business research final
The literature review resources listed above provide some insights into the development of a literature review. NCU supports the thematic approach described in the resources. The annotated bibliography you have been developing during this course should provide the sources for the literature review.
Annotated Bibliography: Assemble the 15+ annotations you have been accumulating during this course. They should be presented in the same order as an APA reference list.
Reflective Look DBA vs. Ph.D.: As you begin the dissertation part of your doctoral journey, it is a good time to reflect on the degree you are pursuing. Using the Difference Between the PhD and Applied Doctorates document, write a short reflective paper outlining your professional goals related to the degree program in which you are enrolled.
Your final submission should include:
•Your Topic Paper (outlined below)
•Your Annotated Bibliography developed over the course.
•A 1-2 page reflective paper on the relationship of your professional goals and your degree with 1-2 references.
Assemble and submit your topic paper. Use the sample outline below to assemble an introduction, literature review, problem statement, purpose statement, research questions and methodology, and summary.
Topic Paper (Components and Order)
•Brief Literature Review
•Research Questions and Methodology
In developing the topic paper review and, as necessary, update your problem statement, purpose statement, research questions, and methodology to reflect your current perspectives and understanding of these aspects of your study. The topic paper should reflect a clear and logical linkage among the problem, purpose, and research questions.