Professor Mark Clark has expertise in high-performing teams, leadership, diversity, and strategic human capital. His current research projects include work in team knowledge sharing, cybersecurity knowledge networks, team adaptation, multiteam system innovation, leadership, and stigmatized occupations. His field research engages a variety of organizations, including medical, design, and sports teams as well as high-tech companies and entrepreneurial startups. Clark’s work has been published in top academic outlets, including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Resource Management, and Group Dynamics, and has been presented at conferences and workshops around the world. Before earning his PhD, Clark gained experience in public and private sector management as a consultant, program director, trainer, treatment specialist, and board member. His clients have included some of the largest—and some of the smallest— companies in the world. He has been a visiting scholar at Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, Spain; ISCTE in Lisbon, Portugal; and Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands. At Kogod, Clark’s courses include Leading High-Performance Teams, Management of Organizations and Human Capital, Leading Organizational Change, Organization and Social Network Analysis, and Strategic Human Capital Management.
PhD, Business Management, Arizona State University; MA, Policy and Leadership, Ohio State University; BS, Psychology, Eastern Michigan University