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Investigating Emotional Resistance To Organizational Change: A Descriptive Qualitative Research Study Of Local Television Newsroom Leaders
A factor contributing to failed change initiatives in organizations is emotional resistance from change recipients. If overlooked, emotional resistance can impede changes for an organization’s survival (Bateh, Castaneda, ...
Effective Leadership Practices For English Language Acquisition Award Schools: A Case Study
With the changing demographics of public schools and growing accountability measures placed on educators, many district leaders and school principals seek methods to improve the academic achievement of English language ...
Philanthropic Involvement Of CETYS Ensenada Alumni With Their Alma Mater: A Study Of Undergraduate Alumni From 1990 To 2010
Knowledge and understanding about alumni philanthropic contributions to Mexican universities have emerged mostly from the experience of fundraisers, alumni relations officers, and higher education leaders. A handful of ...
What Employers Want And What Universities Teach: A Comparison Of UPAEP Business Programs And Auto Industry Recruiting in the Puebla Region
Mexico’s new business graduates are facing the problem of an extensive job-search, which impacts employability of new graduates because only 60% of them can obtain a job during the first year after graduation (Universia ...
Gender Disproportionality in K-12 School Superintendent Positions
Despite an increase in the number of women obtaining senior leadership positions, women continue to be underrepresented in school district superintendencies (Muñoz, Mills, Pankake, & Whaley, 2014; T. Wallace, 2015). In ...