FOGELMANM.JPGMartin L. Fogelman

Visiting Assistant Professor of Management

Address: BA 324 University at Albany, Albany, NY 12222-1000

Phone:   (518) 442-5545
Fax:       (518) 442-4765

Martin Fogelman is a faculty member at the University at Albany. He is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business. He instructs introductory classes in Management/Organizational Behavior to all undergraduate business majors and minors.  Previously, his main responsibilities were in the MBA program's Human Resource/Information Systems concentration, where he taught courses in HRIS, change management, and Organization Development.

His diverse professional experience includes positions in systems analysis, design and implementation; management of internal budget and public service operations; corporate consulting; and curriculum development and instruction in several disciplines at the secondary, undergraduate, graduate and professional development levels.

Research interests include freedom and privacy over computer networks, diffusion of technological innovation, strategic alignment of information systems, and the use of biometric data in the workplace.



        Ph.D. University at Albany (SUNY), Rockefeller College Interdisciplinary Program in Information Science and Policy, 1999. Specializations: Information Decision Systems, and Information Science and Organizational Learning

        M.B.A. University at Albany, School of Business, 1984

        M.S. University at Albany, School of Education, Teacher Education Program, 1973

        B.A. University of Buffalo (SUNY), English, 1972.


Recent and Current Courses Taught

        Computer Applications in Human Resource Management (B Mgt 601)  
       Subprogram Overview    Computer Application Module Overview

o       Core course in the Human Resource/Information Systems Sub-program

o       Study and project experience using software, hardware and other HRIS products and services

        Managing Productivity and Quality of Work Life (B Mgt 602)  

o       Core course in the HRIS Sub-program

o       Information gathering and other outside and internal consulting skills

        Concepts in Management (B Mgt 680)  

o       Course topic varied each term

o       Hands-on projects in systems implementation and design

        Human Resource Information Systems (B Mgt 471)  

o       Advanced senior-level undergrad HR management course

o       Various decision support system applications papers, projects and presentations

        Human Resources Management (B Mgt 514)  

o       Introductory MBA overview of human resource management in organizations

o       Main units included staffing, performance appraisal, training, compensation and benefits management

        Behavioral Foundations of Management (B Mgt 341)  

o       Overview of research and theory about behavior in organizations

o       General introduction to the field of management, including planning, decision making, human resource and diversity management, and organization change and development.


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