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The professional doctoral practitioner Hub (the Hub) is explicitly intended as a forum for professional doctoral practitioners to connect with others dedicated to progressing knowledge in the virtual and physical domains. As such, this forum intends to overcome one of the main challenges of the doctoral journey - being isolated from others in a similar position. It will be populated by experts with tremendous experience in all aspects of doctoral education and unrivalled success in achieving the eventual award through effective writing and submission for viva voce examination.

The Hub team


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It is a pleasure compiling this recommendation for the Doctorate Hub. Its Professors are vigilant and strategic thinkers with an eye for detail and a devotion to their careers. They have the capability and expert knowledge to teach a variety of subjects across a faculty, and their curiosity of expanding the horizon never diminishes. The Hub has an incredible ability to draw on their own experiences and observations to develop thoughtful opinions on a variety of encounters. Aloma Jayasundera

Viji, enrolled for a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), UK.

Analysis and Conclusions


Advanced Course: Tackling Wicked Problems – or how to nail jelly to the wall.

It was a good 8 weeks, though I would have loved to have had this module during my DBA programs theoretical stage ...or even during one of the DBA DDP’s (Doctoral Development Plan).

A key learnings for me was to keep the focus on the problem, and not get diverted towards a solution based approach. 

The mirroring technique and the table shared in the module will be an useful tool for candidates to compare and ensure that relevant points have been reflected on and addressed in the respective sections of the thesis.

I see myself using the table for communicating how triangulation has been supportive both at the data collection and analysis stage of the thesis. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and the team at the DoctorateHub for your time and patience and appreciate your feedback and comments that have ensured further clarity in my thesis. Wishing everyone the best in their future endeavours.

Jacqueline, enrolled for a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA), UK

Data Collection and Analysis


Webinar attendant.

"Working with the DoctorateHub, a range of webinars have been presented and scheduled to cover topics of interest to Doctoral students.

The content and benefits have been invaluable as we progress through our doctoral journey."

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