Content: Global student dissertations and literature reviews.
Purpose: Use for foundational research, to locate test instruments and data, and more.
Special Features: Search by advisor (chair), degree, degree level, or department. Includes a read-aloud feature
The ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database (PQDT) is the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses. It is the database of record for graduate research, with over 2.3 million dissertations and theses included from around the world.
The aim of this current study is to guide IT department experts towards an organizational Big Data program that will create the maximum benefit from their Big Data while staying grounded given the constraints of planning, resources available, and budget. Author: Ronald Harris, Northcentral University
The purpose of this qualitative single-case study was to explore the strategies Ugandan senior public sector officials used to leverage IT ROI reports during planning, budgeting, and implementation of IT projects to reduce failure rates. Author: Constantine Bitwayiki, Walden University
The focus of this study was the costs incurred due to efforts to comply with legislation mandates and the impact of compliance upon the relationship between ITF, SA, and ITE. Author: Paul J. Gioia, Northcentral University
The purpose of this quantitative non-experimental correlational study was to construct an empirical model to measure the relationship between three dimensions of IT flexibility, specific to cloud computing: connectivity, modularity, and compatibility, and IT effectiveness within a representative sample of SMEs. Author: Hilda Lyn Lawal, Northcentral University
The purpose of this study was to address the omnibus research question: to what extent do statistically significant differences exist between how female students and male students are mentored in IT majors? Author: Bonita A. Harris, Capella University
Leaders of small businesses need dynamic capabilities created through careful implementation of information technologies (ITs) to enhance efficiency, performance, and output. The purpose of this multicase study was to explore strategies leaders of small businesses used in developing countries to implement ITs for improved business performance. Author: William Kwabiah, Walden University
The primary goal of the study was to understand how culture influences organizations within the same industry, geographical location, and organizational size to increase ITIL success rates. Author: Kelly Wibbenmeyer, Northcentral University
This dissertation aims to provide a systematic understanding of fashionable technologies. It first elucidates the process of IT fashion diffusion based on extant fashion theories and the unique characteristics of fashionable technologies. Author: Dan Jiang, Clemson University