Robert E. Levasseur, PhD
Robert E. Levasseur is the President of MindFire Press and a doctoral faculty member in the School of Management at Walden University. In addition to mentoring doctoral students and serving on dissertation committees, he teaches courses in quantitative methods, management, and leadership and organizational change.
He has also taught full and part time for various schools, including Boston University, Anne Arundel Community College, the University of Maryland University College, the University of the Virgin Islands, Franklin University, Northcentral University, and the International School of Management in Paris.
Dr. Levasseur earned undergraduate degrees in physics and electrical engineering from Bowdoin College and MIT, respectively, a master’s degrees in electrical engineering from Northeastern University, and a master's degree in management from the MIT Sloan School of Management. His Ph.D. from Walden University is in leadership and organizational change
HIs professional career spans over three decades and includes leadership, management, and organizational change positions in Fortune 50 corporations. He is a registered OD consultant in the International Society for Organization Development and Change and a member of INFORMS, the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.
Dr. Levasseur’s research interests include leadership and organizational change, the application of quantitative methods to decision making, high performance team development, collaborative meeting management, and organization development/change management. He is the author of numerous articles and books in these areas. The latter include Breakthrough Business Meetings, Leadership and Change in the 21st Century, Practical Statistics, Student to Scholar, and Dissertation Research.
A native of Sanford, Maine, he and his wife live in St. Augustine, Florida in the winter and spend their summers on the beautiful southern coast of Maine.