MGMT 591 Course Project

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MGMT 591 Course Project 
Submit a written Brief Proposal of Research containing the following…

 

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MGMT 591 Course Project

MGMT 591 Course Project

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Week 3 

Submit a written Brief Proposal of Research containing the following (copied from Course Home/Course Project content item):

  1. a brief overview of the chosen organization and your role in it;
  2. a brief narrative description of the organizational problem that you would like to research and resolve;
  3. a preliminary problem statement in the form of a re-searchable question; and
  4. which TCO or textbook topic your problem is related to.

Preview:

One problem that the author notices in his workplace is that employees often get fired for stealing money.  They presume that they will not get caught despite the presence of surveillance cameras.  In addition, the company does not grant overtime pay due to the large number of employees in…

Week 5 

Your Expanded Research Proposal is due this week. Refer to the Course Project content item under Course Home for the guidelines and grading rubrics.

Submit a written Expanded Research Proposal containing the following:

  1. Title page and Table of Contents
  2. Documentation of at least three initial scholarly sources from the library
  3. Expanded introduction to the organization
  4. Expanded description of your chosen problem
  5. Preliminary solution options (can be bullet points)
  6. Preliminary analysis of leadership and organizational behavior concepts addressed in the paper

Preview:

One concept that will be used in this paper is the social and physical context of work. According to the job characteristics model (Robbins & Judge, 2015), majority of employees are satisfied and motivated when their intrinsic work tasks are engaging but that it’s also important for them to have good social relationships.

Job design features are…

Week 7 

Research Sources

  1. All papers must have a minimum of six scholarly sources cited within the text of the paper and identified in the references section.
  2. Additional research sources can be attached in a bibliography.
  3. Review the following document for instructions on how to access and use EBSCOhost for your research:

Paper Format

  1. All papers should be double-spaced, using an 11- or 12-point font.
  2. The length of the paper is to be between 10 and 15 pages, not counting the cover page, table of contents, nor appendices.
  3. The first page should include the title of the work, student name, course number and title, date, and professor name.
  4. The second page should be a table of contents. It should, at a minimum, reflect the seven items listed in the Grading Rubric.
  5. Follow APA style for general format and citations (see the APA Guidelines Tutorial in the Syllabus).
  6. The paper sections must adhere to the guidelines below, and each section must be labeled in the text.
  7. The language should be clear, concise, and precise.
  8. The tone should be professional, consistent, and not filled with jargon.
  9. Grammar and syntax (sentence structure) must be correct.
  10. The report must be free of misspellings and typos.

Tables and Figures

  1. All figures and tables must be referred to in your text before they appear on the page.
    1. Figures and tables should appear on the same page as, or the page after, the text that refers to them.
  2. All figures and tables need captions. Captions go below figures and above tables.

Quotations and Citations

  1. Quotations and citations are crucial components of a research paper and must be present.
  2. Failure to properly cite research sources and borrowed ideas is plagiarism.
  3. Refer to the APA style guide for assistance with properly citing quoted or borrowed materials and ideas.

Preview:

One problem that the author notices in his workplace is that employees often get fired for stealing money.  These employees presume that they will not get caught despite the presence of surveillance cameras.  In addition, the company does not grant overtime pay due to the large number of employees in the company.  The author believes that these two problems may be…