Daniel Goldberg

Daniel Goldberg

  • Fox School of Business and Management

    • Management

      • Associate Professor of Instruction

Biography

Daniel E. Goldberg is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Department of Human Resource Management. He is also the Academic Director of the Business Management Bachelor of Business Administration Program.

He founded the national optical chain “For Eyes.” Subsequently, he created an international management, marketing, public relations, and advertising firm.

He has been interviewed in publications such as Newsweek, Business Week, and Investor’s Business Daily, as well as many major United States newspapers. He also has appeared on Good Morning America and other television and radio programs.

Goldberg earned his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Delaware Valley University. He achieved a Master of Business Administration from Kutztown University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Temple University.

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

BA 3102

Business Society and Ethics

Undergraduate

HRM 3501

Power, Influence and Negotiation

Undergraduate

HRM 3507

Intrapreneurship in the 21st Century

Undergraduate

HRM 4597

Critical Skills for Effective Managers

Undergraduate

BA 9783

Research Project II

Graduate

BA 9883

Directed Reading/Study

Graduate

HRM 5112

Leading High Performing Teams

Graduate

Selected Publications

Recent

  • Blau, G. & Goldberg, D. (2021). An American Business School’s Academic Advising and Professional Development Centers’ Early Pandemic Response. Journal of Education and Development, 5(2), 34. doi: 10.20849/jed.v5i2.910.

  • Goldberg, D. Intrapreneurship: The Entrepreneurs From Within - A practical guide on innovation, strategy, and implementation. Great River Learning.

  • Blau, G., Snell, C., & Goldberg, D. (2020). Reinforcing the Importance of Maintaining Internship Support for College Student Engagement and Anticipated Employment. Journal of Education and Learning, 10(1), 1. doi: 10.5539/jel.v10n1p1.

  • Blau, G., Goldberg, D., & Szewczuk, R. (2020). Exploring the Relationships of Grading Assessment Learning Perceptions Scales to Perceived Added Education Value Required Course Business Scales. Journal of Education and Development, 4(2), 58. doi: 10.20849/jed.v4i2.775.