Topic: An Evaluation of Employees Communication within the Company. Remote worke

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Topic:
An Evaluation of Employees Communication within the Company.
Remote workers across the company should be able to communicate with one another seamlessly and effortlessly, without getting bogged down in unnecessary or irrelevant messages. (Vision)
Right now, messages tend to get lost or cluttered through multiple email strings. This results not only in lost productivity, but also multiple problems in miscommunication. (Issue statement)
I propose that the company provides an intra communication chat system and use it for the majority of in-company communication. Conversations can be easily searched and organized by channel. Only more formal communication, like official announcements, should be sent over email. (Proposed method)
Individual Research Papers – Instructions and Grading
This is an individual research effort where each student selects a topic and submits it for instructor approval by the end of Week 2. Research Papers is a three (3) part assignment; two (2) main papers, and an annotated bibliography.
Assignment 1: Annotated Bibliography (Week 3 , 100 points)
Assignment 2: Defining a Research Challenge and a Literature Review (Week 5, 250 points)
Assignment 3: Explaining a Research Methodology (Week 7, 150 points)
All papers are to follow APA format and the student must keep a copy for their records. Written and constructed to graduate level use of language (includes grammar), demonstrating a research typology approach to one of the broad topics of the course. These papers should demonstrate recognition and formulation of a problem dealing with research methods in administration, exhibit collection of data obtained through observation, experimentation, or research. Papers are an applied activity that requires students to apply what they have learned in class to real-world research activities. A bibliography should be provided and contain minimum of 15 (fifteen) scholarly resources. Papers will range in length from 3 to 12 pages. The lengths of papers will vary depending on topics. A total of at least 15 sources should be included across the papers (1, 3, 4), all sources must appear in the annotated bibliography.
Specific Criteria are as follows:
Paper 1 Annotated Bibliography/
Utilizes and synthesizes current, relevant, and credible sources sufficient in number to create the context for the problem and to demonstrate understanding of the problem/issue
NOTE: The Annotated Bibliography is detailed in the Paper 2 folder in Blackboard.
Paper 2 Definition of the Issue/Problem and Literature Review
Definition of the Issue/Problem
Sets out problem and purpose of the research
Includes Introduction, Problem Statement, Purpose of the Study, Research Questions, Scope/Limitations/Delimitations.
Begins with a problem (an unanswered question) related to a topic of interest. As you think about your topic of interest, answer these questions: What is the management/leadership dilemma or opportunity that could be investigated? What is the purpose of my project? What assumptions would underline such a problem? Are there any existing data directly relevant to the research problem? If so, can I access the data necessary to address the research problem? If not, how can I collect the necessary data? How will I interpret the meaning of the data as they relate to the problem statement?
Literature Review
It aims to help you identify research possibilities and to tailor your research project to gain new insights on the chosen topic.
Utilizes and synthesizes current, relevant, and credible sources sufficient in number to create the context for the problem and to demonstrate understanding of the problem/issue
As you review the current literature on your topic of interest, answer these questions: What is the purpose of the study and how does it differ from other studies? what are the findings and how do they differ from other studies? What are the limitations of the study?
Paper 3 Methodology
Distinguishes typology being used and clearly identifies what data are needed to answer the research questions.
Explains in detail methods that will be used to collect and analyze the data
Includes all methodological details appropriate to the typology (e.g., for surveys, describes population, sample, randomization)
As you work on the methodology section of your study, consider the following questions: Will I be able to find a sufficient number of participants/subjects who will be willing to participate in the study? Am I sufficiently knowledgeable to interpret the data I obtain?
Your research should build on precise and realistic planning and executed within the framework of a clearly conceived and feasible design.
Other Requirements:
References – 15 total to be used across all three papers
Data collection instruments, consent forms, and permission letter understanding if applicable will be in appendices
Writing/Formatting: Reflects APA style, references cited in text and listed in references according to APA Style
Demonstrates control of syntax, grammar, coherence, paragraphs are focused and connected with transitions
Plagiarism rules apply to the paper.
II. TEXTBOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Textbooks and Course Materials: Practical Research: Planning and Design 12th edition
Author: Paul Leedy and Jeanne Ellis Ormrod
ISBN: 978-0-13-477565-4
Publisher: Pearson

 

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