Charles Morrissey, PhD | Pepperdine University | Graziadio Business School

Charles Morrissey, PhD

Adjunct Professor or Strategy

Emeritus

Phone: (310) 568-5500

Email:  charles.morrissey@pepperdine.edu

Charles Morrissey Adjunct Professor or Strategy

Dr. Morrissey has transitioned from a successful career in new venture formation to the field of management education. He brings this extensive experience to his classes by blending the theoretical with the practical.

Claremont Graduate University

Doctor of Philosophy

Harvard Graduate School of Business

Master of Business Administration

Colby College

Bachelor of Arts

Education

Drucker School at Claremont Graduate University

Doctor of Philosophy

Harvard Graduate School of Business

Master of Business Administration

Colby College

Bachelor of Arts

Dr. Morrissey has transitioned from a successful career in new venture formation to the field of management education. He brings this extensive experience to his classes by blending the theoretical with the practical.

Area of Expertise

Entrepreneurship
Venture Capital
Information Systems

Current Research or Projects

Dr. Morrissey is currently researching and speaking at professional associations on the topic of the impact of the Internet on management
education.

Professional Experience

Dr. Morrissey is a veteran entrepreneur in the computer software field, both as a company founder and as a director.

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • Over 20 presentations to professional and academic associations on the topic of the role of the Internet in management education.
  • "Rethinking the Virtual University", Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 2002

Professional Memberships

Academy of Management

Awards

Howard White Teaching Award, 2008

Graziadio Business Review

Servanthood Leadership

Conversation with Evoke Software’s Lacy Edwards

IT MATTERS: Fifty Years and Counting

Managing Innovation through Corporate Venturing

E-Business: The New Management Challenge

Business and Universities Moving to Collaborative Technologies