Thomas Wise Assistant Professor of Project Management
Dr. Thomas Wise is an Assistant Professor of Project Management and speaker on virtual working and problem-solving concepts, and published several articles and books on agile, project management, and virtual concepts. Dr. Wise is certified by the Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional, by the American Society for Quality as a Manager of Quality and Operational Excellence, and has certification in Lean Six Sigma, and change, with expertise in problem-solving, continuous process improvement, agile and lean methodologies. Dr. Wise’s experience includes leadership and consulting across industries, including nuclear power, financial, entertainment, and pharmaceuticals.
Teaching & Research Interests:
Dr. Wise presented papers at the Virtual Working Summit and TM Forum. Dr. Wise published books in agile and lean readiness and virtual teamwork and has a research focus in virtual project teams and quality.
Doctor of Philosophy in Organization Management with spec. in IT Management, Capella University, Minneapolis MN, USA.
Master of Business Administration, University of St. Francis, Joliet IL, USA.
Bachelor of Science dual major in Human Resource Management and Organization Management, University of St. Francis, Summa Cum Laude, Joliet IL, USA.
Associate in Arts, Joliet Junior College, Joliet IL, USA
The Quantum Enigma and the Project Leader
Architecture and Governance Magazine recently published an article by Dr. Thomas Wise, assistant professor of project management at Harrisburg University...
Do I need a project manager?
Are projects better without the effect of human bias? That’s the thrust of an article appearing in Architecture & Governance...
The Boom Factor
By Tom Wise, Assistant Professor of Project Management, Harrisburg University of Science & Technology Talking from experience, getting to Boom...