DBA students present to the British Academy of Management

Four of our DBA students presented their papers to the panel and guests at Cranfield University.

Date: 08/01/2016

A group of our Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) students attended a symposium at the British Academy of Management (BAM) where four of our students presented their papers to the panel and guests at Cranfield University. 
 
All four students received excellent feedback on their work and findings. Tamanna Jahan who presented her paper on "the growing role of social media in customer service loyalty: a study in the airline industry" said “It was a great experience attending the DBA BAM Conference, I had the chance to meet many DBA/Executive doctorate students and professionals with extensive experience. This was a fantastic chance to present and receive feedback on my own research, taking in comments and feeling confident about my area of research.”
 
Congratulations to all of the students that took part, you have done the University proud:
  • Mohammed Saiful Islam - Unpacking business incubation: a process for venture capital and development.
  • Manjula Kavisekara - Factors influencing the introduction of a revalidation process for Sri Lankan medical doctors.  
  • Olufisayo Akomollafe - The effects of non-financial hidden costs associated with outsourcing