Yung-Pin Lu (Malcolm) is currently a doctoral student in leadership studies at Marian University and plans to finish his degree in 2009.
He also has a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dubuque in Iowa, and a bachelor's degree in Commercial Design from the Ming Chuan University in Taiwan.
dissertation focuses on the relationship between leadership theory and organizational learning theory from a behavior perspective.
research interests include leadership theory, organizational learning, organizational development, leadership development, cultural leadership, and global leadership.
He is an intern for 2008-2009 with the Integral Leadership Review.
As an educator, Yung-Pin Lu is currently teaching in the values-based leadership program at Marian University and has assisted with several leadership classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
He has presented on cultural and international issues of leadership at several conferences and has been actively involved in a number of student leadership roles in higher education at institutions in Taiwan and the United States.
consults and assists with organizations and businesses in Asia and the United States.
has worked on problems related to focusing on strategic planning, organizational structure, organizational development, human resources, and special project management.
advises executives on solving organizational problems and helps create leadership development projects.
multi-cultural experiences, Yung-Pin Lu
has a passion to share and communicate with people about cultural issues.
He has been a private tutor, Chinese language teaching assistant and cultural speaker for over 5 years .Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org