Joseph Markert

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Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Office Location: 
WP 1094
Office Phone: 
973-353-5121
Academic Info
Education: 

M.B.A., Fairleigh Dickenson University; Management
B.S., LaSalle University; Industrial Engineering / Management

Expertise: 

Employee Development, Organizational Behavior, Leadership

Teaches: 

Principles of Management; Organizational Behavior; Executive Leadership; Byrne Seminar

Joseph Markert is a full time instructor at Rutgers University Business School where he teaches Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Principles of Management and Executive Leadership. He is also Director of Professional Services at Datamatics Management Services, a management consulting company specializing in labor management and HR. He received the award for Meritorious Teaching in 2009 and continues to be rated as an outstanding instructor at Rutgers Business School.

Joe is a certified instructor with experience in Training and Development, HR Management, manufacturing management, sales and customer service. He is comfortable in the boardroom, the field or the college classroom. He possesses a comprehensive background in training and employee development, project management, state training grants and implementation of change strategies.

Prior to joining Datamatics, Joe held several management positions at Firmenich Inc., a flavor and fragrance manufacturer and Hoffmann LaRoche, a major pharmaceutical and health care company. He also worked at E.R Squibb and Johnson & Johnson. He has extensive experience in Employee Development Training, Team Dynamics and Employee Performance Management. He also conducts training and employee development seminars at Brookdale Community College.

Joe holds a BS degree in Industrial Management/Engineering from LaSalle University and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickenson University. He is a certification trainer for Development Dimensions International (DDI). He is a member of the American Management Association (AMA), American Association of University Professors, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).