Identify an appropriate topic for master’s level research and produce a researchable question 1.2 Evaluate how established techniques of research and enquiry (words, numbers and secondary data) are used to create and interpret knowledge in a chosen discipline
1.3 Evaluate critically current research and advanced scholarship within an identified area of interest
1.4 Undertake a critical search of relevant literature and, through synthesis, produce a literature review appropriate for an academic community
• A critical literature review of 3,000 word (+/- 10%)
• A Turnitin Similarity Report
In this course, we developed a shared understanding of master’s level research, which embraced the making sense of selected sources. We also presented an opportunity to refine a range of masterly skills. In particular, we encouraged you to develop the skills needed to understand, critique and utilise research conducted by others and to consider how you might conduct research within your organisational and professional context.
We would like you to work independently and, having adopted an appropriate methodology, to produce a critical literature review that informs your proposed research, into a business problem. With respect to format, we require you to use a journal presentation and adopt a succinct, focused style of writing.