Dr. Robinson is an adjunct professor in the area of management in the School of Business. He has been employed by the D.C. Courts since May 1999 and has previously served on active duty in the United States Navy. While serving on active duty he earned his Bachelor’s degree from Bowie State University and his Master of Science Administration from Central Michigan University.
Dr. Robinson has earned 5 nominations in 7 years for the distinguished Stanley J. Drezek Teaching Excellence Award. He received a letter of commendation within his first 45 days of hire, and rated 35th among 808 professors at the University of Maryland University College. He authored articles for numerous publications, including the DC Courts Newsletter, Full Court Press, and New Jersey Courts Newsletter, The Beacon, and American Society for Quality Newsletter. He recently authored an article titled Ten Tips Organizations Should Consider When Implementing a Successful Succession Plan, published in http://www.fedsmith.com/article/2965/ten-tips-organizations-should-consider-when.html with a readership of 4,500 plus.
Recent Related Articles:
Robinson, K. E. Succession Planning: A Work “NOT” in Progress; Robinson, K.E. Forward Thinking: One on One Leadership. Unpublished Manuscript (August 2011).
Robinson, K. E. Succession Planning: The Stakes Are High. Unpublished Manuscript
Robinson, K. E. Succession Planning: Make It a Top Priority. Unpublished Manuscript
Dr. Robinson earned his doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University with a concentration in Organizational Leadership and a specialization in Human Resources Development (HRD).