Dr Carol-Anne Faint, PhD is a core faculty in the DBA program in the CMT department at Walden University. Her primary role is to mentor students in the pursuit of attaining a DBA by helping to navigate students through the program expectations with the ultimate goal of achieving the DBA graduate degree.
In addition to mentoring doctoral students, in both the 8100 and 9000 doctoral courses, she also teaches the initial DBA course, specifically 8006. She has also taught 8427 and 8300, both doctoral level applied research courses.
She has published and co-published the following articles:
Zakaria, A., Faint, C., & Kazkaz, S. (2020), Readmission Rate Reduction Strategies in General Hospital Setting. The Aging Male, doi:10.1080/13685538.2020.1753694
Naus, F. P., Faint, C., & Dwyer, R. J. (2018). Are hospital efficiency and quality of care affordable without external revenue. International Journal of Applied Management and Technology. 17(1), 35-45. doi:10.5590/IJAMT.2018.17.1.03
Faint, C. (2011) Accumulating, Preserving and Sharing Knowledge in Law Enforcement: Active and Retired Officer Perspectives. Doctoral Dissertation
Faint, C. (2005) Witness accounts and convictions. Association in Defense of the Wrongfully Convicted (AIDWYC). Spring Quarterly.
Areas of interest as a mentor include small business success strategies, health care, management strategies, criminal justice management, and change management research. My professional background is in non-profit organizational management.
DDBA 8303 - Qualitative Case Study Research
DDBA 8100 - Doctoral Study Mentoring
DDBA 9000 - Doctoral Study Completion
BA, Simon Fraser University
MS, University of Phoenix
PhD, Northcentral University