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Dissertations

ELP Doctoral Dissertations of 2001

Pamela Barrett
Bel Air, MD
The Perceptions of Being Held Accountable for Work from the Viewpoint of Employees: Connections Between Role Relationships and Accountability. 

Betty Beene
Arlington, VA

An Analysis of the Impact of Organizational Structure on a Network System's Response to Environmental Change in a Non-Profit Organization.

Thomas Calo
Winston-Salem, NC

Involuntary Job Loss at Midlife. 


Gayle George
Baton Rouge, LA

Information Seeking and Sensemaking of Beginning Teachers. 

Joyce Henderson
Silver Spring, MD

Transformative Learning in the Unique High Power Differential Context of CEOs. 

Todd Jones
Shepherdstown, WV

Organizational Trust, Learning and Performance: Investigation of Construct Relationship Using Mixed Method Design. 

David Ozag
Greenville, NC

A Mixed-methodology Study of the Relationship Between Merger Survivors' Trust, Hope, and Organizational Commitment.

Klara Szutinski
Boston, MA

Process of Executive Coaching. 


Jim Stryker
Fairfax, VA

360-Degree Feedback and its Impact on Leadership Behavior. 

 

 

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Unpublished doctoral dissertations.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