University of Southern California

RS Hubbard
Assistant Professor of Clinical Management Communication

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

Phone: 
213-740-4233
Education: 
PhD, Budapest University of Technology and Economics; MS, University of Southern California, BA, Boston University

Overview

RS Hubbard teaches various courses in Management Communication, works with several faculty committees, advises student organisations, and conducts research to enhance the educational experience of students. Prior to joining USC, he taught Business Communication and Strategic Marketing at UCLA, administered professional development programs in Eastern Europe for the U.S. Department of State, and was a professor in the MBA programme at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. His publications include Using Web-Conferencing Technology to Enhance Business Simulations, Effective Teaching Methodologies for Technical and Business Education, and The Importance of Process Skills in Technology and Business.

Research

Student perceptions of online learning 2013
Sustainability and the triple bottom line 2013
The benefits of case studies in organizational learning 2013
Trends in Business Writing 2013
Use of web-conference technology to enhance business simulations 2013
Impact of Management Communication Instruction 2012
Management Communication Programmes and the Triple Bottom Line (Financial Profitability, Environmental Protection and Social Responsibility) 2012
Management Communication: A Complement to Business Degree Programmes 2012
Student perceptions of online learning 2012
Use of web-confernce technology to enhance business simulations 2012
Project Management Tools That Facilitate Team Projects 2005
How African Millennium Foundation Projects Contribute to a National Policy on Internationalism 2004
Completing the Education of Engineers and Business Professionals: Going Beyond Technical Expertise - A Comprehensive Study Business and Technical Education in the United States and Hungary 2004
Managing Team Projects to Fulfill Organizational Objectives 2003
Evaluating Individual Contributions to Group Tasks and Projects 2002
Evaluating Individual Contributions to Group Tasks and Projects – Why Bother? 2002
Government - Led Visitor Feedback Management in The Economic Impact of Tourism in the Islands of Asia and the Pacific: A Report on the World Tourism Organization International Conference on Tourism and Island Economies. 2001
Effective Teaching Methodologies for Technical and Business Education in Complex Demands on Teaching Require Innovation 2000
Writing and Presenting Business Plans 2000
Completing the Education of Engineers and Business Professionals: Going Beyond Technical Expertise - A Comprehensive Study Business and Technical Education in the United States and Hungary 1999
Negotiating Contracts and Other Agreements 1999
Professional Communication 1997
Designing Creative Learning Activities for Professionals 1996
Managing the Process of Change 1995
Cross - Cultural Understanding: The Key to Successful Intercultural Communication 1993
Creating Effective Learning Systems in which the Goals of the Individual, the Community, and the Nation meet on Common Ground 1991
Directors' and Officers' Liability Insurance: A Matter of Necessity or Choice 1988