To explore the impact of Path-Goal Theory on Manufacturing.

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The paper must be between 15-20 pages, in APA formatting, and include an introduction, literature review, methodology of study, and conclusion. The project will be broken into component parts over the semester, and each student will work with the professor in developing the project. Please see the online file submission area for the grading rubric. Define a clear project topic Additionally, we will be exploring key issues three the ‘three lenses’ of biblical worldview in business: Work –  Community –  Stewardship –  Carefully consider the topics that interest you and areas that need further academic exploration. Additionally, be sure to utilize one of the leadership models explained in Leadership: Theory and Practice as a backdrop for your assignment. b. Create a thesis statement c. Identify and execute a research methodology d. Contains a solid literature review 10-15 scholarly sources Now that you know some of the history of your topic (literature review) and you have a solid research question that you’re trying to answer (thesis statement) it is time to work towards actually answering that question. Again, it is important that you are asking a question that is addressable  with the time and constraints of the project. For example, conducting a longitudinal (several weeks, months, or years) study of Fortune 500 leaders would not be addressable for a project of this size because of the timeline and the scale. However, conducting a case study of a small group at your workplace might be! The first step in the answering process is to determine what type of information is needed to answer the question, along with the best method for obtaining that data. This is called the ‘research method’. As you might imagine, there are a number of research methods, and not all will be appropriate for each question. This week you will work on determining the most appropriate method, so you can conduct your data collection over the next few weeks. e. Collect research data Now that you have researched your topic, developed a thesis, determined a methodology, it is time to conduct your research by collecting data. Depending on the methodology selected, you may be conducting survey’s, examining previously collected data, or conducting interviews. Now that you know some of the history of your topic (literature review) and you have a solid research question that you’re trying to answer (thesis statement) it is time to work towards actually answering that question. Over this week and next, collect your data. We will then move to the next phase of data analysis after our data has been collected. After we have data, we must determine what the means and how it informs the question that we’re seeking to answer in our thesis statement. Depending on the research methodology and the data collected, you will have will have to analyze your data in a specific way that fits those two pieces. While it may seem complicated, don’t over think it. If you selected a study that is addressable within the scope of this project, the data shouldn’t be too overwhelming.  I know this is a large and scary project, but it is meant to push you beyond your current level. I know you can do this! f. Solidify a conclusion Grading criteria Format: The format is clean, clear, and effectively adds to communicating the main idea(s) • Paper conforms to APA 6th edition standards; • Free from errors in spelling and grammar No Points 0points Below Expectations 6points Meets Expectations 7points Above Expectations 8points Exceeds Expectations 9points Far Exceeds Expectations 10points Content: All of the main ideas for the assignment are covered in sufficient detail and within the word count limits. • Meets the page/word count minimum & limits; • Includes course material as sources; • Includes relevant outside sources; • Integration of biblical principles; • Applies concepts or personal examples; No Points 0points Below Expectations 18points Meets Expectations 21points Above Expectations 24points Exceeds Expectations 27points Far Exceeds Expectations 30points Analysis: The analysis is crisp, thorough, and demonstrates higher-order thinking (i.e. – analysis, synthesis, critique and evaluation) • Applies concepts or personal examples; • Thoughtful and thorough analysis; • Goes beyond repeating information and develops meaning No Points 0points Below Expectations 24points Meets Expectations 28points Above Expectations 32points Exceeds Expectations 36points Far Exceeds Expectations 40points Biblical Integration: Ideas and concepts are not only examined from the technical perspective, but also from a Scriptural basis. • Correctly applied Scripture and biblical principles; • Integrates scriptural truth throughout the paper No Points 0points Below Expectations 12points Meets Expectations 14points Above Expectations 16points Exceeds Expectations 18points Far Exceeds Expectations 20points