Robert McGrath

Assistant Professor

Bob McGrath

Robert's areas of expertise include: leadership, organizational behavior, ethics, first-year seminars, experiential learning, and business/management education. Prior to his work in academia, he held numerous officer positions in the banking industry. Before joining the faculty at Lesley, he was Director of the MBA program and Assistant Professor of Business at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. He has held faculty appointments at Northeastern University, Salem State College, and North Shore Community College.

He holds a BA and an MBA from Boston College as well as a PhD from Lesley University.

Publications

McGrath, R. (2018).   A Conceptual Model of The Whistleblower on a Hero’s Journey. Journal of International Management Studies.  Vol. 13. No. 1. February 2018.

McGrath, R. (2018).  The Case of Barry Murphy and MVR Publishing:  A Case StudyJournal of Human Resources and Adult Learning.  Vol. 14. No. 1.  July 2018.

Presentations

McGrath, R. (2010). Integrating Theory and Practice in teaching Organizational Behavior to Undergraduate Students. Eastern Academy of Management. Annual Conference, Suffolk University, Boston MA.

McGrath, R. (2016), “Faculty Team Collaboration: First Year Seminars Program; And the course, ‘Whistleblower: Savior or Snitch.’” Eastern Academy of Management. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Manuscript for Panel/Symposia in the Management Education and Development Track.