MGMT 650 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making Assignment

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Assignment Article (Click on the article for your assignment and follow the instructionsbelow) is not a group project and it must be done independently.Read through this outline carefully. When your instructor grades your submission, they will belooking to see if you followed the provided format: you can lose points if you do not. If you haveany questions about what to do or need interpretation of the instructions, please post them in theQuestions breakout room so that all students can benefit from the information.Mastery of statistics involves not only the ability to generate sound statistical data, but also theability to critically evaluate the statistical analysis of others. The latter is the focus of the CriticalReview assignment in MGMT 650. A review, or critique, is not a summary or a simple retellingof the major findings in a research article. It is much more. It assesses how well the researchercarries out the required steps in the research process.Elements of the critiqueSummary of the article (Discuss what the article is about)Research TopicoWhat question is the researcher trying to answer?Research MethodologyoHow did the researcher study the topic? Survey? Experiment? StatisticalAnalysis?oBriefly answer who, what, where, and when, and how.Major ConclusionsoWhat does the author conclude?oWhat recommendations does he make?This section should not be very long, about one page at most. Remember that the primarypurpose of the critique is not to summarize the paper, but rather, to give an assessment of howwell the research was conducted.In-depth critique of the article(Discuss how well the research is conducted)Write a brief paragraph for each of the following listed elements:PurposeoIs the research problem clearly stated? Is it easy to determine what the researcherintends to research?Literature ReviewoIs the review logically organized?oDoes it offer a balanced critical analysis of the literature?oIs the majority of the literature of recent origin?
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