D.B.A.

Doctor of Business Administration

Dual Enrollment: A Correllational Analysis of High School Students' Participation and College Persistence in Florida

Author: 
Maria Salome E. Davis
Program of study: 
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Abstract: 
The purpose of this quantitative correlational study was to determine the relationship between dual enrollment (DE) participation and college persistence among 399 high-school students enrolled in the

A Comparison of Ghanaian Work Ethic in American Multinational Companies and Ghanaian Companies in Ghana

Author: 
Jemima Naa Adoley Ankamah Lomotey
Program of study: 
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Abstract: 
A mixed methods sequential explanatory design was used to conduct research to help fill the gap in the literature on cross-cultural differences between Ghanaian workers in American Multinational Compa

The Effect of Course Completion within Selected Major on Persistence for Freshman College Students

Author: 
Gordon R. Flanders
Program of study: 
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Abstract: 
Students who declare a major follow a sequence of courses beginning with the introductory course in the major that is usually defined as a 100-level, or freshman level course.

Internationalization of South Carolina Enterprises: A Mixed-Methods Study of Barriers and Economic Incentives

Author: 
Andrew Jonathan Beall
Program of study: 
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Abstract: 
The objective of the mixed-methods research project was to expand understanding of economic incentives and barriers to international expansion for small and medium sized enterprises located in the coa

Exploring Burnout and Turnover Intentions of Frontline Grocery Employees in Western New York

Author: 
Steven Harrison
Program of study: 
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Abstract: 
This study tested to see whether statistically significant relationships existed between frontline grocery employees’ perceptions of their work environment, burnout, and their turnover intentions.

Correlation Between Principals' Leadership Styles and Student Graduation Rates

Author: 
Laylon Thomas Price
Program of study: 
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The purpose of this quantitative descriptive correlation research study was to analyze the correlation between high school principals’ leadership styles and student graduation rates.

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