B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of New
M.S. in Organizational Behavior, Polytechnic University
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute
Bohdan is the Academic and Program Director for both the
Master's in Science of Management and Bachelor's in
Business and Technology Programs at the Department of Technology Management.
is an Adjunct Professor of Management at the Technology
Management Department at Polytechnic University where he has lectured undergraduates on Project Planning and Quality Management, Global Perspectives on Technology Management,
as well as on Organizational Behavior. He has been with Polytechnic for 16 years.
is a native New Yorker with nineteen years of proven multi-disciplinary
global industry experience. He
began his career as a development engineer specializing
in bit slice architectures for the Singer Company, Kearfott
Division. The tasks there revolved around classified military
has been employed internationally in positions in the
United States, as well as in Europe; Switzerland, Sweden
and the Netherlands, where his activities have taken him
on business worldwide, where he managed numerous teams
of IT professionals and students.
11 year international career began with the multi-national
Brown Boveri (now ABB) as an engineering specialist, and
then at Philips Electronics. While at Philips, his roles
spanned areas such as:
Business Management within the Personal Computer Division,
design and development together with Office Automation,
and Marketing Management and in the area of Personal
Computers and Connectivity - Networking.
training on networking technology and growing a networking
Property (IP) License Management within Compact Disc
and Digital Compact Cassette, where his responsibilities
ranged between Licensing Manager, Product Manager and
MIS Project Manager.
Mentor during the MIS project, where he maintained a
vibrant mentoring program with the Eindhoven Technische
Hoog School in the Netherlands.
professional management interests are within the management
of human resources in an IT context and issues such as
productivity, knowledge management, process re-engineering,
cross functional team building, employee retention - career
management and organizational - cultural change.
interests are within diverse multi-national corporate cultures, technoloogy, photography and Jungian based depth psychology.
has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from
Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California. His
dissertation "Anima Machinae - Machinae Deus Ex" is forthcoming. The topic revolves around the relationships between
technology (Artificial Life, anthropomorphic robots & cyborgs), myths, religions and Jungian based depth psychology.
For an abstract click here.
In his free time he is pursuing a post-graduate clinical training program in Jungian analysis.
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