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UMT?s faculty team represents diverse backgrounds with members having taught and earned their advanced degrees from some of the top universities in the world.
J. Davidson Frame, PhD, PMP
Academic Dean

Dr. Frame has been a major player in technology management and project management education and training since the 1980s. He has written nine books and more than 30 scholarly articles on these subjects. His Managing Projects in Organizations (2003) is a business best seller. His most recent book, Framing Decisions: Decision Making that Accounts for Irrationality, People and Constraints, was published in 2013.

Prior to joining UMT, Dr. Frame served as a Professor of Management Science at The George Washington University (1979-1998), where he was Chairman of the Management Science Department (1988-89), and Director of the International Center for Project Management Excellence (1995-98). He also established the Master of Science in Project Management degree program at The George Washington University.

Dr. Frame has been active in the Project Management Institute (PMI), where he served a total of eleven years on the Board of Directors, served as Director of the Certification Program and Director of Educational Services. He received PMI's Distinguished Service Award and Person of the Year Award. In 2004, he was made a Fellow of PMI.

Dr. Frame has trained more than 35,000 managers worldwide over the past two decades. He has taught technology management, project management, and general management courses at organizations such as Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Fannie Mae, AT&T, Motorola, Sprint, Lucent, Boeing, IBM, and Marriott.

He holds the following degrees: a Ph.D. and an M.A. from American University, where he focused on development economics and quantitative methods; and a B.A. from the College of Wooster, with a focus on history and mathematics. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).


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