Mark Nissen

Professor of Information Systems and Management, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California

Mark Nissen is Professor of Information Systems and Management at the Naval Postgraduate School. His research focuses on dynamic knowledge and organization. He views work, technology and organizations as an integrated design problem, and has concentrated recently on the phenomenology of knowledge flows, culminating in his second book entitled Harnessing Knowledge Dynamics: Principled Organizational Knowing & Learning (IRM Press, 2006). Mark’s publications span information systems, project management, organization studies, knowledge management and related fields. In 2000, he received the Menneken Faculty Award for Excellence in Scientific Research, the top research award available to faculty at the Naval Postgraduate School. In 2001 he received a prestigious Young Investigator Grant Award from the Office of Naval Research for work on knowledge-flow theory. In 2002 – 2003 he was Visiting Professor at Stanford, integrating knowledge-flow theory into agent-based tools for computational modelling. In 2004 he established the Center for Edge Power for multi-university, multidisciplinary research on what the Military terms command & control. Before his information systems doctoral work at the University of Southern California, he acquired over a dozen years' management experience in the aerospace and electronics industries.

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