College of Management and Technology
School of Management
Dr. Forsyth (Bryan) has worked in a variety of industries including government, food, electronics, telecommunications, transportation, manufacturing, distribution and education. Bryan’s principal areas of expertise include knowledge and learning management, organizational and employee development, organizational systems interventions and leadership development. Bryan has been a professional in the training and development/education arena for more than 30 years.
Additionally, Bryan is currently teaching business, management and other social science courses for undergraduate, MBA as well as Doctoral studies. Bryan received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Vocational Education from Southern Illinois University, majoring in Education, Training and Development. A Master of Arts degree from Ottawa University specializing in Human Resources and Organizational Change Management where he graduated at the top of his class. Bryan completed his doctoral studies at Walden University for a degree in Applied Management and Decision Sciences emphasizing Knowledge and Learning Management where he also graduated at the top of his class. Lastly and most recently (2015), Bryan has completed a Post-Doctoral Degree program in Global Leadership at Colorado Technical University.
Dr. Forsyth (Dr. B.) just recently got another paper accepted for publication called “The Spirit of Leadership, Past, Present and Future” in the Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics. Bryan can be found in ProQuest with several other related articles published in the last few years. Bryan is also part of a team of four currently co-authoring a text book on Global Leadership coming out at the end of 2018
Dr. Forsyth (Dr. B.) has a family of four and an extended family that involves many friends and colleagues around the globe. Travelling and taking a hike in the Rocky Mountains is always fun as is riding the mountain bike and being with family and those friends relaxing and enjoying life whenever possible.
MGMT 9000 - Dissertation Course
MGMT 8520 - Organization Performance Improvement
MGMT 8100 - Dissertation Mentoring
MGMT 9710 - Org Behavior and Effective HR Management
MG MT 8730 - Developing Human Capital in Organizations
RESI 8402 - Residency 2
PhD, Walden University - Minneapolis, MN United States
MA, Ottawa University - Ottawa, KS
Post-Doctorate Certificate-Degree, Colorado Technical University - Colorado Springs, CO United States
Association of Non Traditional Students in Higher Education, Board Member - Hagerstown, MD
Awards / Honors
Faculty Excellence Award, Colorado Technical University, 2012
Faculty Excellence Award, Colorado Technical University, 2013
Faculty Excellence Award, Colorado Technical University, 2017
Forsyth, B., Mitchell, B., Davis, H., Ronald, F. (2016). DISCflex Leadership/Team Performance Model (DLTPM)™. Journal of Organizational Psychology.
Forsyth, B. (2018). The Spirit of Leadership: Past, Present and Future. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics.
Forsyth, B., Plante, R. G., Goold, E., Michael, T., Indrias, A. (2016). Chapter Five: Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management.......
Forsyth, B., Plante, R. G., Michael, T., Indrias, A., Goold, E. (2016). Chapter One: Introduction to International Management.
Forsyth, B., Brauer, T., Kimble, C., Birch, J., Deel, G. (2016). Maximizing the adaptive learning technology experience. . Journal of Higher Education, Theory and Practice.
Forsyth, B., Anastasia, C. (2016). The business simulation paradigm: Tracking effectiveness in MBA programs. . Journal of Management, Policy and Practice.
Forsyth, B. (2015). Characteristics and Practices Essential to Leading Global Organizations in the 21st Century. Journal of Management Policy and Practice;.
Forsyth, B. (2015). Global Leadership Competencies and Training. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics.
Forsyth, B. (2015). Cultural Intelligence and Global Leadership . Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics; Lighthouse Point.
Forsyth, B. (2017). A Serendipitous Journey and the Grand Doctoral Epiphany. Colorado Technical University.
Forsyth, B. (2017). DISCflex Leadership/Team Performance Model (DLTPM). Colorado Technical University.
Forsyth, B. (2017). Realizing the Value of Veterans in Adult Programs and Initiatives: The Veteran Population Specifically. ANTSHE (Association of Non Traditional Students in Higher Education).
Forsyth, B. (2015). The Impact That CQ has on the Global Leader. Colorado Technical University.
Forsyth, B. (2014). The Spirit of Leadership: Past, Present and Future. Colorado Technical University.
Forsyth, B. (2018). Walden Residency 2. College of Management and Technology.