Stewart D. Friedman Faculty Profile

Stewart D. Friedman
Practice Professor of Management
Director, Wharton Work/Life Integration Project

PhD, University of Michigan, 1984; MA, University of Michigan, 1983; BA, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1974

Recent Consulting
Work/life integration and leadership development in various organizations throughout the US and Europe. Adviser to former Vice President Gore and Jack Welch on work/family issues. Named by Working Mother as a "champion of working parents" - one of the 25 most influential men in America on improving life for working families.

Academic Positions Held
Wharton: 1984-present (Founding Director, Work/Life Integration Project, 1991-present; Founding Director, Wharton Leadership Program, 1992-1999; Director, Academic Affairs, Undergraduate Division, 1991-92.) Visiting appointments: University of Michigan; Helsinki School of Economics.

Other Positions
Director, Leadership Development Center, Ford Motor Company, 1999-2001; Counseling Psychologist, Counseling Center, State University of New York, 1978-80; Psychotherapist, Dartmouth Medical School, 1975-78.

Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
William Whitney Teaching Award, 2007; MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award, 1996; Outstanding Teaching Award, Undergraduate Evening School, 1993; Outstanding Teaching Award, Undergraduate Division, 1990.

Representative Publications
Total Leadership: Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life Harvard Business Press, June 2008.

(with S. Lobel)
"The Happy Workaholic: a Role Model for Employees." Academy of Management Executive (2003).

(with J. Greenhaus)
Work and Family - Allies or Enemies? Oxford University Press, 2000; Spanish translation, 2001.