Benefits of DBA Writing as Career for Business Professionals?

Mantissa College-JulianHaytham

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People with DBAs such as great business executives know how to find the answers to difficult problems, communicate them to a problem solving team, execute a solution and go with the flow.

Depending on your business field, academia may not be the most natural or obvious path toward success. However, obtaining a DBA as a business professional has its distinct advantages.

From problem solving and project management to research and writing, a DBA can set your business career on a clear path to success. The most highly sought-after executive skills look awfully familiar to the ones that you can acquire as a DBA student.

Let's take a closer look at how DBA research skills can benefit business professionals. 
What skills does obtaining a DBA give to you?

It is hard to articulate the skills that DBA students develop as they go through the process especially as they apply to life outside academia but they do.

DBA students develop their analytical and problem solving skills by identifying problems, synthesising large amounts of data, forming conclusions and conducting experiments that often requires fieldwork.

They also develop interpersonal and leadership skills by mentoring others, facilitating discussions, conducting meetings and serving as the primary researcher on an individual assignment. These tasks require collaboration, communication and creative approaches to getting things done which is similar to the business world.

DBA assignments and thesis require high levels of project management and organisation as do successful businesses. DBA students design, manage and execute their individual assignments and thesis from start to finish and maintain flexible attitudes in the face of changing circumstances. 

As most DBA candidates will tell you, their funding often depends on their writing and speaking skills. They polish their communication skills by explaining difficult concepts in basic language, write effective grant proposals and handily defend their ideas.

They are also highly adaptable people. Studying a DBA involves in-depth research in order to complete the individual assignments and thesis. While DBA candidates have specific goals when they set out, they often need to shift their focus depending on what their data tells them or find different ways of collecting legitimate data.

In business, managing fast-paced, high-level projects and convincing people that you are doing the right thing while maintaining professional working relationships is key.

Where can you get the best of both worlds? 


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