Dissertations

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The dissertations displayed on this website have all been submitted towards a degree at a university.  All these dissertations have been successful and the degree has been awarded. A wide variety of subjects have been selected to show the breadth of topics which have been undertaken. These are all examples of scholarly research that have made a contribution which is original to the body of theoretical knowledge. The standard required for a degree does vary from one institution to another and readers need to be aware of this. It is often recommended that degree candidates should read successful dissertations and these have been supplied for this purpose.

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Anthony Mitchell
A comparison of the offshoring and outsourcing strategies in UK and German multinational companies: a critical engagement with the ‘varieties of capitalism’ perspective by Dr Anthony Mitchell
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Shawren Singh
Shawren Singh
Towards understanding the process of e-Government application design in South Africa by Dr Shawren Singh
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TJ McDonald
TJ McDonald
The development of a Community Informatics (CI) model to support Irish Local Voluntary Organisations (LVOs) use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) by Dr TJ McDonald
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Bill Nichols
Bill Nichols
 The Nature and Antecedence of Client Loyalty in Professional Business Services by Dr Bill Nichols
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Dolly Mastrangelo
Dolly Mastrangelo
Collaborate to Innovate: Innovative Capacity Index for Effective Open Innovationby Dr Dorothea G. Greenwood
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Cristiano Trindade De Angelis
Cristiano Trindade De Angelis
A Knowledge Management Organisational Intelligence Model for Public Sector Administrations by Dr Cristiano Trindade De Angelis
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Ken Grant
Ken Grant
THE DISCIPLINE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: Lessons from the KM Strategies of Professional Services Firms by Dr Kenneth A. Grant
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Nicola Swan
Nicola Swan
Giving Community Stakeholders a Voice in Stakeholder Theory: Corporate Responsibility Interventions in Rural India by Dr Nicola H. J. Swan
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Marian Carcary
Marian Carcary
The Evaluation of ICT Investment Performance in terms of its Functional Deployment by Dr Marian Carcary
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Florica Tomos

The Impacts of Learning and Digital Platforms & ICTs on the Success of Women Entrepreneurs in Communities of Practice in South-East Wales by Dr Florica Tomo

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