Ranked in the bottom 10 countries within the Human Development Index (UNDP, 2015), Sahel countries not only face chronic poverty, but also compounded disasters. After three decades of implementing projects and programs through economic aid, few tangible changes have been achieved. Rarely, some improvements have been observed, but it has been difficult to correlate these changes to any one intervention.
Prof. Anastasiia Lutsenko, Ph.D. in International Business Candidate has presented her research (as a single author research note) at the Continuous Innovation Network 18th Annual Conference “Digitalization and innovation: designing the organization of the future”, which took place at the Potsdam University, Potsdam, Germany between the dates 10-12 September 2017. The topic of her presentation was “Human Resource Management Practices and Entrepreneurial Orientation: Evidence from the Software Engineering Industry in Ukraine”.
Ms. Lori Stroud, MA and Doctor of Philosophy Candidate provides a study primer on phenomenological research methods for the novice researcher.
Monarch Business School is happy to announce that the recent Doctoral workshop held at the Rapperswil Castle on Lake Zurich was a great success with over 20 Doctoral candidates attending. Ten doctoral degrees were awarded during the graduation ceremony that followed the workshop. In attendance from the faculty were: Dr. Keller, Dr. Bevan, Dr. Qudrat-Ullah, […]
It is with great pleasure that Monarch Business School Switzerland announce that Dr. Francois Volschenk has received the Faculty Achievement Award for the Scholastic Year of 2017-2018. The award is given to faculty members for achievement that goes beyond normal duties. Dr. Volschenk has proven himself to be an integral aspect of the faculty in the design of programs and internal processes. Dr. Volschenk was also instrumental in achieving the ISO accreditations for the school earlier in 2017. Below is Dr. Volschenk receiving the award at the 2017 Doctoral graduation ceremony held at Rapperswil Castle on Lake Zurich.
It is with great pleasure that Monarch Business School announces that Dr. Zoltan Buzady has joined the faculty as Professor of Strategy and Leadership. Dr. Zoltan Buzady holds a Ph.D. in Strategy from Budapest University of Economics and Public Administration, an MBA from Cass Business School City University, UK and a Bachelor of Laws from the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce that Dr. Ian Chaston has joined the Faculty as Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Dr. Chaston has a dedicated career having taught at universities in the US, UK and Australia/New Zealand. He is both an accomplished academic as well as businessman. His academic career spans over 25 years along with a business career with a Fortune 100 company. Dr. Chaston holds a Ph.D. from the University of Exeter, an MBA from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Hull. Dr. Chaston is also an accomplished author having published numerous academic journal articles as well as books within the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce that it is the first distance-learning business school in the world to achieve International ISO Triple Accreditation for Doctoral and PhD programs. The effort was spearheaded by Dr. Francois Volschenk and his team out of the South African Campus.
Dr. Henderson and Dr. Histaka recently visited the Moralogy Department of Reitaku University in Tokyo, Japan. They meet with Administrators and professors concerning the department of Moralogy and Ethics. The University was created by Mr. Chikuro Hiroike.
While Albania has in place the key structures of the education system, the past educational legislation and reforms were not sufficient to fully develop the institutions of higher education. The attempts to establish premium-quality universities and research institutions were continued with the New Law on Higher Education. However, the standards in higher education, particularly in terms of scientific research, are still not on a sufficiently high level; the country itself is facing serious social and economic challenges, and research programs are both small in scope and regionally fragmented.