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    • This research project investigated creating a business case using renewable energy. The initial hypothesis for the research was to create a business by combining solar energy with heating and cooling. The study researched current and possible...
    • Keith A. Novak
    • Entrepreneurial Sustainable Business Case

    • 2015-12
    • The authors recounted the business experiences, philosophies, and personality of an entrepreneur who transitioned from small catering business employee to small catering business owner. His on-the-job training with his previous employer, the birth...
    • Curt J. McCluskey; Jeremy Grove; Jesse I. Reed
    • Small Business Start-Up: Premier Catering

    • 2013-05
    • "As business continues to progress through technology, services and products continue to get smaller, more readily available and more customer driven. Production is not immune to these effects and has seen a shift from mere demand for services and...
    • Christopher R. Greenwood
    • Automated and Self-Directed Production Through Lean

    • 2017-10
    • This thesis studies the options for crafting a three-year strategic plan for the corporation, Appraisal Services. The corporation lacks organization and strategic planning. The owners are exhausted and are turning away work because they do not...
    • Alison R. McNally; Katrina F. Volkert
    • A Strategic Plan: Purposeful, Cohesive, and Collaborative

    • 2015-11
    • Effective plant layout might not mean a lot to those in some industries, but for those industries that have a lot of inventory, do not have a lot of space or have a lot of material handling this could be a very vital part of making money for your...
    • David A. Ring
    • Plant Layout and Ergonomic Process Improvement

    • 2018-04
    • Organizational commitment has been measured and compared to various aspects of the business world in an attempt to make the organization more profitable. In this study organizational commitment was used in conjunction with employee engagement to...
    • Adam R. Pouillie
    • Organizational Commitment: An Employee Engagement Viewpoint

    • 2012-12
    • During medical training, health care professionals spend thousands of dollars on learning medical terminology, surgical techniques, and anatomy of the human body. But they rarely study business communication, leadership skills, marketing, or...
    • Kimberly A. Cortez
    • Feasibility Study of an Executive MBA for Viterbo University

    • 2015-08
    • Multi-Level Marketing companies (MLM) are known for making large profits, but having unequal distribution of wealth throughout their vast network of independent distributors. These pyramid shaped companies offer the potential of exponential growth...
    • Michael J. Bouska
    • Success Characteristics in Multi-Level Marketing

    • 2015-04
    • In this age of tough competition among business organizations, leadership has become a crucial issue. Influential leaders and their style are important factors that determine the success of an organization. A successful leader must be able to...
    • Peng Chen
    • Servant Leadership for Achieving Organizational Objectives

    • 2018-04
    • Providing quality healthcare services to the remote areas of the United States has been a challenge for healthcare agencies. Telemedicine has opened the door to reaching individuals residing in rural areas in need of specialty medical services. The...
    • Cynthia M. Delphey
    • Barriers to Telemedicine for Rural Healthcare Clinics

    • 2012-12
    • Safety climate is the perception of the importance of safety as compared to competing demands within an organization, such as production or quality. This study examined safety climate perceptions at both the workgroup-level and organizational-level...
    • Darren R. Bakkestuen
    • Safety Climate: A Multi-Level Assessment

    • 2013-05
    • The majority of studies describe mentoring effects within the business environment. Currently, there is a gap in the literature addressing mentoring among healthcare professionals. This study attempts to address this gap by analyzing questionnaire...
    • Lynne A. Dosch
    • Mentoring in Healthcare

    • 2013-05
    • Study based at Inland, manufacturing business in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Brand strategy is the corporate strategy that governs what people think of a company, its products, its services, and its marketing communications (Jones & Bonevac, 2013). The...
    • Audra A. Monroe
    • Corporate Branding and The Influence of Employee Buy-In

    • 2015-04-24

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