Dr. Ludden has over 35 years of experience in higher education and educational programs for adults. He currently is professor of Organizational Leadership. He previously served as chair of the doctoral program in Organizational Leadership at IWU for five years and helped develop the first doctorate at the university. He has over 30 years of leadership experience and has been an active leader in ILA, ASTD, and ACPI. He has written 16 books on leadership, entrepreneurship, and career development.
- B.A., 1971, Asbury College
- M.P.A., 1973, Ball State University
- Ed.D., 1985, Ball State University
Dr. Ludden’s research work in career and workforce development and entrepreneurial leadership is reflected in the 16 books he has written. His current research interest focuses on cognitive processes in leaders including the relationship between worldview and their thoughts and actions. He is studying the concept of wisdom and how its development and application affects leaders and organizations including the use of reflection, deliberation, intuition, courage, and collaboration.