Business Administration, Management, and Operations

Theses in Business


This collection consists of theses for the Master of Business Administration at Point Loma Nazarene University.

Exploring the Venture of a Food Truck: Determining the Process and Viability of Opening a Mobile Restaurant

This study explores a mobile restaurant venture. A proposal for a SD Soup Truck by the SD Soup Shoppe is presented after a background on the original restaurant is provided, along with an in-depth environmental analysis of the conditions the SD Soup Shoppe could enter into for the food truck venture. Action research methodology is used.


Designing Ethical Workplaces: The Moldable Model

Faculty Poster, Week of Scholarship, presented during Faculty Poster Session, April 5, 2017.

The Decision to Relocate a Privately Held Domestic Pet Retailer from San Diego to San Antonio Can be Affected by Distinct Demographic Variables and Company Policies

The aim of this study is to point out the specific attributes and company policies related to employees who decide to relocate during a corporate relocation that took place within Petco Animal Supplies Inc. and compare them to those related to employees who decide not to relocate. This study is very different from other studies related to corporate relocations as literature review is built around an employee’s willingness to relocate and some of the demographics related to their willingness.

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