Since establishing research relationship with Catholic University of South Korea in 2014, Dr. Sussan has collaborated with scholars in South Korea studying their entrepreneurial ecosystem (Sussan, Daily, and Kim 2015), k-entrepreneurship (Kim, Enriquez, and Sussan 2015), global healthiness of entrepreneurship index (HeBex report 2015), and other related topics.. Dr. Sussan was a keynote speaker for an ASEAN-SOUTH KOREA Economic forum in 2015 in Seoul, Korea.
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Dr. Norris Krueger is selected as a Senior Research Fellow for Center for Global Business Research.
Dr. James Rice presented his work at the HIMSS Fall Technology Conference in Minneapolis on Nov 13-15, 2016. The topic was the Relationship between IT Service Governance and Patient Care Costs in US Healthcare Systems..
Dr. Hibbler-Britt presented about "Intellectual Curiosity and Leadership." Intellectual Curiosity must be incorporated into curriculums in order to prepare students to become leaders in today’s workplace. ACBSP is the accreditation body for UOPX School of Business. Approximately 125 persons was in attendance. The session she attended was selected from translation from English to Spanish.
Dr. Lillie Hibbler-Britt participated in the Summit held at Rutgers University. Human Resources professionals along with representatives of colleges and universities met to discuss deficiencies in students graduating and entering the financial services industry. Of major concern is the lack of soft skills: ability to work in teams, communications and a willingness to take risks.
Dr Rice researches the relationship between information technology governance and the secure delivery of efficient business services for consumers. His most recent article appeared in Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems.
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the discussion about the complexity and heterogeneity of entrepreneurship education.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to capture the perceptions of hospital nurses within generational cohorts regarding their work satisfaction.
An Internet marketer and a website designer, doctoral candidate Katherine Maccall took on a research topic that is relevant to her work and seeks answers to solve real-world problems. A native from Latin America, Ms Maccall is passionate about the barriers or lack of digital infrastructure and related institutions governing digitization diffusion in Latin America. Having a good digital infrastructure and digital governance is a prelude for users and businesses to leverage big data to improve businesses, education, healthcare, transportation, and daily lives.
His presentation was titled "The Sustainable Value-Added Model (SVA): An Interdisciplinary Approach to Corporate Sustainability and Strategic Planning."