Anthony Fonseca is the library director at Elms College in Massachusetts.
He has a doctorate in English and has taught various writing courses and literature survey courses.
To work in such a field, you will likely need an MBA, or Master of Business Administration, which may require you write a thesis.
A thesis can be viewed as a mini-dissertation in that both require original research, intense writing under the mentoring of a faculty member, a rigid schedule, and a defense. candidates will spend one to two years on a dissertation, master’s candidates and seniors or honors students who write theses will likely have one semester to research and write, although some master's programs will allow up to year for a thesis.
international strategy and growth, cross-cultural challenges and differences, organizational structure issues, international marketing issues, etc.
Theses in Management with emphasis in Marketing contribute both to academic knowledge and practical application in the area of marketing.
To that end, some thesis topics could be best practice studies of companies known for effectively using human resources and information technology.
Finally, topics in areas like strategic risk taking, entrepreneurial management and strategic innovative leadership will prove excellent choices.
Of particular value at the moment will be theses that deal with how temporary staffing firms can be used as valuable resources.
On the other hand, some businesses look to develop their current workforce, so studies of developing human resources within strategic priorities will make excellent topics, as would a discussion of the role of governance in the workplace. The American Society for Quality (ASQ) states, "Organizations of all types and sizes have come to realize that their main focus must be to satisfy their customers." Such customer satisfaction surveys require that management understand who their customers are, as opposed to who they are perceived to be, and what their customers really want.