Evaluate the challenges of conducting quantitative and qualitative research.
What role do the problem and purpose sections of the dissertation play in
deciding on a methodology? Explain the differences between a type of
research project and design that align with each method. Use scholarly,
academic literature to support your response.
Assess a research methodology you plan to use for your dissertation (e.g.,
qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-methods). Justify why this methodology
is appropriate for your dissertation topic. Explain the importance of having
an appropriate methodology along with a well thought-out research design
during the planning, data collection, and interpretation phases of the
research process. Use scholarly, academic literature to support your
Compare and contrast two change management models from the literature.
Analyze and evaluate their implications for effectively managing
organizational change. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each
model? Describe how these two models would need to be modified to adapt
to a global organization that operates in Asia and Latin America.
How would the models adapt to the different cultures. Support your writing
with current academic literature.
Identify and analyze ethical and legal business trends that have or could have a significant impact on your area of concentration. Use current research to support your analysis. Explain if and how answering your research question addresses these trends. Support your writing with current academic literature.