Joseph J. Miglio


Joseph J. Miglio

Program Chair, DBA & MBA Programs, Cambridge College Global and Special Assistant to Provost for Academic Compliance

pronouns: he/him

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Life is a conversation. It provides access and engagement into expressing how we are known and how we can know others.


Dr. Joseph (Joe) Miglio is currently Program Chair of the DBA and MBA Programs at Cambridge College Global. He also serves as Special Assistant to the Provost for Academic Compliance as well being the Co-Chair of the Institutional Review Board . He has been a member of the institution since 1990.

Dr. Miglio's areas of expertise include leadership and design thinking, strategic planning and business development, product development and performance measurements. He has presented at multiple national conferences on topics such as professional identity and income generation, personal brand marketing strategies, start up to scale up businesses models, competitive analysis and value propositions, trend analysis/forecasting and innovative design.

He has a Doctorate in Education from National Louis University in Chicago and is the creator of the Reflexive Engagement Method, a model of inquiry based on self- knowledge construction and intrapersonal understanding.

His most recent work is based on the dual concept that “life is a conversation and life as a conversation” utilizing the narrative analysis and structural assessments to assist in identification of key branding attributes for nonprofit organizations, business enterprises and self/leadership development.

Education & Certifications

  • EdD Adult and Continuing Education, National Louis University (2003)
  • MEd Continuing Education, Boston University (1990)
  • BA Psychology, SUNY Albany (1974)

Courses Taught

  • Organizational Theory and Behavior
  • Strategic Management
  • Leadership Models
  • Business Ethics
  • Research Methods
  • Principles and Practices of Lifelong Learning
  • Communication Strategies
  • Innovation and New Product Design
  • Organization Development and Change Management