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Dissertations

ELP Doctoral Dissertations of 2002

Darlene Andert-Schmidt
Cape Coral, FL
 
How Board of Directors Understand, Value and Utilize Current HRD Trends in Decision Making. 

Marie Borum
Fairfax Station, VA

The Effect of Patient Race Upon Physicians' Colorectal Cancer Screening:   A Retrospective Medical Record Review and Physician Pattern Variable Analysis.

Catherine Crowley
Pasadena, MD

A Study of the Characteristics of Sense-making in Strategic Thinking in a Voluntary Non-profit Association.

Lynda Goldman
Eagle Point, OR

Strategy Formulation and Implementation as Organizational Learning Actions: A Nonsecular Organizational Case Study.

David Miles
Leesburg, VA

How Successful Executives Respond: A Phenomenological Study of Unplanned Career Transition.

Steve Soffe
Ashburn, VA

Sensemaking in Action: A Case Study of Organizational Change.

Mary Tomasello
McKeesport, PA

An Examination of the Perceptions of HR Roles in a Global Fortune 100 Corporation During an Acquisition. 

Marissa Wettasinghe
Singapore

A Descriptive Study of the Change and Learning Patterns of Singapore Government Primary School Teachers in Relation to the Integration of Information Technology.

 

 

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Unpublished doctoral dissertations.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