Name Institution Professor Course Date 10 strategic points quantitative study extraction RES-850 Modified 10 Strategic Points Template Article Citation Brown M. E. & Trevino L. K. (2014). Do role models matter? An investigation of role modeling as an antecedent of perceived ethical leadership. Journal Of Business Ethics 12294) 587-598. doi: 10.1007/s10551-013-1769-0. Retrieved from http://www.eds.b.ebseohost.com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/eds/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=3a1f 8471-a30a-44cf-8ef8-dbbfb335032d%sessionmgr103&vid=1&hid=111 Point Description Location (Page #) Broad Topic Area Ethical leadership is known as an important aspect of the work zone since it is the foundation of having a work environment that is strong. Therefore it is good to investigate where ethical leadership comes from in order to assist the employees to have strong leadership skills and foundation. 587 Lit Review background of the problem and the gap Some similar studies had been done but were not on the exact topic. because of this we don’t have any data and the way they view their co-workers who are role models. Despite the fact that there no previous research on the exact topic the researchers justified their research findings of which it brought some light to the new study. But it is important to do further research on the topic since it will help the organization develop leadership programs. For instance an employee can be paired with the mentor and can help them prosper. The top management can also be models and this will help the employees know that they need to move up in a ladder and it will enable them to have a positive effect on the leadership ethics and work ethic too.It is good to have the right role models and each age group in the work zone so as to create an environment that is productive to the organization. [...]
Due Date: Mar 21, 2018 23:59:59 Max Points: 50 Details: In the prospectus, proposal, and dissertation there are 10 strategic points that need to be clear, simple, correct, and aligned to ensure the research is doable, valuable, and credible. These points, which provide a guide or vision for the research, are present in almost any research study. The ability to identify these points is one of the first skills required in the creation of a viable doctoral dissertation. In this assignment, you will identify and evaluate 10 strategic points in a published quantitative research study. General Requirements: Use the following information to ensure successful completion of the assignment: Review the Luckett dissertation. Locate and download "Modified 10 Points Template." This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. APA style is required for this assignment. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Directions: Using the "Modified 10 Points Template," identify each of the 10 strategic points in this quantitative dissertation. Complete the "Evaluation" section of the template by addressing the following questions (250-500 words) with regard to the 10 strategic points in the study: Discuss the key points in the literature review and how the author used this section to identify the gap or problem addressed in the study. Describe the variables under study and how they are a key component in this quantitative research study. You are not expected to understand the differences between variables at this point, but should be able to identify how they inform the problem, purpose, research questions and data collection instruments. Describe the problem and how it informed the research questions under study. Describe the quantitative design used and why it is appropriate for the identified problem and research questions. Support your response with a peer-reviewed citation from a research source. Assess the appropriateness of the instruments used to collect data and answer the research questions as well as to address the stated problem. Discuss how the problem statement informed the development of the purpose statement in this study.