Gregory Huszczo

Gregory Huszczo

Professor of Management

533 Owen


[email protected]


  • Ph.D. Michigan State University

Professional Summary

Dr. Huszczo has served as an organization change and development consultant and executive leadership coach while serving as a professor in Eastern Michigan University's masters degree program in human resources and organizational development (MSHROD). In addition to EMU, Greg has taught at Southern Illinois University, Michigan State University, and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Greg has consulted in the manufacturing sector (e.g. Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Freightliner Trucks, Navistar, J.I. Case, La-Z-Boy Furniture, and several smaller manufacturers); in the service sector (e.g. Australian Postal System, Ann Arbor Fire Department, and several school and hospital systems); for unions (e.g. UAW, SEIU, USW, UA, AFSCME, BAC); and for institutes (e.g. Society of Manufacturing Engineers, National Coalition for Community Justice, Michigan Labor Management Association, The University of Michigan Leadership Institute, The Scanlon Leadership Network, and the American Association of Pediatricians.) He has authored over 50 articles and papers as well as three books: Toward a More Organizationally Effective Training Strategy and Practice, Tools for Team Effectiveness, and Tools for Team Leadership.

Courses Taught

  • MGMT 386 Organizational Behavior and Management
  • MGMT 486 Organizational Change and Team Building
  • MGMT 499 Three Credit Independent Study
  • MGMT 602 Theory and Techniques of Organizational Development
  • MGMT 610 Diagnostic and Quantitative Methods in Organizations
  • MGMT 625 Management in Unionized Settings
  • MGMT 638 Building Continuous Improvement Teams
  • MGMT 681 Special Topics in Management

Research Interests & Projects

Industrial/Organizational Psychology; Organization Change and Development; Collaborative Union-Management Relations

Selected Publications

Huszczo, G. E. (2008). Making a Difference by Being Yourself: Putting your personality type to good use, Palo Alto, CA: Davies-Black Publishing (under contract).

Huszczo, G. E. (2005). Transformation of Diversity Trainers into Organization Development Change Agents. International Journal of Diversity.

Huszczo, G. E. & Ansden, T. (2005). Transformation of Diversity Trainers into Organization Development Change Agents. International Journal of Diversity, 4, 655-664.

Huszczo, G. E. & Bensch, G. (2005). How Type Influences the Way We Make a Difference in Relationships. XVI Biannual International Meeting of the Associations for Psychological Type.

Huszczo, G. E. & Opland, R. (2004). Making a Difference: How Type Influences Perceived Contributions at Work. Biannual International Meeting of the Association for Psychological Type.