Five Mona School of Business and Management students successfully defended their doctoral proposals and theses. MSBM extends heartiest congratulations its students.
- Mr. Rickert Allen, MSBM DBA Cohort 4 student, successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: “Towards the development of a model for improving employee readiness for corporate transformation” on January 11, 2017.
- Ms. Winsome Halliman, MSBM DBA Cohort 4 student, successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled: “Exploring the change patterns and characteristics of small and medium-sized enterprises” on January 13, 2017.
- Mr. Douglas Lindo, MSBM DBA Cohort 2 student, was successful in his proposal defence entitled: “Family influence, firm performance and firm value in publicly listed companies in the Small Island Developing State: Jamaica”, on February 22, 2017. He will continue on to complete his thesis for his final examination.
- Mrs. Marjorie Fyffe Campbell, MSBM DBA Cohort 1 student, successfully defended her thesis on February 24, 2017 the title of which was: “Principles of corporate governance and their efficacy in developing countries: A Caribbean perspective”.
- Mrs. Deloree Staple-Chambers, MSBM DBA Cohort 3 student, successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled: “Predicting tax compliance behaviour: The case in Jamaica” on March 22, 2017.