Name: Dr. Guy Langvardt
Title/Position: Faculty

Faculty Bio

Dr. Langvardt is a global educator, business consultant, and executive coach. With over thirty years of sales, marketing and management experience, and an M.B.A. in international management and a Ph.D. in organization and management, he is a scholar/practitioner During his thirty year career in technology, Dr. Langvardt has served in various sales, business development, marketing and management roles both domestically and abroad. He has worked for such companies as Compaq, IBM Corporation, NCR Corporation and Sun Microsystems. He also has a broad range of industry experience, having worked with key clients in aerospace and defense, financial services, media and entertainment sectors. With over 50 national and international awards for excellence, he has a proven track record of consistent success throughout his career. Dr. Langvardt is now President and Founder of We Progress Through Change, a consulting and training firm. During the last 15 years, he has participated in numerous organizational change initiatives in both the commercial and non-profit sectors. Dr. Langvardt is a member of the faculty at various colleges and universities around the world. He teaches at Robert Kennedy College, Zurich, Switzerland, a partner college of the University of Wales, where he serves as lecturer in e-business. He is also a member of the faculty at Baker College, Marylhurst University, University of Phoenix among others. Dr. Langvardt received his Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Valparaiso University while specializing in Asian studies. He earned his Masters of Business Administration degree specializing in international business from Thunderbird, School of Global Management. In 2007, he achieved his Ph.D. in organization and management specializing in e-business from Capella University. Having spent his formative years in Australia, England, and the Philippines, Dr. Langvardt has strong appreciation for cross-cultural issues. He has experience in Chinese-Mandarin, Filipino, French, and Spanish languages. An active volunteer in his community, he serves in various capacities for a number of educational and non-profit organizations.