes global talent management, cross-cultural learning, and business simulations. Her teaching interests include business strategy and hybrid learning pedagogies. In addition to being the Academic Director of Lubin’s Executive MBA Program, Dr. Weisbord regularly teaches the program’s Competitive Business Strategy, Corporate Diversification Strategy and Independent Project modules.

Dr. Weisbord has served on the editorial review board of Journal of Managerial Issues since 1994 and has been a reviewer for the Academy of Management. She has presented her research at the Annual Conference of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, the Academy of Entrepreneurship, the Eastern Academy of Management, and the Academy of Management.

Dr. Weisbord received the Best Paper Award from Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education for “Student Hits in an Internet-Supported Course: How Can Instructors Use Them and What do they Mean?” and the Distinguished Paper Award from the Academy of Strategic and Organizational Leadership for “The Entrepreneur and the Natural Environment.”

Selected Contributions & Publications

Tarique, I., Weisbord, E. (2017). Emerging field of global talent management: Implications for global leadership talent. In Mark E. Mendenhall, Joyce S. Osland, Allan Bird, Gary R. Oddou, Michael J. Stevens, Martha Maznevski and Günter K. Stahl (Ed.), Global Leadership: Research, Practice and Development. New York: Routledge. Read More >>

Baugher, D., Weisbord, E., Ramos, C. (2014). Is the empirical validity of prior experience for performance affected by rating approach? (A in ABDC Ratings). Personnel Review. 43(3), 438-463. Read More >>

Tarique, I., Weisbord, E., (2013). Antecedents of Dynamic Cross-Cultural Competence in Adult Third Culture Kids (. Journal of Global Mobility. 1(2), 139-160. Read More >>

Baugher, D., Bucar, B., Weisbord, E. (2011). Which policy areas foster the greatest conflict between corporate headquarters and operating units of diversified firms?. Advances in Management. 4(6), 50-55.

Baugher, D., Weisbord, E., Eisner, A. (2011). Damping the elasticity of demand function in a business simulation: Does lower market volatility decrease student satisfaction with their experience?. Journal of Business And Behavioral Sciences. 23(3), 4-14.