Clark H. Warner is a lecturer in the Management and Organizations Department at the Boston University – Questrom School of Business. His teaching is focused on organizational behavior and ethics and in the past has taught or co-taught courses in ethics, organizational behavior, corporate social responsibility, and quantitative data analysis among other topics.
Clark holds his PhD in management from the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole. His research is in behavioral ethics with a focus on the development and use of intuition in ethical decision making. He is an active member of the International Humanistic Management Association and is co-author on a paper published in the Humanistic Management Journal (Matheson et al 2021). Clark also holds a master’s degree in theological studies from Boston University, master’s degrees from Stanford University in business administration and sociology as well as a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics-computer science from Harvard University.
Prior to obtaining his PhD, Clark was a high-tech professional and worked at such companies as Apple, Netezza and IBM in a variety of capacities including, Engineering Manager, Director of Software Engineering and Sr. Director/Program Director of Product Management. He participated in the development of Apple’s MacOS X as manager of the file system as well as in the development of Netezza’s NPS data warehouse appliance and many of its successors. He is co-inventor on an Apple patent with Betrand Serlet and Avadis Tevanian Jr. for a Method and System for Seamlessly Accessing Remotely Stored Files (US 6842770B1)