The following Doctor of Business Administration students recently defended their dissertations. Congratulations to all!
“Changing Organizational Performance and Job Satisfaction Using the Transformational Leadership Model”
“An Exploratory Case Study: Analysis of the Financial Crisis of 2008 from a Risk Management Perspective”
“Remote Work Survey of Michigan Automotive Component Suppliers”
“A Quantitative Correlational Study on Job Satisfaction and Turnover in the Mental Health Industry”
“Nursing Shortages in Georgia’s Hospitals: A Single Case Study”
“Leadership Strategies of a Multi-National Beverage Organization: A Single Case Study for Retaining Employees”
“African American Women’s Experiences in the Commercial U.S. Nuclear Power Industry”
“Leadership Strategies to Retain High Performing Community College Faculty: A Single Case Study”
“How Managerial Support of Work Life Balance Programs Impact Employee Performance in Terms of Job Satisfaction, Retention and Motivation”
“Competency- Based Training Approaches for Closing the AI Technology Talent Gap”
“Leadership Style and Employee Engagement for Multi-generational Employees Within Teleworking Environments”
Danny- Patricia Bertrand
“A Quantitative Analysis of Work Environment, Employee Status and Job Satisfaction at an Information Technology Company”
“Examining the Relationship Between Nurse Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention During the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Correlational Study”
“Factors of Successful Expatriate Adjustment and Outcomes: A Multiplicity of Nationals in Foreign Assessments”
“Reducing Scrap in a Manufacturing Environment: An Action Research Study”
“Realizing Increased Sales of Organic Fruits and Vegetables Health Enhancement Perception, Product Loyalty and Product Involvement: Quantitative Study”
“Small Restaurant Business Owner Strategies Needed to Survive a Crisis”
“An Analysis of Forensic Accounting and Corporate Fraud”
Gil Moreno Jr.
“Barriers to Job Satisfaction: A Quantitative Study of Generational Cohorts and Education Levels in the Hospitality Industry”
“Exploring Strategies for Managing Telework: Federal Managers’ Perspective”
“A Quantitative Analysis of Institutional Brand Message Alignment with Post-Secondary Learner Experiences in Career and Technology Education”
“Age and Job Satisfaction in the Financial Management Industry: A Quantitative Analysis”
“The Impact of Leadership Practices on Rural Healthcare and Employees”
To learn more about Columbia Southern University’s DBA program, visit ColumbiaSouthern.edu/DBA.
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