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    • Leadership Competency Model for Student Leaders 

      Moore, Amanda (n.d.)
      When professionals who work on a university campus are asked what they think is the most important skill that students need to learn in college, you are likely to hear them say leadership. In today’s world, companies are ...
    • Leadership Development Proposal for Cook Pharmica LLC 

      Thomas, Diana (2009)
      The recent economic downturn and resulting recession has caused companies to look for opportunities to mitigate the financial deficits and survive. Many industries have had to find ways to do more with less. The ...
    • Leading Organizational Change: Implementation of the Hospital Incident Command System 

      Michel, Beth (2009)
      Acceptance of the federal grant money obligates Lutheran to implement the HICS structure and transition to a more effective emergency response method than the one currently in place. As a result, policies and procedures ...
    • Making a Difference: How a First-Year Marathon Can Make an Economic Impact in a Rural Community 

      Cassidy, Katherine (2013)
      The inaugural Bay of Fundy International Marathon in Lubec, Maine, will be unique—uwith six miles in the United States and 20 miles in Canada. It is one of three marathons to cross the United States-Canada border, and ...
    • Marketing Plan: Terre Haute Children’s Museum 

      Marlin, Kristin (2010)
      The Terre Haute Children’s Museum (THCM) is preparing to embark upon a new journey. The astounding new facility is nearly completed and staff and board members are planning for a September 2010 grand opening. The new ...
    • Marshall First Christian Church Women's Ministry Program 

      Boyer, Sara (2013)
      The Marshall First Christian Church (MFCC) has seen a decrease in attendance over the past few years. The church has excellent resources and active ministries for children and men. The lack of programming for women in ...
    • Mentoring Program for New Employees at Indiana State University 

      Hauger, Lan-Chien (2019)
      The Department of Human Resources at Indiana State University (ISU) strives to provide excellent service to ensure augmented user satisfaction by motivating the faculty and staff, through training and development opportunities ...
    • Muscogee (Mvskoke) Women's Leadership Strategic Plan Proposal 

      Lucas, Angela (2017)
      This thesis explores the development of a Strategic Plan for the Muscogee (Mvskoke) Women's Leadership Organization. Extensive secondary research of women's organizations whose mission is to educate and enhance the leadership ...
    • Not for Profit Board Member Training 

      Chandler, Sarah (2020)
      According to the articles of incorporation that are required within all not-for-profits, the board of directors is held responsible for all aspects of the organization. These boards are held liable for all aspects of the ...
    • Nurse Practitioner Full Practice Authority: Eliminating Barriers to Healthcare Provider Access 

      Brown, Terri (2018)
      Nurse Practitioner full practice authority denotes the ability to provide patient care without the requirement of a collaborative agreement, no supervision or conditions for practice. Full practice authority is needed ...
    • Oh My Goodness! Skirts, LLC™ d/b/a OMG! Skirts™ 

      Minor, Renita (2013)
      Oh My Goodness! Skirts, LLC™ d/b/a OMG! Skirts™ will be a start-up retail apparel store specializing in affordably-priced, high-quality skirts. Christian women and girls, and women in the workforce are experiencing ...
    • The Optimal Strategy for Incorporating Sustainability into Businesses 

      Woods, Julie (2020)
      Environmental sustainability or taking actions to care about and preserve Earth’s natural resources and quality air and water systems, is becoming more of a concern to companies in all industries as consumers and investors ...
    • Organizational Development and Strategic Planning: Shasta Disabled Sports USA 

      Boyd, Donna (2009)
      Shasta Disabled Sports USA is a small regional organization that facilitates adventure sports activities for people with disabilities. In existence since 2005, programs have grown steadily to almost 500 user days in 2008 ...
    • Organizational Leadership: The Widening Gap Within the African American Community 

      Raby, Y. Grace (2011)
      During this course of study, the goal has remained to understand organizational systems and how to work within them, learning how to facilitate effective changes as well as learning how to ...
    • Oxford Style Recovery Program Improving Drug Addiction in the Homeless 

      Green, Julie (2020)
      The United States has seen a rise in the homeless population with an addiction issue. The individuals have many barriers to face before they can be successfully housed. There is a lack of affordable housing, a lack of funds ...
    • Parent Coach: Foster & Adoptive Consulting/Coach/Trainer 

      Hardin, Virginia (2017)
      The author has been involved in the world of child welfare for 30 years. Five things happened within a six-year span that set the stage for the author's life work and mission, to work at several levels in assistance to ...
    • Parental School Preferences: Shaping School Design 

      Blankenship, Devin (2017)
      The International Academy of the Midwest is a 501(c)(3) non-profit designed to serve as a secondary school for local and international teenagers. A small school of no more than 120 students, it will meet the individual ...
    • Party on Wheels Revised Business Plan 

      Johnson, Shelby (2021)
      The purpose of this business plan is to secure a $30,000 business loan from ISU Credit Union. The funding will be used to purchase inventory and market the Party on Wheels trailer or also referred to as the acronym POW ...
    • Peer-to-Peer Leadership: Mentoring in the Digital Age Project 

      Hampton, Yvette (2013)
      With the explosion of social media, virtual relationships, and online communities, ementoring - also known as online mentoring or virtual mentoring - will change the way traditional mentors and students interact with one ...
    • Placing a Parent in a Skilled Nursing Facility 

      Boyles, Dawn (2012)
      Placing your parent in a skilled nursing facility is a difficult decision. It may be a decision that is made by your parent, a doctor, Adult Protective Services, by your siblings or even by you. Placing a parent is likely ...