Executive MBA Lecturer; Director, Executive MBA Career Management & Alumni Relations
Dr. Erraji has more than 15 years of experience working in academia as a researcher and professor, in corporate positions within the pharmaceutical industry, and doing business across the U.S., Europe, Asia and Africa.
Dr. Erraji teaches Management Skills and Organizational Behavior courses to graduate and undergraduate students. She is extremely passionate about helping her students succeed in their careers, and is currently the Director of Career Management and Alumni Relations for the Executive MBA Program at Rutgers Business School.
Ph.D., René Descartes University, Paris, France; Molecular Biology & Pharmacology
MBA, Rutgers University, Newark; Pharmaceutical Management & Marketing
M.S., René Descartes University, Paris, France; Molecular Biology
Dr. Erraji teaches Organizational Behavior sessions to prepare Executive MBA students understand the underlying dynamics of a business and build the business acumen skills they need to make better business decisions and be more effective leaders. Her “Cross-Cultural Challenges in the Workplace” sessions focus on exploring practices and challenges faced by executives and their teams in today’s global organizations, and how to skillfully navigate culturally diverse workplaces.
The "Case Method" sessions focus on case analysis and presentation of real-life, complex, and ambiguous situations. In these sessions, Dr. Erraji has introduced computer-based business simulations to allow the Executive MBA students, in their role as executives, to apply multidisciplinary concepts (i.e., strategy, leadership, innovation), to understand the big picture, the underlying dynamics of a business, and to enhance their decision-making and problem solving.
"[Loubna] availed herself and in no time provided the guidance necessary to elevate my professional resume to an executive level, helped me focus on executive interview skills and techniques, and provided continuous input, advice and suggested strategies throughout the offer and negotiation process. I am proud to say her coaching and encouragement was critical in helping me land my new executive position.”