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Dissertations

ELP Doctoral Dissertations of 1997

Diane L. Dixon
Columbia, MD
The Relationship Between Chief Executive Leadership (Transactional and Transformational) and Hospital Effectiveness.

Susan Gayle
Arlington, VA

Workplace Purpose and Meaning as Perceived by Information Technology Professionals: A Phenomenological Study.

Suzanne Geigle
Washington, DC

Mental Models and Sensemaking in Radical Organizational Change: A Case Study of Reengineering in a Federal Agency.

Gail Greenstein
Silver Spring, MD

The Creative Environment and Team Learning: A Case Study. 

Robert Hoffman
Watchung, NJ

Perceived Obligations for Career Development: An Examination of Responses of Individuals Who Differ in Managerial Status and Locus of Control Beliefs.

Philip Melita
Charlottesville, VA

A Framework and Method for Meeting the Underlying Purpose of Performance Appraisal.

Tony Sablo
Vienna, VA

Autopoiesis and Organizational Culture: A Case Study.

Lindsey Smith
Charlotte, NC

Fox's Work in Emerging Professionals With the Real Estate Agent Profession; Continuing Professional Education.

Charles Theodore Willey, Jr.
Denver, CO

Relationship Between Characteristic of Leaders and Leader Performance in a Health Care Organization. 

 

 

 

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Unpublished doctoral dissertations. 
The George Washington University, Washington, DC