Technology Management & Innovation
- Phone: 718-260-3835
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location: RH 614
University of Louisville , Class of 1977
Master of Business Administration,
The City College of New York (CUNY), Class of 1971
- Design For Manufacturability Environmental Health & Safety Engineering Economy
- Graduate level courses in Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering
- Design for manufacturability
- Working with local industries to improve their operations
- The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Society of Automotive Engineers
- American Society of Quality
National Science Foundation Grant Number 0227693, ()
Introduction of Point-of-Service Scanning Technology Linked to Cash Registers in Small Grocery Stores Owned by Minority Communities in New York City
- Bugliarello, G., M. Greenstein and W. B. Shore, “Using Technology to Enhance the Economic Efficiency of Small Retail Establishments,” Applied Research in Economic Development, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2007
- Bugliarello, G., M. Greenstein, W. Shore, B. Williams, M. Bobker and C. Helm, “JUT Note: Technology and Bodegas,” Journal of Urban Technology, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 113 – 122, August 2006
Favorite Books + Authors
Please provide a brief description of your teaching philosophy
Believe engineers should have hands on experience working in a real business.
What do you enjoy most about teaching at Poly?
The diversity of student’s and the freedom to make decisions without being second guessed
Aside from textbooks, what other reading material would you recommend to your students?
The Wall Street Journal. Business Week
Is there a particular person who has made a significant positive impact on your life?
My Father who taught me to think out of the box.
Outside interests or hobbies:
"If you are not keeping score you are only practicing."
Professor Greenstein started his engineering career at Brooklyn Technical High, after graduation he attending The City College of New York where he graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical). Upon graduation he worked for General Electric and spent two years on their Manufacturing Management Program.
While working for General Electric, he received a Master of Business Administration, from The University of Louisville and is a Professional Engineer. After leaving General Electric, he had various positions with Gould, Crouse-Hinds, Amtrak and AT&T/Lucent Technologies. He is a registered Professional Engineering (Kentucky).
At AT&T/Lucent Technologies he worked for Bell Laboratories, Corporate Education, Submarine Systems, Supply Chain Management and Network Systems. Retiring from Bell Laboratories in 2001, he accepted a position at Polytechnic Institute of NYU in Brooklyn. Currently he is the Director of The Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Programs and responsible for the administration of the GEM and internship programs.