Knight has been an online Dissertation Chair and Mentor for over 9 years at Walden and, including other online universities, over 13 years total. He found the role as Chair and Mentor to be very rewarding as it helps quench his thirst for learning and allows him to "pay it forward" for all the help he has received from so many others in the academic world and other realms. He also works in technology services.
Knight earned his DBA in International Business at Argosy University in Sarasota, his MBA in Management with a concentration in Economics/Finance at Plymouth (NH) State University, and his BS in Mechanical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire. His doctoral dissertation is a cross-cultural study of value dimensions in China and the United States.
Knight is a strong believer in social change, and has worked as a Scout leader helping young men grow, a Big Brother to a Little Brother in Big Brothers/Big Sisters, as a leader of a church with a proud tradition of working for social justice, and a volunteer at a homeless shelter.
DDBA 9000 - Doctoral Study Completion
DDBA 8100 - Doctoral Study Mentoring
DDBA 8161 - Business Strategy and Innovation for Competitive Advantage
DDBA 8533 - Seminar in Market Research
DBA, Argosy University Sarasota
MBA, Plymouth State University
BS, University of New Hampshire
Church Board, Board Member -
Awards / Honors
Siemens-Osram Meteor Star Award, , 1994
Knight, M. P. Operationalizing Intergenerationsl Entrepreneurship.
Knight, M. P. (2017). Promoting Senior Entrepreneurs.
Knight, M. P. (2015). Retention Intentions of Registered Nurses at a County Medical Center: A Quantitative Cross-Sectional Correlational Study.
Knight, M. P. (2005). The Influence of Confucian Teachings on Modern Chinese Management. INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF LINGUISTICS, BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES