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    • Empowering Workforces through Employee Resource Groups: A Theoretical and Practical Framework 

      Thomas, Dylan (2021)
      While evidence suggests that employee resource groups can play a vital role in organizational health, their facilitation is not often subject matter found in textbooks on the subject of human resources and few current ...
    • Entrenched in the Call Center Epidemic: A Comprehensive Hiring, Training, and Retention Program for the NCAA Eligibility Center Call Center 

      Hilger, Jessi (2009)
      I set out on the journey of creating a hiring, training, and retention program for the NCAA Eligibility Center Call Center (hereafter known as EC Call Center) because when I was hired as a Call Center Assistant in ...
    • The Essential Role of a Cultural Training in a Successful Merger and Acquisition. The case study of DPT Laboratories, LTD 

      Mathews, Jennifer (2020)
      The pharmaceutical industry is the largest part of the healthcare sector that deals with devices and medications that combat some of the world’s deadliest diseases for humans and animals. This industry directly affects all ...
    • Ethics of Medical Error Disclosure 

      Bumb, Ann (2012)
      The writer of this conceptual paper, a candidate for Master of Leadership Development (MLD)-Organizational Leadership focus has experienced the disclosure of medical errors to patients and/or families in recent years as ...
    • Evidence and Support for Developing a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership 

      Henry, Jillian (2017)
      The nonprofit sector has grown by leaps and bounds in the last decade alone. The nonprofit sector represents the third largest industry, right behind retail and manufacturing. This means nearly 11 million people are nonprofit ...
    • Excellence in Memory Care 

      Arney, Kevin; Arney, Penny (2017)
      The focus of this paper will be on excellence in memory care and research, that supports the idea of providing continuous stimuli, to a person afflicted with Alzheimer's, can gift them with a quality of life that they would ...
    • Field Guide for Chef Instructors 

      Bane, Jeff (2010)
      The intent of this project is to help bridge the gap between the excellent professional chefs in the work force and the excellent chef instructors that our school needs to build that workforce. We have a great curriculum ...
    • Formal Staff Mentor Program at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College 

      All, Kaleigh (2017)
      This Master of Leadership Development thesis project is a proposal for a formal staff mentor program at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. The mentor program is just one of multiple pieces that are being proposed to make ...
    • Fostering Independence 

      Stout, Lorraine (2013)
      Of the 2,500 children and youth currently placed in out-of-home care in Marion County, 800 are between the ages of 14 and 18. Approximately 100 youth age out of the foster care system in Marion County each year. (About ...
    • Gameday U: A Gameday Operations Application Business Plan 

      McIntyre, Todd E. (2020)
      GameDay U is an iOS, Android, and web-based application developed for athletic administrators that offer easy access to every gameday operation support a department could possibly need. Including scheduling the event staff ...
    • Gender Inequality in Relation to Negotiation and Salary: Why Do Women Lose at Negotiation and What Can We Do about It? 

      Gilmore, Jennifer (2013)
      Gender inequality is applicable to all women, regardless of occupation, age, or years of service in an organization. While the gender inequality gap has narrowed over the last two ...
    • Girls Inc. of Johnson County Future Financial Stability 

      Eck, Amanda (2012)
      At the conclusion of this study Girls Inc. of Johnson County will have a course of action to help assure financial stability. Stakeholders were interviewed and problem areas within the organization defined accordingly. ...
    • The Glass Ceiling in Accounting Firms 

      Davison, Robin Shay (2013)
      The focus of this project isn’t on any one particular accounting firm but on the accounting profession as a whole to see how many women are actually partners in the firms. Several of the studies that have been done have ...
    • The Green Leaves Café — A New Business Proposal 

      DeLong, Melissa (2012)
      This is a business proposal to open a café in downtown Terre Haute, IN that offers healthy alternatives to the many fast food choices in the area. The downtown Terre Haute area is currently undergoing a revitalization ...
    • Grief Hospitality Program 

      Miller, Kelsey (2021)
      Trauma centers and intensive care units at healthcare systems across the country provide care topatients who have been involved in traumatic, life-threatening accidents. These patients have access to the best ...
    • Hallie Hound Barkery Business Plan 

      Miller, Stephanie (2013)
      Stephanie Miller, sole proprietor of Hallie Hound Barkery, has a background in marketing, including a bachelor’s degree from Indiana State University in Radio/TV /Film and seven years of experience in the cable ad sales ...
    • Healthcare Professional Development Market Analysis 

      Boggs, Jordan; Castle, Melanie (2017)
      The proposed Healthcare Institute of the Wabash Valley serves the purpose of creating professional development opportunities within the healthcare industry of the Wabash Valley, The Healthcare Institute seeks to serve all ...
    • High Ground Stables 

      Steinmetz, Krista (2013)
      The purpose of this thesis is to create a business plan for a Hunter/Jumper specific lesson and boarding barn in the Terre Haute area. I felt there was a need for such a barn and services because of the lack of quality ...
    • Home Ownership: Empowering the Single Mother 

      Kirksey, Dianna (2013)
      As the number of single mothers owning houses increases, the need for home ownership programs aimed at helping single mothers also increases. There are many steps that must be taken in order to purchase a home. Single ...
    • How Can Supervisors Impact Employee Engagement at Eli Lilly and Company? 

      Byrdé, Stephanie (2012)
      Employee engagement is something every organization wants but few actually possess at the level necessary to be a high achieving organization. An abundance of research has been conducted over the past half century on ...