Ph.D., 2011. Buddhist Psychology in Management, Tilburg University, The Netherlands.
Ed.D., 1995. Institutional Management/Organizational Leadership, Pepperdine University, USA.
AACSB Post-Doctoral Bridge to Business Program, 2010. Management/Marketing, Tulane University, USA.
MBA, 1991, West Coast University, Los Angeles, California
M.Phil, 1985, Guru Nanak Dev University (coursework completed)
M.Com, 1978, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. (Gold-Medalist)
B.Com, 1976, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (Pb), India.
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS
2009 Wharton Executive Leadership Development Program, PA.
2005 Harvard Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, MA.
2003 Stanford Executive Leadership Program, CA.
Leadership Implications of Total Quality Management in Higher Education (1995)
Buddhist Psychology in the Workplace: A Relational Perspective (2011)
1990 – Present: Woodbury University, Burbank, California
1998 – Present: Professor of Management & Accounting
1990 – 1997: Assistant & Associate Professor of Management & Accounting
2011– Present: Lead Faculty, Carl Benz Academy (CBA), MBA Program*
1989 – 1991: Assistant Professor, Glendale Community College, California
1978 – 1988: Senior Lecturer of Commerce, DAV College, Punjab, India
Current courses: Management and Organizational Behavior (WMBA 505), Ethical Leadership (WMBA 560), Organization Behavior and Strategy (PMBA 506), Fundamentals of Case Analysis (WMBA 5707), and Spirituality in the Workplace (WMBA 557), Self-Leadership for Executives (Carl Benz Academy)
Woodbury University, Burbank, California:
*The CBA is a joint international education program led by Mercedes-Benz (China) Ltd and Mercedes-Benz Auto Finance Ltd in cooperation with Peking University (China), The Free University of Berlin (Germany), and Woodbury University (USA). It offers MBA program to Mercedes-Benz executives.
- Associate Dean, School of Business (2004—)
- Chair & Director, MBA Program (1997 –)
- Chair, Carl Benz Academy (CBA), Special MBA Program* (2011—)
- Co-Chair, Organizational Leadership Programs (2007-2009)
- Chair, Dept. of Business and Management (1997-2005)
- Director, e-Commerce Programs (2000-2004)