L. Kenneth Harmon

Associate Professor

Major Responsibilities

Research Accomplishments

Development and application of programs and technologies for the management of enterprise transformation, systems engineering, project management and technology management.

  • MBA, Wright State University, 1970
  • BSIE, Georgia Tech, 1960
  • Engineering Program and Project Management
  • Transfer and Application of Emerging Technology
  • Enterprise Information Systems
  • Case Studies in Engineering Administration
  • Harmon, L. K., “STI Capacity Building: A Knowledge-Centric Strategic Process” VINE Journal Vol.37 No. 1, 2007 Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., Bradford U.K.
  • Harmon, L. K., “System Architecting: An Emerging Opportunity for IE's in the Growing Field of Enterprise Transformation” IIE Annual Conference (Industrial Engineering Research Council - IERC), May 2006, Orlando, Florida
  • Harmon, L. K., “The 'Systems' Nature of EnterpriseArchitecture” IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, October 2005, Waikoloa, Hawaii
  • Harmon, L. K., “Enterprise Architecture: An Improved Framework for the Organizational Profile” Senate Productivity and Quality Awards Program in Virginia --- Virginia Quality Conference and Forum for Excellence, October 2005, Richmond, Virginia
  • Harmon, L. K. and Moeller, M. L. “Excellence in Leadership: Culture Transformation Tools”, Senate Productivity and Quality Awards Program in Virginia --- Virginia Quality Conference and Forum for Excellence, October 2005, Richmond, Virginia
  • Harmon, L. K., “The System of Systems Paradigm: One Tentative Viewpoint” Potomac Institute Symposium on System of Systems, July 2004, Ballston, Virginia
  • Harmon, L.K., Schatzle R., “Planning for the Introduction of New Technologies on Ship Systems: A Dynamic Cost Analysis Approach” Presented to the 2003 Annual Defense Cost Engineering Symposium, January 2003, Williamsburg, Virginia
  • Performance Development: Strategic Tools for Enterprise Transformation (Academic Research)
  • On-Site Graduate Program in Engineering Administration (National Reconnaissance Office)
  • STI Capacity Building (World Bank Summit on Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction)
  • Systems of Systems: National Research Agenda (Potomac Institute)
  • Federal, State and Local Government — Defense and Print Media Industries
  • Board Member, Senate Productivity and Quality Award Program in Virginia
  • Advisory Council to Virginia Lt. Governor
  • Board Member, 4H Foundation in Virginia

L. Kenneth Harmon

L. Kenneth Harmon
L. Kenneth Harmon
  • (703) 980-9994
  • kharmon@vt.edu
  • Virginia Tech-Northern Virginia Center, Room 418
    7054 Haycock Road
    Falls Church, VA 22043