Christopher Bolick is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Master of Science in Project Management program. He has extensive experience in project management and business process improvement, and has previously worked with a Fortune 40 company in engineering and construction, real estate operations, strategic sourcing, facilities maintenance, and design and continuous improvement. He brings his extensive expertise in managing strategic initiatives and cross-functional teams to Northeastern where, since 2013, he has served as a graduate faculty member and academic consultant.
Mr. Bolick is the master teacher for the “Experiential Learning Projects for Professionals,” Communication Skills for Project Managers,” and “Project Scheduling and Cost Planning” courses, while overseeing the implementation of the Project Management Competency-Based Experiential Learning program. He has taught a range of courses at the graduate level, including "Project Foundations" and "Project Capstone," in addition to those listed previously. He has presented at the Project Management Institute's (PMI) 2018 Technology and Talent Symposium and has a chapter forthcoming in a new textbook on project management in his areas of research including the intersection of artificial intelligence, data analytics, and digital transformation as its related to project management practices.
He holds a Master of Project Management from Western Carolina University, and the following certifications; Project Management Professional PMP ©, Business Process Management, and Lean Six Sigma. Mr. Bolick is pursuing an EdD in Organizational Leadership Studies at Northeastern.