Africa is wealthy beneath the soil. Gold, diamonds, and other precious natural resources have, from ancient times, pulled people from all over the world to Africa, and yet the masses whose feet tread on such riches are being led on unknown paths with virtually nothing to show to the world but poverty. The worsening situation regarding poverty, unemployment, hunger, violence, illiteracy, disease, environmental degradation, etc. pose a security threat not only for the people of Africa but the entire world.
It is with pleasure that Monarch Business School Switzerland highlights the latest book by Doctoral Candidate Ms. Karin Ochis. The book is titled, The Impact of Virtual Reality on Political Marketing and deals with showcasing and evaluating the nexus between virtual reality and political marketing.
In this, Part Two of the series, we will build on Part One where we stated that leadership has recognized roles in society but also questioned if we as individuals claim our own personal leadership enough. It offered the assertion that we can see our self as the CEO of our own life. Belief was identified as a primary area that can be examined and evolved as an expression of personal leadership. Beliefs were compared to a computer program in that they produce predictable output depending on what that program is. Any program can be updated freely by choice. Changing a belief or the programming will result in a different life experience from words and actions to feelings. A key point made was that beliefs can evolve or be expanded upon, yet it was also acknowledged that not all people are aware of this or indeed, believe it. Part Two explores perspectives of seeing yourself as a creator, inviting mastery in through various aspects, the ability we have to receive, and the power of personal alignment and presence.
The research is focused on examining the relationship between corporate social responsibility and financial performance of the largest corporations in Kazakhstan. The results of this research will serve as a promising avenue for further research. The research extends the examination of corporate social responsibility and financial performance by using a sample of the largest corporations of Kazakhstan.
The escalation of illegal poaching and wildlife trafficking over the last decade has placed the conservation industry in crises. Conservation managers find themselves with a new professional landscape to navigate where daily challenges lie far outside their existing skill set. As a result, there is a need to understand the disparity between what conservation managers have been prepared for and what they now face in order to inform training and capacity building interventions. Using the South African conservation industry as a case study, the research will address this Praxis Gap by gaining a deeper understanding of the nexus within the academic literature; investigating the key performance outputs and competence shortfalls experienced by protected area managers and developing a new framework or model that may identify the most important competencies required by contemporary protected area managers in the South African conservation industry.
Monarch Business School believes that business skills and the research carried out by business students and faculty can be a factor for positive change. At its core, this is the understanding that businesses can serve society for the greater good. From a business school perspective this means a critical re-evaluation of the role of business […]
It is a pleasure for Monarch Business School to announce that Doctor of Literature Candidate, Prof. Richard Van Ostende is assuming the role of Visiting Professor at Nanjing Normal University in China lecturing in International Finance and Management Accounting to Post-Graduate students. We wish Prof. van Ostende the very best in his new role with Nanjing Normal University.
Download The Monarch 2019 – Q1 Kiva Report In PDF Format Overview We all bring a rich plethora of attributes to our Monarch Business School community and the programs we engage in. We are all different and unique. Many of us will never meet in person but we know we are part of something bigger. […]
Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce our latest Doctoral candidates. The candidates reflect our commitment to diversity and opportunity and we are happy to welcome each one to the Monarch family. Candidates are joining the program from: South Africa, Canada, Australia, USA, Ireland and Uganda. We wish them all the very best in their studies and hope that the academic journey at Monarch is both challenging and rewarding. – Sola Virtus Nobilitat –
It is with pleasure that Monarch Business School highlights the latest book by Dr. Justin Kennedy. The book is titled, “Brain Reboot” and deals with creating happiness, performing better and being healthier. Dr. Kennedy is a Professor of Organizational Behavior. He holds a Doctor of Professional Studies with Monarch Business School Switzerland as well as a Bachelor of Social Science in Psychology from Rhodes University, SA. He is also a member of the Psychological Society of South Africa.