H. Mark McGibbon

Information, Communications, & Technology Department

Lockheed Martin Visiting Faculty

Academic Credentials:
B.S., University of Utah
M.S., The Naval Postgraduate School
M.S. National Defense University
D.B.A. Columbia Southern University
Ph.D., Northcentral University
Harvard Senior Executive Fellow

Relevant Professional Experience:
Dr. McGibbon serves as the Visiting Lockheed Martin (LM) Chair at the National Defense University (NDU) Information College (iCollege).  Prior to his current Visiting LM Chair role, he served as the LM Information Technology (LMIT) European Operations Officer and Regional Manager. He also served as the Chief Enterprise Architect for the United States European Command, and the Advanced Concepts Technology Demonstration (ACTD) European Oversight Manager. He has served as an Adjunct Professor teaching doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate courses for the University of Maryland University College (UMUC), Norrthcentral University (NCU), ,UMUC  European Division in the U.K. and Germany, Troy State University (TSU), Columbia Southern University (CSU), University of West Florida (UWF), and Pensacola Junior College (PJC).

Dr. McGibbon has presented business leadership and technology topics as a keynote speaker, guest speaker and panelist at conferences, symposia and on the radio. He has published articles in the Federal Computer Week, Government Computer News, CIO.Gov, and multiple academic journals, He has published book chapters on Business Process Management (BPM) & Complexity Organizational Analysis.


Advanced Management Program (AMP)
  - AMP Domestic Field Study (DFS)
  - AMP Local Field Study (LFS)
Analytics and Simulation for Enterprise Architects (ASA)
White House, Congress, and the Budget (BCP)
Capstone (CAP) 
Changing World of the CFO (CFF) 
Continuity of Operations (COO) 
Cornerstone Seminar (CRN)  
Cyber Intelligence (CYI) 
Elective Courses (Multiple)
Emerging Technologies (EIT) 
Global Enterprise Networking and Telecommunications (GEN) 
International Perspectives on Cyberspace (IPC)
Organizational Culture for Strategic Leaders (OCL)
Risk Management, Internal Controls and Auditing for Leaders (RIA) 
Strategies for Assuring Cyber Chain Security (SAC) 
Web-Enabled Government: Facilitating, Collaborating, and Transparency (WGV)

Enterprise Architectures for Leaders (ARC) 
Changing Word of the CIO (CWC) (Retired course)
Chief Technology Officer Roles and Responsibilities (CTO) (Retired course)
Critical Information Systems (CST) (Retired course) 
Cyberspace Strategies (CYS)
DISA Net-Centric Operations Workshops (Retired course)
Enterprise Architecture Practicum (EAP) (Retired course) 
Global Information Grid Architecture and Advanced Concepts (GIG) (Retired course) 
National Intelligence and Cyber Policy (NIC) (Updated to CYI course)
Planning and Managing Enterprise Architecture Programs (PMA) 
Software Acquisition Leadership (SAL) (Retired course)
Strategies for Process Improvement (PRI) 
Strategic Communications for Government Leaders (SCL) (Retired course)