Doctor of Management Alumni

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Alumni Roster — Class of 2014

Don P. Addison II, DM
SVP, Knowledge Management Executive
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Charlotte, NC

Dissertation: Towards Flourishing: How Sellers Can Forge Stronger B2B Relations and Increase Buyer Loyalty

Gabriel Berczely, DM
Santiago, Chile

Dissertation: Improving the Capacity for Strategic Anticipation: How Upstream, Downstream and Lateral Immersion Contribute to the Capacity to Anticipate Strategic Moves

Solange Charas, PhD
Charas Consulting, Inc.
New York, NY

Dissertation: Does Upper Echelons Team Dynamic Matter? The Criticality of Executive Team Behavior in Economic Value Creation

Shengfa J. Chuang, PhD
Irvine, CA

Dissertation: Facilitating Radical Innovation in Consumer Electronics and Information Technology Industries

Deirdre P. Dixon, PhD
University of Tampa
Tampa, FL

Dissertation: Staying Alive: The Experience of In Extremis Leadership

Donna L. Haeger, PhD
Prolific Technology, Inc.
Fairport, NY

Dissertation: The Significance of Influence in Our Current Work Environment: Understanding and Exploring the Shift and Emergent Domains

Dale E. Hartz, DM
Adjunct Instructor
Walsh University
North Canton, OH

Dissertation: Understanding Managerial Influences:  A Mixed Methods Study of employee engagement, well-being, and performance

Karen L. Stock, DM
Professional Assistant Professor of Busines
Walsh University
North Canton, OH

Dissertation: Equine-Assisted Experiential Learning: Implications for Management Development and Education

Yunmei Wang, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
Cardiovascular Division
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, OH

Dissertation: Bridging the Medical Knowledge and Practice Gap: Antecedents of Successful Scientist Physician Collaboration

David S. Widdifield, DM
Senior Lecturer
Director of MBLE Program
Fisher College of Business
Ohio State University
Columbus, OH

Dissertation: Supply Chain Management Performance: Factors Contributing to Successful Risk Mitigation & Resiliency

Adrian Wolfberg, PhD
Chief, Knowledge Laboratory
Department of Defense
Washington, DC

Dissertation: A Theory of Overload and Equivocality Effects on Learning during Knowledge Transfer within Policy Making Dyads