Project Management Research 1
Set up a well-thought-out research question that digs into the field of project management. Trawl databases and dig through research literature. Unpack the ethical issues that can arise when developing your research design approach.
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- 31 Aug 2020
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- create a well-defined and justified research question related to a project
- synthesise and critically evaluate the literature as a foundation for a project
- create an appropriate research and study design based on ethical principles.
- Introduction to unit, materials Work plan, dates, and practicalities Overview of research process Research strategies & approaches
- Searching Electronic Data Bases
- Reviewing the Literature and Writing the Literature Review
- Using EndNote bibliography software
- Research Design and Selecting a Study Design
- Constructing an Instrument for Data Collection
- Collecting Data
- Processing and Displaying data
- Working on Assignments
- Feedback, Preparing for PMR2
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
Preparation for individual project to be completed in Project Management Research 2. Students are introduced to the concepts, methods, tools and techniques of research and investigation. Production of research problem, research design and methodology and literature review.
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- Literature Review (70%)
- Project Proposal (10%)
- Preliminary Review (10%)
- Project Design (10%)
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