CyberSecurity is defined as the art and science of protecting communication and data transfer via the Internet media so that properly authorized persons and organizations can share data in a secure environment. Considering the web-like structure of the Internet, CyberSecurity includes the security of the data and the transfers at the origin and destination and at every intermediate junction or transfer point. CyberSecurity is closely allied with digital forensics which is the science of tracking and solving crimes after they are perpetrated. CyberSecurity is associated with legal defenses in a relatively loose way as the global nature of the Internet makes it almost impossible for any one country to bring to justice violators of CyberSecurity in another country.
Monarch Business School is happy to announce that the March-2017 Doctoral Workshop is being held at the very beautiful STIAS-Stellenbosch Institute For Advanced Studies in Cape Town, South Africa. The workshop will be held March 20th, 21st and 22nd (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday).
Dr. Zakir Hussain graduated from Monarch Business School with a dual DBA/PhD degree and is now teaching at two separate institution.
The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for research collaboration and mentoring of emerging tourism researchers in order to share their research experience. The organising committee invites scholars from tourism studies and the wider social sciences to join. Papers can be submitted for two categories: thesis/dissertations and research papers.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to announce that the Doctoral workshop held last week at the Rapperswil Castle on Lake Zurich was a great success. All doctoral candidates were able to present their research and received critiques of their approaches and research method in order to improve upon their efforts.
It is a pleasure for Monarch Business School Switzerland to announce the new Doctoral graduates as of October, 2016. The convocation was recently held at the Rapperswil Castle on Lake Zurich on the 27th of October, 2016. Graduating were Dr. Marvin Ama, Dr. Aurelia Ravet-Narayan, Dr. Simon Akinteye and Dr. Samrat Sisodia.
Whereas just in time (JIT) and by extension lean have been lauded as successful strategies for waste reduction, improved efficiency and quality improvement, this paper argues that the overall objective of these practices is largely waste reduction. Although quality has improved after successful implementation of these strategies, our view is that this has been a consequence rather than a deliberate objective.
It is with pleasure that Monarch Business School announces that Dr. Gary Keller has recently been published in The Global Journal of Business Research. His article entitled: “Linkages Between CEO Compensation, Net Income and Stock Prices” appears in the Vo. 10, No. 1, 2016 issue.
It is a pleasure for Monarch Business School to announce that Dr. Hasan Al Fardan, Professor of Management, has published a book on Knowledge sharing with Lap/Lambert Academic Press, entitled “Shine Your Light: Knowledge Sharing In Bahrain”.
The ACUNS Dissertation Fellowship Award recognizes emerging students of extraordinary potential who have reached the stage of writing an advanced graduate-level dissertation on a topic of direct and demonstrable relevance to the United Nations and/or the UN system. Applications not thus related to the UN and/or UN system will not be considered.