Associate Professor of Management
Ph.D., University of Georgia
M.B.A., State University of New York at Binghamton
B.B.A., Loyola College in Maryland
- College of Business
- Master of Business Administration
Dr. Frankie Weinberg is a Management professor at Loyola University’s College of Business. He joined the department in August 2010 after completing his Ph.D. in Management at the University of Georgia, where he also earned the graduate school’s prestigious Certificate in University Teaching. Prior to beginning his doctoral studies, Dr. Weinberg earned his M.B.A. and a Certificate of Leadership Studies from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 2005 and a B.B.A. in Finance and International Business from Loyola University in Maryland in 2000.
Dr. Weinberg’s areas of expertise include leadership, team and organizational knowledge sharing; designing, implementing, and analyzing mentoring programs; maximizing the benefits of workplace diversity; gaining social capital through networking; and improving teamwork processes. Dr. Weinberg has lent advice to decision-makers at numerous for-profit and non-profit organizations around the country, including the leadership team of 139-year-old Koch Enterprises, directors of the University of Georgia’s 820-member Facilities Management Team, administrators at numerous universities, multiple corporate and branch leaders of Hillel International, and members of the board of directors for New Orleans-based Café Reconcile and Café Hope.
Dr. Weinberg is an active member of the Academy of Management, the Southern Management Association, and the Global Sales Science Institute, where he has authored numerous papers accepted for presentation and earned awards for his quality of service. Further, he serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for a number of prestigious management journals. Dr. Weinberg’s research has been published in the Journal of Management, The Leadership Quarterly, Psychology & Marketing, among other high quality journals. These articles focus on issues related to formal and informal leadership, mentoring, workplace diversity, spiritual leadership, and decision-making processes of empowered employees.
In addition to his published work, Dr. Weinberg is presently collaborating with colleagues at Loyola University, Wake Forest University, the University of Texas, Northeastern University, Florida International University, and SUNY Buffalo on a series of studies that explain the mechanisms behind workplace interactions. One set of studies explains the social processes that contribute to team performance and encourage team members to share knowledge, while a second set examines the relationships between diversity, communication, and career success.
Further, Dr. Weinberg has established a global teaching repertoire, teaching undergraduate, M.B.A., and Master of Public Service Management classes on three continents. Prior to joining Loyola, he taught at the University of Georgia, The Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM) in the Republic of Cyprus, and at Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand. Courses he teaches include Organizational Behavior, Managerial Consulting and Applied Analytics, Organizational Structures, Leadership, Management of Organizations and Individuals, Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource Management, and Business Communication.