Business Research Method I
Timothy Trautman, Kawaun White, Guillermo Lecca, and Germaine Washington QNT/561
January 15, 2013
Dr. Anthony Matias
The research statement and motivation that will be analyzed is how to recycle at Starbucks in the most cost effective and efficient method. The company is facing multiple challenges but barriers from municipalities and training employees are two of its most difficult challenges. The methodology and research is based on the action research design and will detail how we get our results. The result of our research indicates that recycling will be successful depending on the belief of the employee and customers. The conclusion of the analysis will show that recycling may be a personal preference but if the company can produce data that verifies it’s environmental and financial benefits people may support the idea.
Starbucks - Business Research Method I
The objective of this analysis is to research a question that applies to a chosen organization. The research will include an explanation of the operational definitions, dependent variables, independent variables, and characteristics specifics to our research. In addition, the analysis will also identify, analyze and research these objectives while conveying how they relate to real life applications. Starbucks will be the focus of the research and the operational dilemma will be recycling and how to implement it as effectively as possible. Organizational Dilemma Research Question
Starbucks is a company that believes in the importance of recycling. Although, the process seems to possess a straight forward initiative in reference to recycling, there is a vast amount of material wasted that have some employees disgusted with Starbucks as an organization. “But while recycling seems like a simple, straightforward initiative, it’s actually extremely challenging. Not only are there municipal barriers to successful recycling in many cities, but...
References: Starbucks (2012). Recycling and reducing waist. Retrieved form:
Types of Research Design. (2013). Retrieved from http://libguides.usc.edu/content.php?pid=83009&sid=818072
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