Essay about Mr Khan

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Pages: 11

''In what extent working environment influence employee performance at PAUL''

Candidate Name
(Student Number)

A research proposal submitted to Glyndŵr University in accordance with the requirements of the degree of
Master of Business Administration

(Month and Year of Submission)

Word Count: 3000

AUTHOR’S DECLARATION

AUTHOR’S DECLARATION –

I declare that the work in this dissertation was carried out in accordance with the Regulations of Glyndŵr University. The work is original except where indicated by special reference in the text and no part of the dissertation has been submitted for any other degree.

Any views expressed in the dissertation are those of the author and in no way represent those of Glyndŵr University.

The dissertation has not been presented to any other University for examination either in the United Kingdom or overseas.
I hereby give my consent for my dissertation, if accepted, to be available for photocopying and for inter-library loan, and for the title and summary to made available to outside organisations and the wider academic community I acknowledge that this proposal, either or both in paper-copy or in electronic copy, is submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of MBA STUDENT NUMBER:

STUDENT NAME:

SIGNED*: ..............................................................(*when submitted in paper copy)
When submitted as an electronic copy, through the University’s VLE (moodle Turnitn), such submission shall constitute my subscription to this declaration and my consent

DATE: ..DD../..MM../..YYYY..

Abstract

Introduction:
Aims and objectives:
Methodology:
Significance of study:
Timeframe of the study:
Limitations of the study:

Key words:

Index to the Research project proposal

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1.0:– Justification of the study, study aims and study objectives/subsidiary questions
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1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 General academic theme

1.1.2 Focussed academic theme

1.2 Context/ Background

1.3 Research question with supporting aims and objectives and subsidiary questions

1.3.1 Research question

1.3.2 Aim of the study

1.3.3 objectives of the study (if appropriate)

1.3.4 Subsidiary research questions (if appropriate)

1.4 Significance of the proposed study

1.5 Organisation of the proposal

2.0: Preliminary Literature Review (Theoretical underpinning of the proposed study)

2.1 Introduction to the Literature Review

2.2 Review of the Literature Underpinning the Study

2.3 Conclusions to the Literature Review

2.4 References (listing of the journal articles reviewed)

3.0: Methodology (Philosophy underpinning data collection and analysis and related tools and techniques)

3.1 Research philosophy

3.2 Research paradigm

3.3 Research design

3.4 Research methods

3.5 Consider each objective subsidiary research question in turn

4.0: Directions for further research studies (Addressing de/limitations in the proposed study)

5.1 Limitations of proposed study

5.2 Directions for further research studies

5.0: Project management plan (Managing resources and time for successful project completion)

6.1 Accessibility to research participants and to scholarly evidence and other resources

6.2 Time management - Gantt chart for the research study

7.0: References (Cited works listed using the Harvard referencing system)

Appendix 1: Letter requesting access to (proposed participant) organisation

Appendix 2: Participant information sheet and consent form

Appendix 3a: Data collection tool - Study questionnaire incorporating PIS and Consent statement

Appendix 3b: Data collection tool – Open-question-items schedule for a semi-structured interview

Appendix 5: Work plan for the proposed study - Gantt chart

Appendix 6: Completed Glyndwr University research ethics form

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