Management Question

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Part 1
1. Describe each study, including:

• the research problem, questions, or hypotheses

• the research purpose

• type of design and elements of the design (e.g., sample, data analysis, operationalization of constructs)

• threats to validity and if and how they were addressed

• the findings and their implications


2. Critically evaluate each study: Does the author make a compelling case for the meaning and significance of the findings?

Part 2
Write a literature review that explains what is known and not known about the phenomenon based on a critical evaluation of the five studies.

Part 3
Develop a research question that addresses one of the unknowns you identified in Part 2 and sketch a quantitative or qualitative study that can answer the question about what is unknown and contribute to theory (in some sense of theory you discuss in Question 1).

Address:

• the research purpose

• type of design and elements of the design (e.g., sample, the type of data you need to collect and how you will collect it, data analysis)

• the strengths and weaknesses of your envisioned design and methods

• quantitative: threats to validity and how your design will address them

• quantitative: the constructs you will measure and what you will do in order to determine how to operationalize them (you need not identify specific measures)

• qualitative: your means of ensuring the quality of your findings

• justification for why your chosen design and methods are more appropriate for your research question than alternatives you have considered

• your methods of data analysis

• how the data you collect will enable you to answer your research question and contribute to theory

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