Posted: October 20th, 2022
Building off of the Presenting the Problem and Annotated Bibliography assignments in week 2, you will work to provide more details about your project making sure there is alignment with your research question. This assignment is meant to serve as a touch point to ensure your project is moving in the right direction, so intervention can be taken if needed.
Staying with the memo form of business writing (use the Parts of a Memo guide to help you with writing and formatting), you will address these areas within your paper:
• What roadblocks stand in your way to obtain the data needed, and where will you get the appropriate data to test your research question?
• What statistical test will you use to test your hypothesis with a solid defense/justification of why that is the most appropriate test. Note: Depending on your project, you may need to use a different test than what has been covered in the course.
Date: June 1, 2022
To: (Your Boss), Title
From: You, Title
Re: Turnover Research
Purpose of the study
*Please include the above. These items would come from your previous memo.
Briefly describe the methodologies and methods (data collection, statistical models, and analysis) that will be used to conduct the study. Quantitative approaches include experimental, quasi-experimental, or non-experimental. Please state the approach, then how it is consistent with your research problem/question.
Describe the statistical model. If using a particular quantitative model (e.g., structural equation modeling or a specific kind of regression analysis), describe it here. The model must align with the research question.
Limitation of Study
What are the barriers or roadblocks that stand in your way from obtaining the data needed? Where will you get the appropriate data to test your research question?
What strategies will you implement to remove/overcome these obstacles/roadblocks?
Discuss how your design is suited to answering your research question(s).
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