Orlando Griego, Ph.D., is an expert in human resource and leadership development, with experience as a senior faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute. Griego teaches strategy, research design, and human resource development courses at APU, and has presented and written on topics such as research methodologies, leadership, and organizational development. Griego was, among other credits, winner of the Best Teacher of the Year 2002 at APU, nominated as Best Teacher of the Year in 1998 and 1999 while at Colorado State University, and was the keynote speaker in 1997 at the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.
Ph.D., Human Resource Development, Colorado State University
M.S., Human Resource Management, Golden Gate University
B.A., Social Work, San Jose University
School of Business and Management
Training and Development
BUSI 450 – Strategic Management BUSI 515 – Marketing Research BUSI 532 – Ethical Issues in Nonprofit Management BUSI 578 – Strategy and Planning BUSI 583 – Integrated Decision Making HROD 500 – Human Resource Development HROD 570 – Organizational Performance Improvement MGMT 510 – Current Issues in Business and Management MGMT 541 – Management for the Worldwide Organization MKTG 362 – Consumer Behavior MKTG 363 – Marketing Research