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Joseph Mortati Sr Professorial Lecturer Department of Information Technology and Analytics

Degrees
MBA, The Johns Hopkins University
BA, Rutgers University
BS, United States Air Force Academy

Bio
Professor Joseph Mortati instructs in the areas of information systems and operations management. He is Co-Director of the Academy of Emerging Technologies, serves on the Senate Faculty Committee on Information Services (CIS), and is the Faculty Advisor for the AU Consulting Club. He began his career serving in the U.S. Air Force flying F-4 Phantom supersonic fighters. Upon moving to the private sector, he worked as an IT Project Manager and Business Analyst until starting his own IT consulting business, which he ran for 10 years. His research areas are Emerging Technologies and analyzing cases of American pilots unaccounted-for from the Vietnam War. He is Chief Consultant for the non-profit Center for MIA Research. He was previously an adjunct instructor at: The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, the University of Maryland's Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech), and George Mason University's School of Business. He is the author of "Collision Course - How Good Business Decisions Sank the Titanic (and why you're making the same mistakes)".

Current Courses


ITEC-200 - The Edge of Information Technology

ITEC-355 - Production and Operations Management

ITEC-455-630 - Business Process Analysis


Previous Courses


American University

ITEC-616 - Information Systems (online and on-campus)

ITEC-617 - Information Systems

ITEC-643 - Project Management (hybrid)

KSB-630 - IT and the Future of Work (online immersion)

KSB-630 - Using IT to Combat Fake Italian Fashion (international immersion)

KSB-696 - Using IT to Reduce Costs in Italian Winemaking (international immersion)

MGMT-382 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation


The Johns Hopkins University

BU.310.410 - Systems Analysis and Design

BU.350.620 - Information Systems


University of Maryland, College Park

ENES-463 - Strategies for Managing Innovation

ENES-464 - International Entrepreneurship

ENES-498 - Special Topics in Entrepreneurship


George Mason University

MBA-712 - Project Management

MIS-301 - Business Information Systems

MIS-330 - Systems Analysis and Design

MSOM-302 - Operations Management

MSOM-306 - Managing Projects and Operations

OM-301 - Operations Management

OM-493 - Management of Technology Projects
For the Media
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Teaching

Spring 2022

  • ITEC-200 Edge of Information Technology

  • ITEC-200 Edge of Information Technology

  • ITEC-455 Business Process Analysis

2022 Term 2

  • KSB-630 Business Capitals Immersion: Combating Fakes Ital Fashion

  • KSB-630 Business Capitals Immersion: Combating Fakes Ital Fashion

  • KSB-696 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Using Tech Ital Wine Making

Fall 2022

  • ITEC-200 Edge of Information Technology

  • ITEC-200 Edge of Information Technology

  • ITEC-455 Business Process Analysis