Moshe Rubinstein

Professor

Biography

Professor Moshe F. Rubinstein is a professor at the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and is Director of the A-B-C Corporate Network at the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA. He is an internationally renowned authority on problem solving and creativity in organizations. He is widely respected for his insights, expertise, and ability to infuse organizations with tools for decision making and innovation. He has been a consultant to many major corporations and has been invited to lecture all over the world.

Professor Rubinstein is a Fulbright Hays fellow and has received numerous awards for his outstanding teaching, including the UCLA Academic Senate Award, the UCLA Alumni Award, and the Anderson School Executive Education Teaching Award. He has published over 100 articles and ten books, including Patterns of Problem Solving, Tools for Thinking and Problem Solving, Concepts in Problem Solving. His latest book The Minding Organization, published by John Wiley & Sons in 1999 has been translated into five languages. His other books also have been translated into several foreign languages. Professor Rubinstein was named in January 2000 one of the top twenty professors of the century at UCLA.

Education

PhD, MS, BS Engineering and Applied Science, 1951-1960, University of California, Los Angeles - The Anderson School of Management