Socially Responsible Digital Leadership: A Framework For Digital Organizations

In the digital era, the level of interdependencies and integration for the new work environment requires leadership in the digital era to develop and create long-term deliverables by challenging current leadership theories and models in the context of Digital Social Disequilibrium. The research paper examines the characteristics of a new Socially Responsible Digital Leadership (SRDL) framework that assists in explaining the influences and relationships of digital leadership, social leadership, social innovation and social capital on reaching a Digital Social Dynamic Equilibrium (DSDE).

Dr. Dirk Jonker Graduates The PhD Program In Entrepreneurship

Youth unemployment may pose the biggest future challenge to the alleviation of poverty. Oluwatayo & Ojo (2018) attribute the high African youth unemployment rate to inequality, exclusive economic growth, and youth marginalisation. The South African formal youth unemployment rate is reported to be at 55.2%, while the estimated youth underemployment rate is closer to 65% and, in some regions, 80% (Herrington & Kew, 2018;, 2019c). Despite the potential of entrepreneurship as a solution, there appears to be a paucity of knowledge regarding the essential components necessary to foster an effective entrepreneurial transition for teenagers.

Dr. Barosum Publishes Chapter on Effective Employee Onboarding

Monarch is proud to announce that Dr. Mirielle (Miray) Barsoum has contributed in the 2nd edition of the Global Innovative Forefront Talent Management (GIFT)- Research and Publications Book Series (vol.2) with a chapter on Effective Employee Onboarding. The chapter entails a novel model developed to enhance the onboarding experience of employees in organizations and improve …

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Dr. Poem Mudyawabikwa Graduates The Doctor of Literature Program

Monarch Business School is happy to announce that Dr. Poem Mudyawabikwa has graduated the Doctor of Literature program. He completed the requirements with the submission of his dissertation entitled: “The Contextual Characteristics of the Negotiating Structure of the Governing Body of the International aLabour Organization”. Download The Dissertation Summary Here Download the Full Dissertation Here …

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CSR & Employee Affective Commitment: Saudi Communication Companies

The research explores the relationship between the different components of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employee attitude and behaviour and their influence on Affective Organizational Commitment (AOC). The research focusses on the dimensions classified by Turker (2009) as targeting four types of stakeholders: social and non-social stakeholders, employees, customers, and government. The contemplated research will explore these issues at the individual level, where managers play a moral role in exercising effort to obtain socially responsible outcomes.

Monarch Research Paper Series Volume 2 Issue 1 Released

Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to release Volume 2, Issue 1 of the Monarch Research Paper Series as of January, 2023. The issue highlights articles, thesis and dissertation summaries as well as doctoral research proposals. It highlights the collaborative work completed between Candidates and Faculty.  Volume 1 – Issue 1 | Volume 2 – …

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The Effectiveness of Team Coaching Within Australian Boards of Directors For Improved Decision Making

Pressure on boards to operate differently is now unprecedented with boards needing to re-think how they develop to serve stakeholders needs. It is argued that boards need to develop as social systems and collectives of dynamics. The call is for boards to improve strategic decision making and to operate as collectives to deliver stakeholder value, ethical behaviour and social impact.

Prof. Ochis Published in AACSB Insights On The Multigenerational Workforce

Monarch is happy to announce that Professor Dr. Karina Ochis has been published in “Insights” the online magazine of AACSP accreditation agency.

The article highlights that a business�s long-term success depends on the willingness and ability of its employees to work effectively together. But today�s companies must manage four generations of employees: boomers and members of Generations X, Y, and Z. All four have different attitudes about work, careers, and personal commitment.