Preliminary Research Design
MGT600 Unit 1 Individual Project
January 8, 2011
In this space please write the Abstract, a one-paragraph, self-contained summary of the most important elements you will cover in your paper. The abstract (in block format, do not indent the first line of your Abstract paragraph) begins on the line following the Abstract heading (title). For our type papers the Abstract should be between 100-120 words. Your Abstract should be the only paragraph on this page; you need to start your paper on the next page.
Note to Students: Please delete all of my instructions but make sure you leave the titles as they are now. This paper needs to be at least 5-7 pages not counting your Cover, Abstract and Reference pages.
Part 1: Differences between Formal Research and Business Proposal
In this first section of the IP assignment please explain the difference and when is appropriate to use formal research and when is best to use business proposal. Read class announcements and review chat archives; you should also review Unit 1 Course Materials for more information. Prepare 2-3 pages of content for Part 1. Part 2: Scientific Research Design
For this second part, search one of the five ‘testable statements’ (hypothesis) listed below and conduct a survey of the literature using one of the article collections (databases) in the Library. Based upon the elements of how to construct a literature review suggested in the Sekaran textbook and additional sources, prepare an actual 3-4 page Literature Review (Step 2 of the Sekaran process) that address the most relevant findings reported in research articles which address, support, or refute your chosen hypothesis. Please review our chat archives for Unit 1 for more information and some reliable websites to help you with this assignment. You need to provide 3-4 pages of information for this section. Pick one of the following hypotheses to compose your Literature...
References: Bazerman, M. H., & Moore (2009). Judgment in managerial decision making (7th ed.). New York, New York. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Sekaran, U. (2004). Research methods for business: A skill building approach (4th ed.). New York, New York. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Please add additional references and list them in alphabetical order.
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