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A Final Project Paper is due in Week Six. The Final Project will contribute 35% to the course grade. ...

A Final Project Paper is due in Week Six. The Final Project will contribute 35% to the course grade.
Focus of the Final Project:
The final project should be eight pages in length and include a reference of all resources used. At least three sources should be from scholarly journals, e.g. Journal of Management, Journal of Marketing, or Harvard Business Review. This paper will be a research project that tests a hypothesis chosen by the student that can relate to the place of current employment or previous employment but may not include or involve human subjects directly.
Sample general topics could include:
Manufacturing Quality/Cost Improvement Service Quality Improvement Systems Design Accounts Receivable/Billing/AR Aging Marketing/Advertising Issues Sales of Goods Investments Product Safety Workplace Safety Labor Pools HR matters of broad concern Population Studies Others approved by course instructor
The hypothesis should be a possible cause and effect relationship regarding a process, underlying assumption, or plan that is important to the business. It should not be too broad. The hypothesis must be approved by the instructor by the end of the third week of class. The research process of planning, data sampling, collection and data evaluation should be described. The type of study should be defined and justified. Collect a small representative data sample. Fifteen is the recommended sample size. The data can be collected from observations, surveys, or historical records. The data results should be summarized and displayed and a brief analysis should be included. Use appropriate descriptive or inferential statistics

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  • TO Buy the Tutorial Visit Our Website A Final Project Paper is due in Week Six. The Final Project will contribute 35% to the course grade. Focus of the Final Project: The final project should be eight pages in length and include a reference of all resources used. At least three sources should be from scholarly journals, e.g. Journal of Management, Journal of Marketing, or Harvard Business Review. This paper will be a research project that tests a hypothesis chosen by the student that can relate to the place of current employment or previous employment but may not include or involve human subjects directly. Sample general topics could include: Manufacturing Quality/Cost Improvement Service Quality Improvement Systems Design Accounts Receivable/Billing/AR Aging Marketing/Advertising Issues Sales of Goods Investments Product Safety Workplace Safety Labor Pools HR matters of broad concern Population Studies Others approved by course instructor The hypothesis should be a possible cause and effect relationship regarding a process, underlying assumption, or plan that is important to the business. It should not be too broad. The hypothesis must be approved by the instructor by the end of the third week of class. The research process of planning, data sampling, collection and data evaluation should be described. The type of study should be defined and justified. Collect a small representative data sample. Fifteen is the recommended sample size. The data can be collected from observations, surveys, or historical records. The data results should be summarized and displayed and a brief analysis should be included. Use appropriate descriptive or inferential statistics