Human Resources Programs Chair
Lubin School of Business
Management and Management Science
PhD, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ
Management / Organizational Behavior
MS, New York University, NY
Combined Degree: Stern School of Business & Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
BBA, Pace University, NY
Academic and Professional Engagement Activities
Dr. Julia Eisenberg is an Associate Professor in the Management and Management Science Department. She earned her Ph.D. in Management from the Rutgers Business School, with a focus on organizational behavior. Her research interests include leadership, innovation, knowledge sharing, collaboration among geographically distributed individuals and teams, as well as the effects of technology affordances such as social media. She has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry, having worked for Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Private Bank, and Morgan Stanley, as a product developer and a manager in the technology and the finance divisions. She joined the Lubin School of Business in 2014. Dr. Eisenberg's teaching interests include individual, team, and organizational trends and she teaches courses such as Managerial & Organizational Concepts, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, and Negotiations.
Dr. Eisenberg is actively involved in student-focused activities from organizing events to being a guest speaker and panel moderator at university and student lead events. She is also one of the CEO Faculty Partners. Dr. Eisenberg often engages in career-related discussions with students, using her industry background to help guide their decisions. She also works on research projects that involve a variety of students, including Honors and DPS.
Dr. Eisenberg continually attends yearly domestic and international management conferences to present her research. In 2016, a paper co-authored by Dr. Eisenberg has received the best paper award at the International Conference on Communication and Media. In 2018, Dr. Eisenberg was one of the recipients of the Distinguished Research Award from the Institute for Global Business Research. In 2019, a paper co-authored by Dr. Eisenberg has received the Academy of Management Careers Division Best International Paper award.
Dr. Eisenberg is actively involved in service-related activities. She has organized multiple Professional Development Workshops to facilitate discussions to advance the state of the art related to teamwork in organizations as well as among undergraduate students. Dr. Eisenberg serves as a reviewer for the Organization Science Journal, Journal of International Management, Human Resources Management Review Journal, Small Group Research Journal, Organizational Management Journal, and has also served as a reviewer for multiple conferences and book chapters. Dr. Eisenberg also serves on multiple committees at Pace University.
Selected Contributions & Publications
Eisenberg, J., Post, C., DiTomaso, N. (2019). Team Dispersion and Performance: The Role of Team Communication and Transformational Leadership. Small Group Research. 50(348-380). Read More >>
Martinez, J., Eisenberg, J. (2019). Incivility And Beyond at the Top Management Team Level. Organization Management Journal.
Martinez, J., Eisenberg, J., Eisner, A. (2019). A Chairman's Dilemma: Selecting a Post-Acquisition Headquarters. Global Journal of Business Pedagogy. 3(3), 62-69.
Eisenberg, J., Krishnan, A. (2018). Addressing Virtual Work Challenges: Learning From the Field. Organization Management Journal. 78-94.
Eisenberg, J., Mattarelli, E. (2017). Building Bridges in Global Virtual Teams: The Role of Multicultural Brokers in Overcoming the Negative Effects of Identity Threats on Knowledge Sharing Across Subgroups. Journal of International Management. 23(4). Read More >>
Gibbs, J.L., Eisenberg, J., Rozaidi, N.A., Gryaznova, A. (2015). The “Megapozitiv” Role of Enterprise Social Media in Enabling Cross-Boundary Communication in a Distributed Russian Organization. American Behavioral Scientist. 59(1), 75-102.
Gibbs, J., Rozaidi, N., Eisenberg, J. (2013). Overcoming the “ideology of openness”: Probing the affordances of social media for organizational knowledge sharing. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 19(1), 102-120.