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Dissertations from 2016

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Clones in the MBA Classroom: Understanding the Relationship Between Culture and MBA Students’ Attitudes Toward Socially Responsible Business Leadership: A Mixed Methods Cross-National Study, Juan F. Roche

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"Intonations of their Own Language": An Analysis of Leadership and Resonance in Two Progressive Young-Adult-Filled Congregations in the Pacific Northwest., D. Bethan Theunissen

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Who Leads Nonprofit Organizations and What Does it Matter? A Mixed Methods Study of the Impact of Different Sector Experience on Nonprofit Leadership, Darrent Robert Tune

Dissertations from 2015

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Exploring Strategies for Effective Advocacy: The Lived Experience of Leaders of Pakistani Non-Governmental Organizations, Rubina F. Bhatti

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Women Experiencing Aggression From Women: A Mixed Methods Study of How Women Experience Aggression, How it Impacts Leader Efficacy, and How They Navigate Through it, Karen Kitchen Briggs

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Blended Learning and Bottlenecks in the California State University System: An Empirical Look at the Importance of Demographic and Performance Analytics, Maureen Augusta Guarcello

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The Relationship Between Toxic Leadership, Organizational Citizenship, and Turnover Behaviors Among San Diego Nonprofit Paid Staff, Melanie J. Hitchcock

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Beyond Generosity: The Action Logics in Philanthropy, Jennifer Amanda Jones

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The Development of Intercultural Maturity in Second Year College Students, Nicole A. Schuessler

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Socially Responsible and Small: A Quantitative Study of Corporate Social Responsibility in Small and Medium Organizations in the United States, Abigail Sorenson Berk

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Aspiring and Doing Activism Under Repressive Systems: A Narrative Inquiry of Former Student Activists, Kedir Assefa Tessema

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On Moral Imagination and Indigenous Wisdom: How Leaders Approach Moral-Ethical Tension in Post-Modern Bali, Alan James Yu