Executive Leadership Doctoral Program
in
Human and Organizational Learning
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ELP Doctoral Dissertations of 2008

Nanette Blandin
Washington, DC

Re-conceptualizing Leadership for an Era of Uncertainty and Complexity: A Case Study of Leadership in a Complex Adaptive System.

 

Edmina Bradshaw
Southampton, Bermuda

When Does Transformation End? A
Phenomenological Study of Sustaining a
Planned Change in Behavior through
Perspective Transformation in Overweight
Management
.

 

Joan Butler
Rockville, MD

Exploring the Relationship Between New Employees’ Identifying Experience with the Organization and Their Fairness Perceptions of the Personnel Selection Process: A Phenomenological Study.

 

Paul Chabot
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

An Historical Case Study of Organizational Resiliency Within the Arellano-Felix Drug Trafficking Organization.

 

Michael Driekorn
Bokeelia, FL

Exploring the Applicatio of Process Mapping in the Ontological Engineering of a Body of Knowledge of the Supplier Quality Engineer Profession.

Paulette Gabriel
Philadelphia, PA

Personal Transformation: The Relationship of Transformative Learning Experiences and Transformational Leadership.

 

Elizabeth Mahler
Jessup, MD

Defining Career Success in the 21st Century: A
Narrative Study of Intentional Work Role
Transitions.

 

Mike McAfee
Chicago, IL

Private Sector CEOs as Volunteer Leaders – A Case Study.

 

Sue O'Rourke
Fairfax, VA

Understanding Embodied Awareness: A Heuristic/Phenomenological Study of the Relationship with Self and Other.

 

Mike Slade
Fairfield, CT

The The Adaptive Nature of Organizational Silence: A Cybernetic Exploration of the Hidden Factory.

 

Robin Wittenstein
Roslyn, NY

Factors Influencing Individual Readiness for Change in a Health Care Environment.

 

On-Campus Doctoral Dissertations of 2008

Marneita Chapman
Volunteer Motivation Among African-American Women – A Perspective of Congruence.

Gayle Griffin
The Lived Experience of First Line Managers During Planned Organizational Change: A Phenomenological Study of One Firm in the Residential Construction Industry.

Vijay Krishna
Exploring Organizational Commitment from an Organizational Perspective: Organizational Learning as a Determinant of Affective Commitment in Indian Software Firms.

 

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Unpublished doctoral dissertations.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