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Pomykalski, James J.; Dion, Paul; Brock, James L. – Journal of Education for Business, 2008
In this study, the authors developed a structural equation model that accounted for 79% of the variability of a student's final grade point average by using a sample size of 147 students. The model is based on student grades in 4 foundational business courses: introduction to business, macroeconomics, statistics, and using databases. Educators and…
Descriptors: Grade Point Average, Structural Equation Models, Macroeconomics, Business Administration Education
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Obenchain, Alice M.; Johnson, William C.; Dion, Paul A. – Christian Higher Education, 2004
Relative to the many types of higher education institutions, Christian institutions face extreme operating conditions. Specifically, they are highly tuition dependent, face extreme pressure for funding, and struggle to preserve the history, tradition, and distinctive cultures of their organizations (Dockery and Gushee, 1999). At the same time,…
Descriptors: Christianity, Church Related Colleges, Higher Education, Cultural Influences
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DiLorenzo-Aiss, Janet; Dion, Paul – Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 1996
A Fordham University (New York) initiative to internationalize its undergraduate business curriculum is described. The curriculum development project, designed to both stem declining enrollment and make the curriculum more relevant to business needs, included student surveys, grant proposal preparation, assessment of local program competition,…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Case Studies, College Faculty, College Outcomes Assessment
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Dion, Paul A.; Notarantonio, Elaine M. – Journal of Business Communication, 1992
Reports two studies investigating the relationship between communication style variables and sales performance. Relates findings which indicate that the "precise" dimension of communication is strongly associated with effective sales performance and that different combinations of the "precise" and "friendly"…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Communication Research, Higher Education, Persuasive Discourse