Dissertation Abstract Journal - April 2017

Dissertation Abstract Journal - April 2017

Hazel Wai Hing Lee, EDD/ET
Nicolette S. Hamilton, DHA
Kolade Elijah Fajuyigbe, DM
Tina M. DeGroot, PHD/NUR
Jocelyn Hevel, EDD/ET
Jennifer Norman, DM
John H. Helm Jr, DBA
Shaun L. Gray, DM/IST
Laszlo Kirchmann, Jr., EDD
Brandi Clark, EDD/CI

Dissertation Abstract(s): 

The Influence of Spiritual Leadership on Employees and Organizations: A Multiple Case Study

Author: 
Jennifer Norman
Program of study: 
D.M.
Abstract: 
The purpose of this qualitative explanatory multiple case study was to explain the real world experience of employees in six high spiritual leadership organizations during highpressure seasons, and

A Qualitative Multiple Case Study of the Cultural Barriers to Planning and Executing Bilateral Military Exercises in Thailand

Author: 
John H. Helm Jr
Program of study: 
D.B.A.
Abstract: 
Southeast Asia is of strategic importance to the United States. The U.S. will continue to build up bilateral military ties with most Southeast Asian countries.

School District Information Technology Disaster Recovery Planning: An Explanatory Case Study

Author: 
Shaun L. Gray
Program of study: 
D.M./IST
Abstract: 
Despite research and practitioner articles outlining the importance information technology disaster plans (ITDRPs) to organizational success, barriers have impeded the process of disaster preparatio

Teacher Perceptions of the Alabama Reading Initiative in Alabama's Black Belt: A Narrative Study

Author: 
Brandi Clark
Program of study: 
Ed.D./CI
Abstract: 
This qualitative narrative study explored the unique lived experiences of K-12 educators implementing the Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI), a professional development and reading intervention progra
April, 2017