Dr. Johnny Morris’s formal training is in Organization and Management where he has served in various roles over his 40+year career. Dr. Morris served as a director of operations in for profit global organizations in South Eastern Florida. He then moved into higher education positions related to faculty leadership, curriculum design, and assessment at both online and brick and mortar schools. At Walden University, he teaches the Responding to Behavior and Change as a Multicultural Leader and doctoral capstone and research methods courses. Dr. Morris has served on numerous doctoral student dissertation committees.
Dr. Morris’s current research interests focus primarily on integration of values-based leadership skills, values, and concepts in a global e-business environment through application of servant leadership and virtual teaming concepts and processes. He has presented at numerous conferences including The Academic Forum and International Global Universities in Distance Education (GUIDE). Dr. Morris has published over 10 peer-reviewed articles on leadership, management, and Intuitional Actions vs. Factors Influencing Distance Learning Faculty.
BBA, University of Miami
MBA, Nova Southeastern University
PhD, Capella University
St. John's Lodge III AF & AM , President - New Bern
Morris, J. L. (2013). An Exploration of Intuition Among Senior Leaders. SSRN eLibrary/The Exchange
Morris, J. L. (2017). Title: Intuitional Actions vs. Factors Influencing Distance Learning Faculty: A Delphi Approach. Digital Universities International Best Practices and Applications; Issue 2017/1
Morris, J. L. (2013). An Exploration of Intuition Among Senior Leaders.
Morris, J. L. (2017). Institutional Actions vs. Factors Influencing Distance Learning Faculty: A Delphi Approach. GUIDE