Doctor of Management Dissertations - Class of 2007 | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Doctor of Management Dissertations - Class of 2007

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  • Nina R. Aversano, DM
    • Dissertation: Disconnected: A Consumer Study of Mobile Telephone Technology Rejection in the United States
  • Frank C. Braun, DM
    • Dissertation: The Social-Technical Project Manager Practices That Motivate Knowledge Sharing and Learning in Information Technology Project Team Environments
  • Jane Cooke-Lauder, DM
    • Dissertation: Social Change – Making the Improbable Possible through Collaboration: A Series of Studies on NGO Collaboration in South Africa
  • R. Todd Creasy, DM
    • Dissertation: Employee Reactions to Mergers and Acquisitions - The ‘ME-I Syndrome’; Avoiding ‘Merger-Enabled-Individualism’
  • Matthew J. Gymer, DM
    • Dissertation: Service Feature Considerations for Developing Consumer Satisfaction in Online Environments
  • Monika L. Hudson, DM
    • Dissertation: Studies in Workplace Behaviors and Organizations
  • Pamela C. Hudson, DM
    • Dissertation: Transitioning from Staff Nurse to Nurse Manager-A Change in Identity
  • Kathryn V. Kaminsky, DM
    • Dissertation: Resilience in Action: Exploring Constructive Transitions Among Mid-Career Leaders
  • Zara F. Larsen, DM
    • Dissertation: Change Leader Retention and Career Development: The Role of Social Capital and Balancing Commitments
  • Jimmy Schwarzkopf, DM
    • Dissertation: Venture “TERROIR” Can We Define It ? VC Decision Processes for Investing in Genesis/ Pre-seed ICT Entrepreneurial Teams
  • Arun K. Sharma, DM
    • Dissertation: The Effects of Ownership, Control Rights and Experience on Joint Venture Success
  • David A. Sherman, DM
    • Dissertation: Social Entrepreneurship: Creating Impact in the Social Sector
  • Edward W. Wright, DM
    • Dissertation: An Investigation of Electronic Medical Record Technology Adoption by Family Practice Physicians