Ph.D., Walden University; M.Ed., University of Maryland; B.S., Park College; A.S., Community College of the Air Force
Leadership; organizational psychology and behavior; general psychology and business/management outcomes; adult training and development; adult online learning; industrial psychology; work/life quality; stress management; change management; emotional intelligence; multiple intelligence; decision making; budgeting and finance; knowledge management; career development; generational differences in business; process improvement; organization metrics; business ethics; workplace civility; leadership qualities; women in business; organizational learning; parametric and non-parametric statistical analyses; SPSS data analysis; operations research; cost and economic analysis; management information systems; cost-benefit analysis
Dr. Taylor is a methodologist and research course lead instructor in Walden’s Doctor of Business Administration program. Dr. Taylor hails from the Bronx and currently lives in Eagle River, Alaska. He retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1999 after 24 years of honorable service. While in the Air Force, his travels spanned Japan, Korea, England, Germany, and Turkey, among other countries. After retiring from the Air Force, Dr. Taylor moved to Montgomery, Ala., where he worked for a government contractor as a budget computer information systems instructor. Other post-Air Force jobs included assistant director for a National Science Foundation educational research grant, research coordinator for the Navy Medical Research Unit in Turkey, and research psychologist for the Army Research Laboratory at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio.