I am submitting an article for consideration for a journal whose conference I attended. All conference participants are allowed to submit to the journal. However, it is not considered conference proceedings. It's a fairly good journal, so I want to write a great article. My question is, how much are we expected to stick to our original conference presentation? I explored a specific concept in a book and I want to explore the same book but look at it a little differently. It's the same premise, but I found a word that better sums up my argument. Help!
For my doctoral dissertaion, I'm working on the relationship between organizational culture and Lean Six Sigma (a quality improvement program) in the public sector. I'm interested to discuss with anyone familiar with this area!
I am in my last quarter of a Master of Public Policy Program. It is a demanding last quarter in terms of a Capstone project, classes etc. I feel like I should be concentrating my efforts toward finding a great job after graduation (mid-june), any advice?
I had my dissertation defended 10 days ago. Now I am applying for job openings at several universities. Will it be appropriate to update my C.V. by stating that my dissertation was defended on a specific date? Or just write PhD is expected in December 2013? Thank you for your tips in advance.
-Recent Graduate with Bachelors in English: Professional Writing & Journalism, just got a great job as Sales Consultant with Comcast.- I was wondering what Masters/Graduate degree should I get to move up in any department of the company? (looking for either weekend/night/online classes)