Arun Rai, Regents’ Professor of the University System of Georgia and director of the Center for Digital Innovation at Georgia [...]
Executive Doctorate in Business
DevOps expert Dr. David Bishop watched organizations struggle to launch technology products for years before solving the problem through engaged research.
Neda Barqawi (EMBA ’10, D.B.A. ’14) addressed MBA and Master’s Students at their Dec. 18 ceremony. Atlanta – Georgia State [...]
DBA program at GSU celebrates 10 years, a celebration of alumni achievements and the exchange of knowledge and practice between both alumni and students. Panel sessions were chaired by faculty with alumni participants sharing perspectives and insights on various topics relevant to DBA program graduates.
We are excited to share that Dr. Deborah Hazzard, GSU Executive DBA Class of 2012, has become the Associate Dean of Diversity & Inclusion for Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. Deborah holds a Doctorate in Business from Georgia State University.
Georgia State University Executive Doctorate in Business Administration student, BP McCoy, delivered a talk titled, “Leading Through Adversity…The Act of Creating Belief,” to the University of Oklahoma football team earlier this year.
In order to expand her consulting practice to clients interested in blockchain, Denise McCurdy first had to earn her stripes.
The Executive DBA and a Ph.D. are similar in a few ways, but also differ in terms of program length, structure, candidate profile, curriculum, and expected outcomes. The Executive DBA was created with senior-level managers, c-suite executives, and professionals with extensive experience in mind.
Dr. David Bishop, Georgia State University Doctorate in Business Alum, gives highly useful presentation about publishing research in book form. David recently published his fourth book. It is titled, Metagility: Managing Agile Development for Competitive Advantage.
ATLANTA–The Georgia FinTech Academy, a statewide talent development initiative announced today (Sept. 11) by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia will have two physical locations at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business, executive offices on the university’s downtown campus and a professional education hub at its Buckhead Executive Center.