Leon Fraser

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Assistant Professor of Professional Practice and Managing Director for Executive Education
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WP 1008
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Academic Info

M.B.A., The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania; Management
B.A., Harvard University; Government


Managing Strategic Transformations; Executive Leadership; Principles of Management; Organizational Behavior; Managing Teams; Managing Workforce Diversity; Management Consulting Best Practices; Creativity, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship; Business Policy & Strategy, and Corporate Strategy.

Leon Fraser is on the Rutgers Business School (RBS) faculty in the Department of Management & Global Business. Previously, he was a strategy executive with Verizon, vice president of marketing of a software company, and a management consultant. He has a joint appointment as Managing Director of Executive Education programs for Rutgers Business School.

Teaching and Service Awards: 2017 Recipient of Dean’s Award for Meritorious Service; Faculty Advisor to the 2016 RBS MBA Team – 1st Place Winner, NC State Healthcare IT National Grand Business Challenge; Recipient of the 2015 Rutgers University-wide Leader in Faculty Diversity Award, 2014 “Best Professor Award” by the New Brunswick MBA Flex Students, 2013 "Best Teaching Style Management & Global Business Professor" in the Dean's Student Advisory Council Annual Survey, the 2012 "Most Knowledgeable Management & Global Business Professor" in the Dean's Student Advisory Council Annual Survey, the 2011 "Best Management & Global Business Professor" Award from the Rutgers Business Governing Association, and First Runner-Up of the overall "Best Professor" Award of the MBA Class of 2011.

Executive Education: Rutgers Business School has standardized and customized solutions to meet business leaders' company training and executive education needs.  Prof. Fraser helps you to (1) identify the content, seminars, and subject-matter-experts that are the best match for your needs; (2) navigate the extensive skills modules and certificate programs offered through Rutgers University’s 33 schools and colleges (e.g., business, law, engineering, medicine); (3) develop solutions which are high quality, cost effective, and get the results that you want.