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John Johnson

Senior Contributing Faculty
John Johnson

Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership

School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy

Degree ProgramDoctor of Education (EdD)

Graduated from Biola University (La Mirada, CA), Mr. John S. Johnson holds PhD degree in Intercultural education with a focus on organizational leadership. He has Master of Arts in Human Resource Leadership (Azusa Pacivic University, Azusa, CA) and Bachelor of Arts in Theology (Bible Missionary Institute, Rock Island, IL). Dr. Johnson has done 17 graduate units in marketing, organizational development and international business at Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, IN). He holds language proficiency certificates in Russian and Spanish languages as well as Certificate in ESL teaching.

Dr. Johnson has extensive teaching experience with over 300 university courses in the areas of Organizational Development, International Business, Organizational Leadership, Strategic & International Management, Economics, Marketing, HRM and English/Communications both on site and on-line in Ukraine, Thailand, China, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Lithuania, Switzerland, Kenya, Uganda Ethiopia and the United States and developed more than 10 course curriculums. Apart from teaching as an Adjunct Faculty, Dr. Johnson also chairs dissertations and supervises students completing Master’s degrees. By the end of year 2017, 44 doctors graduated under his supervision. Dr. Johnson also mentors and evaluates adjunct faculty in course development and teaching; participated in evaluation and recruitment of over 800 Faculty Candidates across U.S.A.

Dr. Johnson is actively engaged in research work. He was a recipient of FRIG Grant Walden University for qualitative research (phenomenology) “Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine” (2012-2013) and continued his research work in this area under grant from the University of Phoenix for quantitative study of the problem in 2014-2015. He also researched common barriers for female entrepreneurs in Poland and Ukraine in 2017 and is currently involved in quantitative study “Barriers for women entrepreneurs in Mexico” (2017-2018).

As a researcher and scholar, he is the co-author of 7 books. He wrote numerous peer/non-peer reviewed articles on his research results, as well as management and leadership, actively presents at local and international conferences, seminars and round tables. Dr. Johnson is Co-founder of three companies and Senior Partner at Precedent Academics.

Education

BA, Bible Missionary Institute - Rock Island, United States

MA, Azusa Pacific University - Azusa, CA United States

PhD, Biola University - La Mirada, CA United States

Awards / Honors

Walden RDS publication award, Walden University, 2014

Walden RDS publication award, Walden University, 2017

UoP Grant for presentation, University of Phoenix, 2017

UoP Faculty Presentation Grant, University of Phoenix, 2017

UoP Faculty Presentation Grant, University of Phoenix, 2017

UoP Faculty Presentation Grant, University of Phoenix, 2013

Research Dissemination Award, , 2014

Peer Mentoring Award, Colorado State University Global Campus, 2018

Honorary Doctorate, National Pedagogical University (Dragamonov), Kyiv, Ukraine, 2009

Grant for presentation, Colorado State University Global Campus, 2017

Grant for presentation, Colorado State University Global Campus, 2017

Faculty Excellence Award, Liberty University, 2014

Faculty Excellence Award, Colorado State University Global Campus, 2016

Faculty Award for Presentation, , 2015

Certificate of participation: as a member of the Scientific Committee of the International Congress EduAction, , 2018

Award for Presentation, Colorado State University Global Campus, 2014

6 Month Faculty Recognition Award , Colorado State University Global Campus, 2018

"The Quantitative of the Year" Award for Doctoral Mentee, University of Phoenix, 2012

Publications

Johnson, J., Taranenko, A. (2015). "Американські дослідники виявили: українські підприємниці демонструють відмінні навички комунікації" [American researchers identified strong networking skills of Ukrainian women entrepreneurs]

Johnson, J., Buko, S., Halasa, I. (2015). “Жінки прийшли у бізнес здолати важкі часи, здобули успіх і неохоче це визнають” [Women stated businesses during hard times, they achieved success but unwilling recognize it]

Johnson, J., Chinta, R. (2015). Barriers to entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine: quantitative study Ukrayinskyy socium

Johnson, J., Buko, S., Garten , E. (2013). Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine Studies of Changing Societies: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Focus

Johnson, J., Buko, S., Garten, E. (2014). Barriers to Successful Entrepreneurship for Women in Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2016). Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine: national quantitative research Gender Research

Johnson, J. (2013). Entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine: insights. Posted at Ukrainian management portal (in Ukrainian).

Johnson, J. (2017). Increase your cultural intelligence with these three strategies.

Johnson, J., Romanovsky, J. (2012). Perspectives on the History of the United States

Johnson, J., Diadko, I. (2016). Przedsiębiorczość kobiet w Polsce i na Ukrainie [Women entreprenership in Ukrane and Poland] (In Polish)

Johnson, J. (2014). The Old Paths or a New Way: Perspectives on the Conservative Holiness Movement

Johnson, J., Mixer, D., Fleming, C. (2011). The Recruiting and Acculturation of Adjunct Faculty

Johnson, J. (2010). The role of distance learning in the system of higher education of US: case study of Walden University

Johnson, J., Taranenko, A. (2016). Американське і українське жіноче підприємництво: порівняльний аналіз стимулів і бар'єрів. [American and Ukrainian women entrepreneurship: comparative analysis of stimuli and barriers]

Johnson, J., Sanko, H. (2017). Американське, українське та польське жіноче підприємництво: порівняльний аналіз стимулів і бар'єрів. [American, Ukrainian and Polish women entrepreneurship: comparative analysis of drivers and barriers] Gender studies

Johnson, J., Halasa, I. (2015). Жіноче підприємництво в Україні. Перешкоди на шляху жінок-підприємиць [Women Entrepreneurship in Ukraine. Barriers to success of women-entrepreneurs].

Johnson, J. (2014). Успіх у бізнесі: перешкоди та стимули на шляху українських бізнес-леді [Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine] Ukrayinskyy socium

Johnson, J. (2012). Faculty development trainings for online programs: case study of doctoral program of Walden University

Johnson, J. (2004). Leading Organizations Through Change: A Collection of Readings.

Johnson, J., Johnson, R. B. (2011). Perspectives on International Business: A Collection of Readings

Johnson, J. (1994). Three Things You Should Not Believe About Ministry in the Former Soviet Union Evangelical Missions Quarterly

Presentations

Johnson, J. (2014). Cultural aspects of female enterprenership in Ukraine [TV Interview]

Johnson, J. (2015). Barriers to Entrepreneurship for Women in Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2015). Barriers and drivers of success for businesswomen in Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2015). Barriers to Successful Entrepreneurship for Women in Ukraine

Johnson, J., Halasa, I. (2016). Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2015). Barriers to successful women entrepreneurship in Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2016). Barriers to successful women entrepreneurship in Ukraine

Johnson, J., Sanko, H. (2017). Drivers & Challenges of Women Entrepreneurship: Ukraine Vs. Poland

Johnson, J. (2012). Mobile University Campus: case study of Walden University

Johnson, J., Diadko, I. (2017). On-line education and blended learning in the USA: approaches and quality control

Johnson, J. (2017). Preparing Our Students and Colleagues to Succeed in a Time of Rapid Change

Johnson, J., Diadko, I. (2017). Women Entrepreneurship in Eastern Europe: A Comparative Analysis of drivers and barriers in Ukraine and Poland

Johnson, J., Diadko, I. (2017). Women entrepreneurship within emerging markets of Eastern Europe: comparative analysis of Ukraine and Poland

Johnson, J., Sanko, H. (2017). Women entrepreneurship within Emerging Markets of Eastern Europe: Ukraine and Poland

Johnson, J., Burner, K. (2013). Accessing the value of the online university degrees in the United States

Johnson, J. (2017). Barriers to Succesful Entrepreneurship for Women in Poland and Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2015). Barriers to Succesful Entrepreneurship for Women in Ukraine [Radio Interview]

Johnson, J. (2012). Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine Walden University (Grant)

Johnson, J. (2015). Characteristics of Effective On-line Instructor in the USA

Johnson, J. (2014). Cultural differences between Ukrainians and Americans and their implications for Effective Leadership

Johnson, J., Eiden-Dillow, L. (2016). Four questions to ask when hiring on-line faculty

Johnson, J. (2012). New information technologies in education for all: models and infrastructures. Providing for academic transparency in online education: US experience. New trends in E-learning in US: case study of online doctoral program of Walden University

Johnson, J. (2018). New Tendencies and Trends in the US Higher Education

Johnson, J. (2016). Perspectives on the Leadership of Women in Ukraine Over the Last 25 Years with a Focus on Entrepreneurship

Johnson, J. (2012). The role of online learning in the postgraduate education: Case study of successful online doctoral program of Walden University

Johnson, J., Diadko, I. (2015). Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Poland

Johnson, J. (2013). Barriers to successful entrepreneurship for women in Ukraine

Johnson, J. (2010). The Blended Family: The Recruitment and Development of Adjunct Faculty

Johnson, J. (2018). Trends in US Adult Higher Education

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