The following Doctor of Business Administration students recently defended their dissertations. Congratulations to all!
Non-profit Fraud Detection and Prevention Techniques from a Leader’s Perspective
CSR Perception Influence on Philadelphia Young Professionals: Career Attraction and Expectations
Influence of Employee Culture and Transformational Leadership on Employee Job Satisfaction
Determining the Role Social Media Plays in Affecting Revenue in Virginia Hospitals
How Can Leadership Training Help Managers Manage Rumors in an Organization?
The Mediating Role of Absorptive Capacity on the Relationship Between Business Analytics Capability and Small-to-Medium-Sized Enterprise Performance
Relationships between Nonverbal and Written Miscommunication and Conflict in Culturally Diverse Workplaces
Leadership Styles and Generational Cohort of Management and Generational Cohorts of Non-management effects on Non-management Employees’ Intent to Turnover in the Delivery Service Industry
Small Business Success: Understanding Financial and Nonfinancial Critical Success Factors within a Beauty Salon
Long-Term Orientation, Extroversion and Small Business Ownership of Indian Asian and Americans: A Quantitative Study
Resilience and Employee Turnover Intention: A Correctional Study
Strategies to Decrease Unethical Behavior in the Banking Sector: A Qualitative Case Study
The Relationship Between Corporate Social Responsibility and Brand Equity within the Business to Business Sector
The Relationship of Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction to Organizational Commitment
Midwestern Small Business Owner Participation in Business Social Performance
Artificial Intelligence and the Recruiting Process: Identifying Perception of Bias
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