Dr. Margaret Gorman
Dr. Gorman is the former Executive Director of the Center for the Study of
Learning and the Executive Leadership Doctoral Program at the
George Washington University. She's been with GW for 12+ years,
involved in teaching, research, and practice in the area of human
and organizational studies. For her dedication and service to
the GWU's academic community, she received the GSEHD distinguished
alumni award to celebrated May 2004 commencement ceremonies. Prior
to coming to GW, Dr. Gorman worked in private industry for 5 years
in management development and in government and employee relations.
Margaret teaches graduate level courses (masters & doctoral) at
GW various executive education centers in the Washington DC area
and in Singapore. Her areas of interest are focused at the organizational
level, e.g. organizational diagnosis, culture and leadership,
knowledge and learning, and use of mix methodologies for examining
complex human interaction and non-linear change. Recent publications
include the upcoming book chapter "Foresight or Foreseeing:
A social action explanation of complex collective knowing"
to appear in Tsoukas & Shepherd, 2004 (eds.) Managing the Future:
Foresight in the knowledge economy.
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