Bob Calamai is currently a HR Consultant, and is also an adjunct professor at three NY area universities. He is currently teaching a graduate course in the Integrated Marketing program at NYU and a strategy course in the graduate HR program at Rutgers University. He also teaches two classes at the NYU Stern School of business – Strategic Talent Management in the MBA program, and Managing Change in the undergraduate program. He recently began teaching in the graduate HR program at Fordham University.
During the 2011-2012 academic year, he was the Interim Director of the New York University / School of Continuing and Professional Studies Graduate HR Program, and was also a Clinical Assistant Professor in the program. He assumed this role in September, 2011 after an HR career with IBM Corporation. Bob’s most recent role at IBM was the Director of HR for the Information Management organization of IBM. This global organization is responsible for developing information management software and services that integrates data and enterprise content for a broad array of IBM customers. He has also worked in several functional HR areas and in HR executive positions in multiple business units. In his previous position, he was responsible for the development of IBM’s worldwide HR Organization, which included hiring, training, leadership development, and succession planning for over 3,000 HR professionals.
Prior to his current teaching appointments, he was an adjunct professor in the graduate and undergraduate management programs at Pace University, and taught courses in Management and HR Management. Bob received his BS degree in Business Administration from the State University of New York and an MBA in HR Management from Pace University.