Application 3 – Final Paper “ Manage Project In Complex Environment”

Application 3 – Final Paper “ Manage Project In Complex Environment”

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  Application 3 – Final Paper “ Manage project in complex environment”

At the end of this course, you will write a 15- to 20-page literature review that captures relevant theories and empirical research leading to a significant research topic, problem, and research question(s). Approach your topic as though you were arguing for funding that might support a vital new step in understanding methods for project management. Although you do not have to actually design a study to the point of specifying research measures or samples, try to evolve your thinking to the point of framing a relevant research topic, problem, and question(s) on which your proposed research would be focused. This question should be complete enough to suggest why the answers obtained further develop an important theory, address a gap in a current model of of business process improvement, or demonstrate an immediate application to solving common people/process problems related to project management. Rather than attempting to include as many references as possible, try to emphasize the logical coherence of your evidence of conceptual foundations. Build a rhetorical argument for why your research problem and question(s) are important. An obvious extension of your paper would be to consider using it as a springboard for a dissertation proposal. Your paper could also be useful for the development of Chapter 2 of your Proposal/Dissertation.

· Title of research topic

1- Research propose

2- Literature review

3- Problem statement

4- Research gab

5- Research questions

6- Conclusion

7- References

Please make sure this paper include at least the following key elements:

– A thorough review of the literature that shows evidence of a potential research opportunity/gap

– Presentation of a clearly defined gap in the research, with a focus on what has and has not been discussed in the academic literature

– The definition of a viable topic for dissertation research (using the aforementioned identified gap as a basis)

– At least one research question that is demonstrably linked to your problem statement. You do not need to address any hypotheses or design considerations and should include this question in your conclusion section