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ELP Doctoral Dissertations of 1999

Sheila Marie Barry-Oliver
Great Falls, VA
Women's Professional Organizations: Their Potential Role in Women's Careers. 


Wong Wee Chwee
Singapore

Understanding Individual Learning in Organizations: A Study of Chinese Executives' Learning Experiences in the People's Republic of China. 

Brenda Joyce Conley
Baltimore, MD

The Professional Development of School Principals: A Study of Change and Learning. 


Jill Taylor Conner
New York, NY

A Study of the Relationship Between Transformational Leadership Style and Perception of HR's Role as a Strategic Partner and Change Agent in a Global Consumer Products Company. 

Andrea Hornett
Wayne, PA

Power and a Virtual Team: Modernist and Postmodernist Perspectives. 

Bruce Kaplan
Idaho Falls, ID

Surfacing and Validating Four Modes of Search and Use of Feedback Information. 

Nikki Kianoush Mohajer-Adams
Carve, MN

Shared Vision and Organizational Culture: A Sociocognitive Analysis of Employees' Sensemaking Involved in Creating the Shared Vision of the Organization. 

Nick Nissley
Hershey, PA

Viewing Corporate Art Through the Paradigmatic Lens of Organizational Symbolism: An Exploratory Study. 

Mohamad Effendy bin Rajab
Singapore

Difference in Leadership Behavior as Perceived by Senior Leaders in a Voluntary Non-profit Organization, A Descriptive Exploratory Study of Leadership in the Singapore Scout Association. 

Mark Rulle
Hagerstown, MD

Employee Perceptions of the Meaning of Empowerment: An Exploratory Field Study. 

Thomas Sawner
Alexandria, VA

An Empirical Investigation of the Relationship Between Organizational Culture And Organizational Performance in a Large Public Sector Organization.  

John Sherlock
Germantown, MD

Professional Context and its Influence on Learning: An Exploration of Meizirow¹s Transformative Learning through the Learning Experience of CEOs. 

Seth Silver
Rochester, NY

Perceptions of Empowerment in Engineer Workgroups: The Linkage to Transformational Leadership and Performance.

William A. Weech
Vienna, VA

The Relationship Between National Cultural Values and Expatriate Managerial Job Requirements. 


On-Campus Doctoral Dissertations of 1999

Bobby Gene Barret, Jr. Best Disability Employment Practices: A Case Study. 

Jamie Callahan Fabian
Tyler, TX
Emotion Work as Instrumental Action: The Pursuit of Goals in an Organizational Context.


Gerarda Mary Mukri The Career Anchor of the 1990's for Professional Navy Nurses. 



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

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