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Kevin Nash, Ph.D.


Director of MBA and MPA Programs
Assistant Professor of Management

Diploma in Marketing, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
M.A. in Management, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
Ph.D. in Industrial / Organizational Psychology, Capella University, Minniaplolis, MN

kevin.nash@liu.edu

Dr. Kevin Nash joined LIU Hudson in January 2014 as Director of the MBA and MPA Programs and Professor of Management. Prior to joining LIU Dr. Nash divided his time between teaching as an adjunct professor on the MBA and Leadership programs at Albertus Magnus College, Connecticut, and providing management consulting services to corporate clients.

Dr. Nash has worked with clients in a wide range of industries in the USA, Europe, Africa, and Asia. His areas of specialty are organizational change, employee assessment and training, and talent management.

From 1998 to 2006  Dr. Nash was Executive Director of Employee Development at Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. with responsibility for employee training and development and succession planning for over 9.000 employees.

Dr. Nash has a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Capella University, an MA in Management from The University of Kent, UK, and a Diploma in Marketing from the Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland.

He is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and a Board Member of the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and two grown children.

Specialties

Organization development and change, Employee assessment and development, Human Resources Management.

Publications

Nash. K. (2008) The Alignment of Personal and Organizational Values as a Predictor of Successful Hiring Decisions. Presented at the annual meeting of the

Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, Orlando, Fl.

Nash, K (2007), Differences in the Responses of Managers to 360 Degree Feedback in Low, Medium, and High Power-Distance Cultures. Discussion Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, Reno, NV.

Du Preez, M., Nash, K., (2007). New Approaches to Building Organizational Talent Pipelines. Discussion paper presented at the annual meeting of the Garden State Council of the Society for Human Resources Management. Long Branch. NJ

Honors/Awards

President’s Award of the Marking Institute of Ireland for achieving first place in the country in the Marketing Diploma examination.

Professional Affiliations

Member, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Board Member, Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management (IBAM)

Member, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology