organizational concept paper – final edition W r i t i n g
Your initial Presentation will include the key elements of the Organizational Concept Paper – Final Edition
The presentation should be comprised of seven (7) to 10 slides of content. Discuss the key elements of the Concept Paper – Second Edition. This presentation should be a minimum of five (5) minutes and a maximum of seven (7) minutes.
The presentation can be designed as follows:
- Title of the concept and your name (1 slide)
- Why you are interested in the topic (your personal/professional connection to the topic) (1 slide)
- Brief Summary of the key points from the introduction section of your concept (3 to 4 slides)
- The specific problem, issue, or challenge that has caught your attention:
- What is your topic?
- What is the problem?
- What have you noticed that requires investigation?
- Is this an industry-wide problem, issue, or challenge? If so, how do you KNOW that?
- The background or context of the problem:
- Where is this specific problem taking place or occurring?
- What type of business or organization is specifically involved (You can announce the name of the organization, but you can also announce “Company ABC/Company XYZ”)?
- What is the organization profile (Where is this organization located?
- What goods or services does this organization provide?
- What is the organizational structure?
- How many employees?
- How long has the organization been in business?
- Problem Statement (1 slide)
- The benefits and challenges:
- Who benefits from investigating the problem?
- How exactly do they benefit?
- What can get in the way of tackling this problem, issue, or challenge?
- Brief Summary of the key points from the Literature Review section of your proposal (3 to 4 slides)
- What literature was reviewed about the concept?
- Discuss at least three research studies, in detail. The detail will include:
- an explanation of the study participants,
- an explanation of the study context (location, company, industry, and other background detail),
- the research methodology,
- the findings, and
- an overall summary of the literature.