Robert H. Kieserman
Program Coordinator of the Health Administration program, Coordinator of Internship Programs
Robert H. Kieserman, M.B.A., MLIS, is the Program Coordinator and Advisor for the Health Administration program. He serves as the Coordinator of internship experiences for the School of Global Business. Kieserman is also the advisor to the Arcadia University Student Business Consulting Group, a community outreach program involving junior and senior level business administration students who assist new and existing businesses in their development. The group works with entrepreneurs throughout the Philadelphia region.
Kieserman teaches undergraduate courses in healthcare administration and human resources management and has taught special topics courses in hospitality management, electronic media management, arts management, and association management. As a degreed librarian, he also assists students in the School of Global Business as a business research specialist. The author of four books on medical practice management and more than 200 articles on a wide range of business issues, his research and writing has focused on the areas of employee relations and staff development, the laws of independent contracting, marketing and promotion of the business organization, and conflict resolution in the workplace.
He is the former senior columnist for the rehabilitation therapy group of journals of Merion Publications. He is currently on the editorial board of and a contributor to The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, an international journal published quarterly by Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd. He is also the Founding Executive Director of The Library Management Institute (LMI) and host of the annual LMI Summer Conference, a two-day gathering of library managers from across North America.
- Kieserman, B. (2007). "Resolving Interpersonal Conflict within the Library Organization." The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 20(4):174-176.
- Kieserman, R.H. (April 24-26, 2006). "Charting the Future of Your Public Library." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Library Trustee Association, which was part of the Annual Conference of the New Jersey Library Association, in Long Branch, New Jersey.