Faculty Spotlight: Dr. John Aldridge

Meet Dr. John Aldridge

Degrees and Experience
  • Ph.D., Human and Organizational Systems (Fielding Graduate University)
  • M.A., Human Development (Fielding Graduate University)
  • M.A., Psychology (Regis University)
  • B.S., Psychology (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Biography and Professional Achievements

Dr. John Aldridge serves as full-time online faculty and director of Organizational Leadership programs for the Business and Technology Division with the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) at CCU. Aldridge also serves on CCU's 403B Finance Oversight and Centennial Committees and develops graduate curriculum for the Master in Organizational Leadership (MOL) and Master in Business Administration (MBA) programs for the Business and Technology Division. He helped develop the HLC proposal for CCU's MOL program that was successfully launched in 2013. The MOL has been in the top ten best graduate degree programs for the last two years in a row by Best College Reviews. Aldridge has been married to his wife Stephanie for 40 years and they are blessed with two children and three grandchildren.

Aldridge is a behavioral technologist with over twenty years of experience as a serial entrepreneur. He has founded seven start-ups and been an organizational development (OD) consultant. He has also served as a technical trainer, instructional designer, and change management consultant for multi-national Fortune 100 companies.

His mission is to seek first to listen and understand before he speaks. He wants to seek the truth and have the humility to allow God to guide his path, share His Word, wisdom, and all knowledge (John 15:15) with students and peers. Also he seeks to be a life-long learner, optimize personal and professional performance, and to help build spirits, not crush them.

  • Aldridge, J., W. (2004). 'Sociotechnical Issues' in Anna DiStefano, Kjell Rudestam, Robert Silverman and Susan Taira (eds), Encyclopedia of Distributed Learning, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, Inc.
Aldridge, J., W. cited in
  • A Framework Approach for Privacy in Socio-Technical Systems by Murthy V. Rallapalli
  • IBM/Stevens Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA, USA (2012).
  • Discovery & Design: The Personal is the Universal, by Helen Maupin on December 14, 2011 - 1 Comment (Co-authors: Doug Austrom, Don de Guerre, Bob Laliberte, Bernard Mohr and Carolyn Ordowich).
Affiliations, Presentations, and Conferences
  • Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) - Faculty Network; Member (2014-2020)
  • International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change - Presentation; Vancouver, BC (2019)
  • Innovate MIT/Merlot Online Learning Consortium (OLC) - Presentation; Nashville TN (2018)
  • Innovate MIT/Merlot Online Learning Consortium (OLC) - Presentation; Montclair, NJ (2017)
  • Acton University Conference Economics and Theology - Attendee; Grand Rapids MI (2016)
  • Christian Adult Higher Education Association (CAHEA) - Presentation; Nashville, TN (2016)
  • International Leadership Association (ILA) - Presentation; Barcelona Spain (2015)
  • International Leadership Association (ILA) - Presentation; San Diego CA (2014)
  • SLOAN-C 7th Annual Online Learning Consortium - Attendee; Dallas TX (2013)
  • National Collegiate Leadership Conference (NCLC) - Presentation; Tucson, AZ. (2012)