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Finding Your Scholarly Voice:
Using Peer-reviewed Publications
to Showcase Your Expertise
Presented by Dr. Darrell Burrell
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Bill Gibbs
Cap Tech Talks Coordinator
1. About Capitol Technology University
2. Session Pointers
3. About the Presenter
4. Presentation
5. Q & A
6. Upcoming Webinars
7. Recording, Slides, Certificate
Agenda
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About
Established in 1927, we are one
of the few private Universities in
the U.S. specifically dedicated to
STEM-Based
academic programs. The
University offers degrees at the
Associate, Bachelor, Master, and
Doctoral levels
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Nonprofit, Private &
Accredited
Capitol is a nonprofit, private accredited university
located in Laurel, Maryland, USA
Capitol Technology University is
accredited by the Commission on
Higher Education of the Middle
States Association of Colleges and
Schools
The University is authorized by the
State of Maryland to confer
Associate’s (A.A.S.), Bachelor’s (B.S.),
Master’s (M.S., M.B.A., M.Ed, M.Res.,
T.M.B.A, M.Phil.), and Doctoral (D.Sc.,
Ph.D., D.B.A., Ed.D.) degrees.
• We will answer questions at the conclusion of the presentation. At any time you
can post a question in the text chat and we will answer as many as we can.
• Microphones and webcams are not activated for participants.
• A link to the recording and to the slides will be sent to all registrants and
available on our webinar web page.
• A participation certificate is available by request for both Live Session and On
Demand viewers.
Session Pointers
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About the presenter: Dr. Darrell N. Burrell
• Visiting scholar at Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute for Leadership,
Equity, and Justice at Rutgers University
• Visiting researcher at Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at
Georgetown University Medical Center
• Post-doctoral public health researcher at U. of Maryland School of
Pharmacy
• 20+ years in management, teaching and training
• Published 180 peer-reviewed publications and has 900 Google
Scholar citations
• Three earned doctorates: DHEd, A.T. Still University; Ph.D. in
Cybersecurity Leadership and DBA in Supply Chain Management,
both from Capitol
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Finding Your Scholarly Voice:
Using Peer-reviewed Publications
to Showcase Your Expertise
Presented by Dr. Darrell Burrell
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Finding Your Scholarly
Voice:
Using Peer-Reviewed
Publications to Showcase
Your Expertise
Presented by
Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell
 Goals of the presentation
To discuss:
My background and why I care
about this topic
Career planning
Publishing and building an
academic resume
What it means to be a thought
leader
A doctorate is a passport
A doctorate is a master-key
 The current landscape
 Publish or perish? What does
that mean?
 What is happening around
the value of a doctorate
degree?
 Academia at top universities
is a private country club.
 The Current landscape
Explosion of new doctorate
programs.
Intense competition for
academic jobs.
Status and stratus
More universities are using
adjuncts for most of their
classes as a cost saving
measure.
 Myths of scholarship
 I just need to get the degree.
 I don’t need to publish to teach on-
line?
 I don’t need to publish to get
consulting jobs?
 I don’t need to publish because I
work in industry?
 You can’t make money teaching?
 My friend teaches on-line for many
schools without any publications.
 Myths of scholarship
 I have certifications in my
field, so I am good
everywhere.
 I self publish books and
books take more time than
journal articles.
 I publish blogs on LinkedIn so
that solid academic
publishing.
 I’m a motivational speaker.
 Are you using others you respect as
your models?
 Look at the academic
resumes of people that you
respect and attempt to
identify what types of
professional experiences
that they have that you can
emulate.
 Go to university websites to
review faculty CVs.
 Building your academic resume:
Presenting and publishing
 Curriculum Vitae
 Are you presenting at conferences?
 Are you attempting to publish?
 Do you have a strategy for either or
both?
 What are your long- and short-term
career goals?
 What have you done
that is peer reviewed?
 What is your Google
Factor?
What is publishing?
Take an
idea
Publish it Reach an audience
What prevents you writing for publication?
1. I don’t know where to start
2. I don’t understand why it matters
3. I don’t know the process
4. Feel unworthy
5. Fear
6. Thinking it has to be the cure of cancer.
A priority
Is there something about which you would really like to write
about and publish ?
Start with your graduate papers?
Entering the Academic Conversation
Creating a Research Space
• Move 1: Establishing a Territory
– Show Importance
– Review previous research
• Move 2: Creating a Niche
– Indicate a gap or extend previous knowledge
• Move 3: Occupying the Niche
– Outline purposes
– Announce principle findings
– State value of research
– Preview structure of paper
Why publish in journals?
What’s in it for me?
• Work in print – name in print- Establishes you as thought leader.
• Share your ideas – develop your career
• Prove success – support/influence future decisions
• Demonstrate your knowledge – gain external recognition
• Highlight new initiatives – gain internal recognition
• Makes you competitive for high paying faculty jobs
Why publish in journals?
What’s in it for me?
It is your responsibility and duty to your
community and profession!!!!
You can make 100k teaching on-line.
How to get started?
What do I write about?
• Have you completed a project that concluded successfully?
• Are you wrestling with a problem with no clear solution?
• Do you have an opinion or observation on a subject?
• Have you given a presentation, briefing or conference
paper?
• Are you working on a Doctoral or Master’s project?
• Do you have a new idea or initiative?
If so, you have the basis for a publishable paper
How to get started?
• Co-author with others- Your dissertation chair, your
classmates, colleagues.
• Exploit your individual strengths and share the lifting
by dividing the amount of writing required.
• Agree and clarify order of appearance of authors and
the person taking on the role of corresponding
author
–Full articles / Original articles: the
most important papers. Often
substantial and significant completed
pieces of research.
–Review papers / perspectives:
summarize recent developments on a
specific topic. Highlight important
previously reported points. Not the
place to introduce new information.
–Case studies supported by literature
What type of manuscript?
Everything project that you
work on, every problem that
you solve, or every process
that you fix at work is
potentially publishable is you
frame it write and support is
with literature.
Where it starts
The writing style is almost a reference
per sentence to every other sentence.
You need to use the M.E.A.L. Writing
approach. If you are not familiar, look it
up on YouTube. You have to master this
approach to publish an article or
complete a doctorate degree.
I fully endorse the use of Grammarly
Premium.
Most articles are 4,000 to 6,000 words
16 to 24 pages double spaced 12 point
type.
Where it starts
• Paper Title
• 200 word abstract
• 5 Keywords for Search for your article
• Introduction (1 to 2 pages)
• Problem Statement (Evidence from research that a
problem exists) (1 to 2 paragraphs)
• Significance of the project/paper (1 to 2 paragraphs)
• Methodology (1 paragraph)
• Theories from the literature and literature review (10-
13 pages)
• Results, Recommendations, Conclusions, and
Solutions (1 page)
• Recommendations for future research (1/2 page)
A complete paper will have the following sections in the paper
Introduction/Background
• Establish the general territory (real world or
research).
• Describe the broad foundations of your study—
provide sufficient background for readers.
• Show statistics and trends from current research or
publications in ways that wow the reader and show
that this topic is important.
It all starts with your problem statement
A solid problem statement is one paragraph or no longer than 5-7
sentences:
• Anchor- Which is important info about your topic that is
supported by a reference in the last 5 years
• The hook (supported by a statistic with a reference from 5 years
or newer) – This statistic provides evidence beyond your
thoughts or experiences of a real research problem. This statistic
must be directly related to the topic of your study.
• A general problem
• A specific problem
• The Gap in the literature that your dissertation will address.
Problem Statement: Overview
• Hook & Anchor
Per your textbook (Creswell, 2009), you will
need two citations from peer reviewed literature
to demonstrate a problem exists that is worthy
of doctoral research. These two citations help
form and support a hook and anchor. A hook
(general problem) is a fact that hooks the
reader’s interest. The anchor typically includes a
number that anchors the scope of the problem.
Problem Statement: Overview
• A hook from literature identifies that a general problem exists:
Cybersecurity crime forecasts indicate a need for more information security employees
(Morgan, 2016).
• The anchor is:
The demand for more cybersecurity professionals is expected to rise to 6 million globally by
2025, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million cybersecurity professionals (Morgan, 2016).
• The general problem is:
Organizations are need more workers with cybersecurity skills to meet the challenges.
• The specific problem is: Understanding the best practices for recruiting and developing
cybersecurity talent.
• The gap- There is limited research that looks at this problem from the perspective of
Asian-American Women.
Purpose statement
• The purpose statement is the major objective or
intent of the study and the kind of study
(research methodology). The purpose of the
study allows the reader to comprehend the
fundamental aim of the research. Specifically, the
purpose describes to how you will address the
problem in a way that includes who is part or
participant in the problem and the perceptions
around the challenges and impact of your
problem.
Methods Section
Research Article: Research articles are
the cornerstone of academic
publishing, representing original
research with data collection from
participants in a specific field.
Methods Section
Community intervention: Community
intervention articles involves a
systematic and collaborative process
through which a researchers engage
the community to identify implement,
and evaluates strategies to address
specific issues, employing reflective and
adaptive learning cycles to drive
sustainable change and enhance the
overall well-being of its members.
Methods Section
Management consulting intervention:
Management consulting intervention
articles involves a systematic and
collaborative process through which a
researchers/management consultant
engage organizations to identify,
implement, and recommend strategies to
address specific issues and problems based
on organizational strategy, organizational
culture, and organizational climate.
Methods Section
Literature Review: Review articles serve as
comprehensive analyses of existing
literature within a particular field of study.
They play a pivotal role in synthesizing and
critically evaluating the current body of
knowledge, identifying gaps, controversies,
and areas in need of further exploration.
Reviews could be used to find solutions to
real world problems and can be used to
develop recommendations. Provide search
terms used.
Methods Section
Technical Note: Technical notes are concise
and focused articles that center on
introducing a novel technique, method, or
procedure to the academic community.
These notes are particularly valuable when
there are important modifications or
unique applications related to an
established method. Authors use technical
notes to provide clear and detailed
descriptions of the new approach,
emphasizing its practical aspects.
Methods Section
Perspective: Perspective articles serve as a
platform for authors to provide insightful and
forward-looking assessments of current
developments or recommendations for policy
within a specific field of study. These articles
often provide valuable insights into the
evolving landscape of a particular discipline,
offering readers a glimpse into the author's
vision of future directions, new policy
approaches, and potential breakthroughs.
Significance of the study section
• This can be written in 2 to 3 paragraphs.
• You need to comprehensively address the following:
• What significant stats and trends, supported references
justify the study’s importance? They should be included
with references from the last 5 years or newer.
• Who (what individuals or groups) can use this new
knowledge or information yielded by the research to
change or improve the present situation? How will the
study contribute to the improvement of the profession
or the field?
• Indicate how the results can potentially be used to
improve the world of practice and expand the body of
knowledge of applied research?
Theories from the literature in a literature review section of the
paper
• What theory/theories (2 to 3 max)
are you using frame your paper?
Explain the theory and its elements
in a way that relates it to your
topic.
• How does this theory serve to help
readers understand your topic or
the problem explored in your
study?
The following list details a sampling of commonly
used theories across disciplines.
• Technology theories
• Change or change management
theories
• Leadership theories
• Learning theories
• Life span development theories
• Motivational theories
• Behavioral theories
• Risk Management Theories
Literature review section of the
paper
• You need to talk about what have
previous research studies said
about the problem.
• You need to talk about how have
previous studies framed the nature
of the problem.
• You need to talk about the
challenges in addressing the
problem.
Conclusions Section
 What are 5-10 most important
takeaways from this article?
 How can the information in this be
used for managers or organizations in
the future?
 Here's how organizations can use this
information?
 What are the 5-10 actionable and
practical recommendations that could
be used to address the problem
outlined in the problem statement?
Recommendations for future research Section
 Suggest how future studies can build upon the
current research. Provide insights into specific
aspects or dimensions that merit further
investigation based on the findings of the
current study.
 Discuss potential enhancements or
modifications to the research methodology.
This could include refining data collection
methods, expanding the sample size,
incorporating new technologies, or employing
alternative analytical approaches.
 Explore the applicability of the research in
different contexts or settings. Consider how
the findings might differ or be enriched when
applied to diverse populations or industries.
 Select the best journal for submission
Review recent publications in each candidate
journal. Find out the hot topics, the accepted types
of articles, etc.
Ask yourself the following questions:
Is the journal peer-reviewed?
Who is this journal’s audience?
What is the average time to print?
What is the journal indexed?
Is there an article processing charge (APC)
Is this journal listed on Beall's List
of predatory Journals.
Decide on one journal. DO NOT submit to multiple
journals.
 Select the best journal for submission
 Land Forces Academy Review –Sciendo
Publishing
 Management Teaching Review- Sage
Publishing
 SocioEconomic Challenges Journal
(SEC) –Sciendo Publishing -$100
Euro APC charge
 Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific
Research- Emerald Publishing
 Select the best journal for submission
Business Ethics and Leadership (BEL)-
The Academic Research and Publishing-
100 Euros
Health Economics and Management
Review- The Academic Research and
Publishing- 100 Euros
PSU Research Review- Emerald
Publishing
 Select the best journal for submission
IGI Global Publishing has peer reviewed
book chapters.
Leadership Action and Intervention in
Health, Business, Education, and
Technology
 Conference presentations matter too
• Focus on conferences with indexed published
proceedings.
• Check the registration fees.
• Discounts for students even doctoral students.
• The Midwest United
States Association for Information Systems
(MWAIS)- Publish full papers on 2500 words
max.
• IEE Conferences full papers are 4 to 6 pages
total single spaced- Different format from APA
• Policy Studies Organization in Washington DC
• Academy of Management Conference
• Present as a doctoral student.
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The most serious issues to avoid
1. Fabrication
Making up research data
2. Falsification
Manipulation of existing research
data
3. Plagiarism
Previous work taken and passed
off as one’s own
These are the 3 most common forms of ethical misconduct that the
research community is challenged with:
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What is the peer review process
Submit a
paper
Basic requirements met?
REJECT
Assign
reviewers
Collect reviewers’
recommendations
Make a
decision
Revise the
paper
[Reject]
[Revision required]
[Accept]
[Yes]
[No]
Review and give
recommendation
START
ACCEPT
Author Editor Reviewer
Michael Derntl. Basics of Research Paper Writing and Publishing. http://www.pri.univie.ac.at/~derntl/papers/meth-se.pdf
• The process could take 4 to 12 weeks.
• Consider reviewing as a procedure in which several
peers discuss your work. Learn from their comments,
and join the discussion.
• Nearly every manuscript requires revision.
• Bear in mind that editors and reviewers mean to help
you improve your article
– Do not take offense.
• Minor revision does NOT guarantee acceptance after
revision.
– Do not count on acceptance, but address all comments
carefully.
Reviewing is a procedure
Carefully study the comments and prepare a
detailed e-mail or letter response that each
reviewer comment and how you addressed it.
Revision after submission
• A second review of the revised manuscript is common. Cherish the
chance of discussing your work directly with other scientists in
your community. Please prepare a detailed letter of response.
• Cut and paste each comment by the reviewer. Answer it directly
below. Do not miss any point.
• State specifically what changes (if any) you have made to the
manuscript. Give page and line number.
– A typical problem – Discussion is provided but it is not clear what
changes have been made.
• Provide a scientific response to the comment you accept; or a
convincing, solid and polite rebuttal to the point you think the
reviewer is wrong.
• Write in a way that your responses can be given to the reviewer.
A second round of reviews is common
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Journal article production
 Preprint
Author submits manuscript
 Manuscript accepted
 Document proof
Copy editing, Author proofing,
preparation for publishing
 Published journal article
Logo, pagination, branding
 Electronic Warehouse
Published as print, HTML or
PDF copy
 Academic careers
 Teaching faculty
 Tenure Track Faculty
 Research faculty positions
 What is next for you?
Following this presentation, you should:
 Develop a career plan with goals
 Set publishing goals &presenting goals
 Create a free Google Scholar Profile
 Create a free ORCID profile.
 Create a free Research Gate Profile
 Create a free Academic.edu Profile
 Subscribe to the Chronicle of Higher Education
 Sign up to be an academic peer reviewer at a
journal.
 Everyone should have
professional development goals
For example:
 Present at 3 academic
conferences each year
 Publish 6 academic articles
each year
 What are you doing with your
graduate papers?
 Steps to your future
 Develop a publishing strategy.
 Develop a conference
presentation strategy.
 Go to the top universities in your
state and review the academic
CVs and bios of faculty in the
departments that you would like
to teach in and take notes of the
activities that they have done
that you don’t have.
Thank you!!
Questions?
Contact on LinkedIn as
Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell
Upcoming Webinars
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in Global Security
March 21
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www.captechu.edu/webinar-series
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Crime Investigation
April 18
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To Register for Webinars or
View On Demand Webinars:
www.captechu.edu/webinar-series
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Join us for Master’s and Doctoral
Virtual Information Sessions. Held
monthly. To learn more:
Email: gradadmit@captechu.edu •
Phone: 1- 800-950-1992
Capitol offers regionally accredited online
certificates, undergraduate degrees, masters and
doctoral degrees in a wide variety of technical
disciplines.
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Recording, Slides & Certificate
A copy of the slides and a link to the
recording will be sent to all
registrants. Watch for an email
A Certificate of Completion is
available upon request to both live
session and On Demand viewers
Simply reply to the email
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Thank You!
This concludes today’s webinar
Watch for a follow up email that contains:
1. How to get a Participation Certificate
(Available by request for both Live Session
and On Demand viewers)
2. Link to the webinar recording and slides
Thanks for Joining Us!
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  • 1. 1
  • 2. Finding Your Scholarly Voice: Using Peer-reviewed Publications to Showcase Your Expertise Presented by Dr. Darrell Burrell 2
  • 3. Bill Gibbs Cap Tech Talks Coordinator 1. About Capitol Technology University 2. Session Pointers 3. About the Presenter 4. Presentation 5. Q & A 6. Upcoming Webinars 7. Recording, Slides, Certificate Agenda 3
  • 4. About Established in 1927, we are one of the few private Universities in the U.S. specifically dedicated to STEM-Based academic programs. The University offers degrees at the Associate, Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral levels 4
  • 5. Nonprofit, Private & Accredited Capitol is a nonprofit, private accredited university located in Laurel, Maryland, USA Capitol Technology University is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools The University is authorized by the State of Maryland to confer Associate’s (A.A.S.), Bachelor’s (B.S.), Master’s (M.S., M.B.A., M.Ed, M.Res., T.M.B.A, M.Phil.), and Doctoral (D.Sc., Ph.D., D.B.A., Ed.D.) degrees.
  • 6. • We will answer questions at the conclusion of the presentation. At any time you can post a question in the text chat and we will answer as many as we can. • Microphones and webcams are not activated for participants. • A link to the recording and to the slides will be sent to all registrants and available on our webinar web page. • A participation certificate is available by request for both Live Session and On Demand viewers. Session Pointers 6
  • 7. About the presenter: Dr. Darrell N. Burrell • Visiting scholar at Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute for Leadership, Equity, and Justice at Rutgers University • Visiting researcher at Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University Medical Center • Post-doctoral public health researcher at U. of Maryland School of Pharmacy • 20+ years in management, teaching and training • Published 180 peer-reviewed publications and has 900 Google Scholar citations • Three earned doctorates: DHEd, A.T. Still University; Ph.D. in Cybersecurity Leadership and DBA in Supply Chain Management, both from Capitol 7
  • 8. Finding Your Scholarly Voice: Using Peer-reviewed Publications to Showcase Your Expertise Presented by Dr. Darrell Burrell 8
  • 9. Finding Your Scholarly Voice: Using Peer-Reviewed Publications to Showcase Your Expertise Presented by Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell
  • 10.  Goals of the presentation To discuss: My background and why I care about this topic Career planning Publishing and building an academic resume What it means to be a thought leader A doctorate is a passport A doctorate is a master-key
  • 11.  The current landscape  Publish or perish? What does that mean?  What is happening around the value of a doctorate degree?  Academia at top universities is a private country club.
  • 12.  The Current landscape Explosion of new doctorate programs. Intense competition for academic jobs. Status and stratus More universities are using adjuncts for most of their classes as a cost saving measure.
  • 13.  Myths of scholarship  I just need to get the degree.  I don’t need to publish to teach on- line?  I don’t need to publish to get consulting jobs?  I don’t need to publish because I work in industry?  You can’t make money teaching?  My friend teaches on-line for many schools without any publications.
  • 14.  Myths of scholarship  I have certifications in my field, so I am good everywhere.  I self publish books and books take more time than journal articles.  I publish blogs on LinkedIn so that solid academic publishing.  I’m a motivational speaker.
  • 15.  Are you using others you respect as your models?  Look at the academic resumes of people that you respect and attempt to identify what types of professional experiences that they have that you can emulate.  Go to university websites to review faculty CVs.
  • 16.  Building your academic resume: Presenting and publishing  Curriculum Vitae  Are you presenting at conferences?  Are you attempting to publish?  Do you have a strategy for either or both?
  • 17.  What are your long- and short-term career goals?  What have you done that is peer reviewed?  What is your Google Factor?
  • 18. What is publishing? Take an idea Publish it Reach an audience
  • 19. What prevents you writing for publication? 1. I don’t know where to start 2. I don’t understand why it matters 3. I don’t know the process 4. Feel unworthy 5. Fear 6. Thinking it has to be the cure of cancer.
  • 20. A priority Is there something about which you would really like to write about and publish ? Start with your graduate papers?
  • 21. Entering the Academic Conversation Creating a Research Space • Move 1: Establishing a Territory – Show Importance – Review previous research • Move 2: Creating a Niche – Indicate a gap or extend previous knowledge • Move 3: Occupying the Niche – Outline purposes – Announce principle findings – State value of research – Preview structure of paper
  • 22. Why publish in journals? What’s in it for me? • Work in print – name in print- Establishes you as thought leader. • Share your ideas – develop your career • Prove success – support/influence future decisions • Demonstrate your knowledge – gain external recognition • Highlight new initiatives – gain internal recognition • Makes you competitive for high paying faculty jobs
  • 23. Why publish in journals? What’s in it for me? It is your responsibility and duty to your community and profession!!!! You can make 100k teaching on-line.
  • 24. How to get started? What do I write about? • Have you completed a project that concluded successfully? • Are you wrestling with a problem with no clear solution? • Do you have an opinion or observation on a subject? • Have you given a presentation, briefing or conference paper? • Are you working on a Doctoral or Master’s project? • Do you have a new idea or initiative? If so, you have the basis for a publishable paper
  • 25. How to get started? • Co-author with others- Your dissertation chair, your classmates, colleagues. • Exploit your individual strengths and share the lifting by dividing the amount of writing required. • Agree and clarify order of appearance of authors and the person taking on the role of corresponding author
  • 26. –Full articles / Original articles: the most important papers. Often substantial and significant completed pieces of research. –Review papers / perspectives: summarize recent developments on a specific topic. Highlight important previously reported points. Not the place to introduce new information. –Case studies supported by literature What type of manuscript?
  • 27. Everything project that you work on, every problem that you solve, or every process that you fix at work is potentially publishable is you frame it write and support is with literature. Where it starts
  • 28. The writing style is almost a reference per sentence to every other sentence. You need to use the M.E.A.L. Writing approach. If you are not familiar, look it up on YouTube. You have to master this approach to publish an article or complete a doctorate degree. I fully endorse the use of Grammarly Premium. Most articles are 4,000 to 6,000 words 16 to 24 pages double spaced 12 point type. Where it starts
  • 29. • Paper Title • 200 word abstract • 5 Keywords for Search for your article • Introduction (1 to 2 pages) • Problem Statement (Evidence from research that a problem exists) (1 to 2 paragraphs) • Significance of the project/paper (1 to 2 paragraphs) • Methodology (1 paragraph) • Theories from the literature and literature review (10- 13 pages) • Results, Recommendations, Conclusions, and Solutions (1 page) • Recommendations for future research (1/2 page) A complete paper will have the following sections in the paper
  • 30. Introduction/Background • Establish the general territory (real world or research). • Describe the broad foundations of your study— provide sufficient background for readers. • Show statistics and trends from current research or publications in ways that wow the reader and show that this topic is important.
  • 31. It all starts with your problem statement A solid problem statement is one paragraph or no longer than 5-7 sentences: • Anchor- Which is important info about your topic that is supported by a reference in the last 5 years • The hook (supported by a statistic with a reference from 5 years or newer) – This statistic provides evidence beyond your thoughts or experiences of a real research problem. This statistic must be directly related to the topic of your study. • A general problem • A specific problem • The Gap in the literature that your dissertation will address.
  • 32. Problem Statement: Overview • Hook & Anchor Per your textbook (Creswell, 2009), you will need two citations from peer reviewed literature to demonstrate a problem exists that is worthy of doctoral research. These two citations help form and support a hook and anchor. A hook (general problem) is a fact that hooks the reader’s interest. The anchor typically includes a number that anchors the scope of the problem.
  • 33. Problem Statement: Overview • A hook from literature identifies that a general problem exists: Cybersecurity crime forecasts indicate a need for more information security employees (Morgan, 2016). • The anchor is: The demand for more cybersecurity professionals is expected to rise to 6 million globally by 2025, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million cybersecurity professionals (Morgan, 2016). • The general problem is: Organizations are need more workers with cybersecurity skills to meet the challenges. • The specific problem is: Understanding the best practices for recruiting and developing cybersecurity talent. • The gap- There is limited research that looks at this problem from the perspective of Asian-American Women.
  • 34. Purpose statement • The purpose statement is the major objective or intent of the study and the kind of study (research methodology). The purpose of the study allows the reader to comprehend the fundamental aim of the research. Specifically, the purpose describes to how you will address the problem in a way that includes who is part or participant in the problem and the perceptions around the challenges and impact of your problem.
  • 35. Methods Section Research Article: Research articles are the cornerstone of academic publishing, representing original research with data collection from participants in a specific field.
  • 36. Methods Section Community intervention: Community intervention articles involves a systematic and collaborative process through which a researchers engage the community to identify implement, and evaluates strategies to address specific issues, employing reflective and adaptive learning cycles to drive sustainable change and enhance the overall well-being of its members.
  • 37. Methods Section Management consulting intervention: Management consulting intervention articles involves a systematic and collaborative process through which a researchers/management consultant engage organizations to identify, implement, and recommend strategies to address specific issues and problems based on organizational strategy, organizational culture, and organizational climate.
  • 38. Methods Section Literature Review: Review articles serve as comprehensive analyses of existing literature within a particular field of study. They play a pivotal role in synthesizing and critically evaluating the current body of knowledge, identifying gaps, controversies, and areas in need of further exploration. Reviews could be used to find solutions to real world problems and can be used to develop recommendations. Provide search terms used.
  • 39. Methods Section Technical Note: Technical notes are concise and focused articles that center on introducing a novel technique, method, or procedure to the academic community. These notes are particularly valuable when there are important modifications or unique applications related to an established method. Authors use technical notes to provide clear and detailed descriptions of the new approach, emphasizing its practical aspects.
  • 40. Methods Section Perspective: Perspective articles serve as a platform for authors to provide insightful and forward-looking assessments of current developments or recommendations for policy within a specific field of study. These articles often provide valuable insights into the evolving landscape of a particular discipline, offering readers a glimpse into the author's vision of future directions, new policy approaches, and potential breakthroughs.
  • 41. Significance of the study section • This can be written in 2 to 3 paragraphs. • You need to comprehensively address the following: • What significant stats and trends, supported references justify the study’s importance? They should be included with references from the last 5 years or newer. • Who (what individuals or groups) can use this new knowledge or information yielded by the research to change or improve the present situation? How will the study contribute to the improvement of the profession or the field? • Indicate how the results can potentially be used to improve the world of practice and expand the body of knowledge of applied research?
  • 42. Theories from the literature in a literature review section of the paper • What theory/theories (2 to 3 max) are you using frame your paper? Explain the theory and its elements in a way that relates it to your topic. • How does this theory serve to help readers understand your topic or the problem explored in your study?
  • 43. The following list details a sampling of commonly used theories across disciplines. • Technology theories • Change or change management theories • Leadership theories • Learning theories • Life span development theories • Motivational theories • Behavioral theories • Risk Management Theories
  • 44. Literature review section of the paper • You need to talk about what have previous research studies said about the problem. • You need to talk about how have previous studies framed the nature of the problem. • You need to talk about the challenges in addressing the problem.
  • 45. Conclusions Section  What are 5-10 most important takeaways from this article?  How can the information in this be used for managers or organizations in the future?  Here's how organizations can use this information?  What are the 5-10 actionable and practical recommendations that could be used to address the problem outlined in the problem statement?
  • 46. Recommendations for future research Section  Suggest how future studies can build upon the current research. Provide insights into specific aspects or dimensions that merit further investigation based on the findings of the current study.  Discuss potential enhancements or modifications to the research methodology. This could include refining data collection methods, expanding the sample size, incorporating new technologies, or employing alternative analytical approaches.  Explore the applicability of the research in different contexts or settings. Consider how the findings might differ or be enriched when applied to diverse populations or industries.
  • 47.  Select the best journal for submission Review recent publications in each candidate journal. Find out the hot topics, the accepted types of articles, etc. Ask yourself the following questions: Is the journal peer-reviewed? Who is this journal’s audience? What is the average time to print? What is the journal indexed? Is there an article processing charge (APC) Is this journal listed on Beall's List of predatory Journals. Decide on one journal. DO NOT submit to multiple journals.
  • 48.  Select the best journal for submission  Land Forces Academy Review –Sciendo Publishing  Management Teaching Review- Sage Publishing  SocioEconomic Challenges Journal (SEC) –Sciendo Publishing -$100 Euro APC charge  Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research- Emerald Publishing
  • 49.  Select the best journal for submission Business Ethics and Leadership (BEL)- The Academic Research and Publishing- 100 Euros Health Economics and Management Review- The Academic Research and Publishing- 100 Euros PSU Research Review- Emerald Publishing
  • 50.  Select the best journal for submission IGI Global Publishing has peer reviewed book chapters. Leadership Action and Intervention in Health, Business, Education, and Technology
  • 51.  Conference presentations matter too • Focus on conferences with indexed published proceedings. • Check the registration fees. • Discounts for students even doctoral students. • The Midwest United States Association for Information Systems (MWAIS)- Publish full papers on 2500 words max. • IEE Conferences full papers are 4 to 6 pages total single spaced- Different format from APA • Policy Studies Organization in Washington DC • Academy of Management Conference • Present as a doctoral student.
  • 52. | 52 The most serious issues to avoid 1. Fabrication Making up research data 2. Falsification Manipulation of existing research data 3. Plagiarism Previous work taken and passed off as one’s own These are the 3 most common forms of ethical misconduct that the research community is challenged with:
  • 53. | 53 What is the peer review process Submit a paper Basic requirements met? REJECT Assign reviewers Collect reviewers’ recommendations Make a decision Revise the paper [Reject] [Revision required] [Accept] [Yes] [No] Review and give recommendation START ACCEPT Author Editor Reviewer Michael Derntl. Basics of Research Paper Writing and Publishing. http://www.pri.univie.ac.at/~derntl/papers/meth-se.pdf
  • 54. • The process could take 4 to 12 weeks. • Consider reviewing as a procedure in which several peers discuss your work. Learn from their comments, and join the discussion. • Nearly every manuscript requires revision. • Bear in mind that editors and reviewers mean to help you improve your article – Do not take offense. • Minor revision does NOT guarantee acceptance after revision. – Do not count on acceptance, but address all comments carefully. Reviewing is a procedure
  • 55. Carefully study the comments and prepare a detailed e-mail or letter response that each reviewer comment and how you addressed it. Revision after submission
  • 56. • A second review of the revised manuscript is common. Cherish the chance of discussing your work directly with other scientists in your community. Please prepare a detailed letter of response. • Cut and paste each comment by the reviewer. Answer it directly below. Do not miss any point. • State specifically what changes (if any) you have made to the manuscript. Give page and line number. – A typical problem – Discussion is provided but it is not clear what changes have been made. • Provide a scientific response to the comment you accept; or a convincing, solid and polite rebuttal to the point you think the reviewer is wrong. • Write in a way that your responses can be given to the reviewer. A second round of reviews is common
  • 57. | 57 Journal article production  Preprint Author submits manuscript  Manuscript accepted  Document proof Copy editing, Author proofing, preparation for publishing  Published journal article Logo, pagination, branding  Electronic Warehouse Published as print, HTML or PDF copy
  • 58.  Academic careers  Teaching faculty  Tenure Track Faculty  Research faculty positions
  • 59.  What is next for you? Following this presentation, you should:  Develop a career plan with goals  Set publishing goals &presenting goals  Create a free Google Scholar Profile  Create a free ORCID profile.  Create a free Research Gate Profile  Create a free Academic.edu Profile  Subscribe to the Chronicle of Higher Education  Sign up to be an academic peer reviewer at a journal.
  • 60.  Everyone should have professional development goals For example:  Present at 3 academic conferences each year  Publish 6 academic articles each year  What are you doing with your graduate papers?
  • 61.  Steps to your future  Develop a publishing strategy.  Develop a conference presentation strategy.  Go to the top universities in your state and review the academic CVs and bios of faculty in the departments that you would like to teach in and take notes of the activities that they have done that you don’t have.
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