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PMN606 Project Investigation

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  1. Demonstrate advanced problem solving, analysis and research design skills through a project in an project management context;
  2. Retrieve and review information at an advanced level from various sources using appropriate strategies and techniques;
  3. Implement the research plan in a systematic, rigorous and ethical way
  4. Demonstrate advanced skills in writing, documentation and presentation of research method and outcomes

This project is an opportunity to develop research skills by undertaking a project of relevance to industry. In addition, it offers you a chance to augment these skills with those that are more workplace-based; the workplace being a context which more often than not requires judgement in the form of what is generally labelled ‘practical reasoning’. Extending the domain of this project in this way also provides an opportunity for connecting aspects of learning in the Master program as a whole and its relationship to your professional development and contribution to organisational learning.

Building upon your knowledge gained throughout Project Investigation 1&2, the Final Research Report will provide a detailed description of the applied research project and its outcomes that address a specific professional and/or theoretical problem. You are required to include the analysis and outcome of the research synthesising this with the information in Assessment Item 1 to produce a report of the project as a whole. This will be a written report structured according to conventional research reporting requirements.

The requirements of the Final Research Report are as follows. Further details of the Assessment requirements will be provided in class and in consultation with your supervisor.

  • Length - The word count is not specified as it is contingent upon the characteristics of the research being conducted and is to be a matter agreed between the Supervisor and the Student. However, as a general guide, this submission should be in the order of 10,000 words.
  • Be professional looking (portrait format only) and logically structured (see below for guidelines on recommended sections in the progress report).
  • Use only font type ‘Time News Roman’ or ‘Arial’ (font size 12pt) and single to 1.5 (maximum) line spacing throughout the body of the report.
  • All margins to be approx. 25mm wide to allow for trimming
  • Page numbers for at least the main body of the text should be continuous.
  • All Figures (charts, diagrams, line drawings) and photographic images should be in original format and be high quality, legible and numbered consecutively. All tables must be typed i.e. not graphic elements.
  • All work must be cited and referenced using QUT Cite APA style and carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency.
  • See QUT CiteWrite for detailed information and examples.
  • Hardcopy submissions to be spiral bound.
  • Before commencing the project report, students should contact his/her supervisor to discuss any additional requirements on presentation.
  • Academic writing - During preparation, students should ensure: 1) the spelling, grammar, punctuation, choice of language and sentence structure is of a high standard and there are no typing errors. It is highly recommend feedback on your academic writing is sought from academic language expert (e.g. one-on-one consultation by QUT Academic Language and Learning Services, Student Support Services)

Depending on the nature of the research, the Final Research Report should contain:

  • Title Page - The front page of the report should show the title in full, the full name and student number of the candidate, the School and Faculty in which the candidate submitted work, and the year in which the project report is submitted.
  • Abstract - The abstract summarises the main findings and demonstrates the research contribution to knowledge.
  • Statement of Original Authorship - A signed statement of original authorship should be made along the following lines and must appear immediately after the front page: "The work contained in this project report has not been previously submitted for a degree or diploma at any other tertiary educational institution. To the best of my knowledge and belief, the project report contains no material previously published or written by another person except where due reference is made.”
  • Table of Contents - This should include the titles of the chapters and their sub-headings, lists of figures and tables, and a list of abbreviations where appropriate.
  • Introduction - Provides context/ background to the research and outlines the research problem, the specific aim and overall research objectives.
  • Literature Review – Provides an up-to-date, comprehensive and critical review of the related literature designed to discuss the significance of the project aims, identify knowledge gaps and address the relationship of the literature to the research project.
  • Methodology – Discusses the methodological issues underpinning the project and the specific methods undertaken for the various parts of the research project. This includes the specific strategy employed for data collection and analysis, ethical considerations; and justification of choices
  • Results and Discussion section(s) - This may take the form of one or more sections detailing the results of analyses undertaken as part of the research and should include relevant tables and figures for best presentation of the data. Additionally it includes discussion/ critical interpretation of results.

Independent scientific thinking/originality

  • Scientific know-how
  • Logic of structure/scientific argumentation
  • Overall presentation including structure, readability and use of references
  • Work process
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