Bryan Christiansen

Bryan Christiansen is an Adjunct Professor in the Business Department of Southern New Hampshire University. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Christiansen is a 20-year veteran of the management consulting industry working in multiple industries around the world. Fluent in Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish, he has given guest lectures at universities on three continents on business, cultural studies, economics, marketing, project management, and psychology. Christiansen has published 36 Reference books on these topics that are mostly Scopus- and/or Web of Science-indexed.


Handbook of Research on Cybersecurity Risk in Contemporary Business Systems
Festus Fatai Adedoyin, Bryan Christiansen. © 2023. 446 pages.
The field of cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important due to the continuously expanding reliance on computer systems, the internet, wireless network standards such as...
Examining Applied Multicultural Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Bryan Christiansen, Angela M. Even. © 2023. 349 pages.
Industrial and organizational psychology (I-O psychology) contributes to an organization’s success by improving the job performance, wellbeing, motivation, job satisfaction, and...
Enhancing Employee Engagement and Productivity in the Post-Pandemic Multigenerational Workforce
Angela M. Even, Bryan Christiansen. © 2023. 464 pages.
The post-pandemic era has brought about significant disruptions to the human resources management function, exacerbating existing challenges such as labor shortages and global...
University Business Education for the “New Global Normal”
Bryan Christiansen. © 2022. 13 pages.
This chapter examines the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on university business education within the context of a post-pandemic era which has created the “new global normal.”...
Advances in Psychology, Mental Health, and Behavioral Studies
Harish C. Chandan, Bryan Christiansen. 2015.
The complexity of the human mind has puzzled researchers and physicians for centuries. While widely studied, the brain still remains largely misunderstood. The Advances in...