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Usage and Mechanics (16 points): Grammar, Spelling, and Sentence structure. APA Elements (24 points): Attribution, Paraphrasing, and Quotations. Style (8 points): Audience, and Word Choice. In preparation for this particular section, answer the following questions thoroughly and provide justification/support. The more complete and detailed your answers for these questions, the better prepared you are to successfully write your final paper. Please submit your answers as a single 4- to 6-page document as a numbered list; this will ensure you do not inadvertently miss a question. Additionally, please submit a title page and a reference page in proper APA format. What is your research question? What is your hypothesis or hypotheses? What is the null hypothesis? How many participants would you like to use and why? Assignment 2: Final Project: Introduction, Literature Review, and Methods Section Turn in the proposed methods section for your research paper as well as your introduction and literature review. The introduction and literature review should address your research question: why it is important, and how prior research does or does not support your hypothesis, as well as providing a background on what we know about this topic. Please refer to the material on the components of a research paper provided inModule 1 as you work on this document. Your methods section, in addition to covering the subheadings of participants, instruments, and procedure, must include a fourth subheading called ethical issues and note any ethical issues that need to be considered, as well as how they would be handled. Be sure to include a title/cover page and a reference page formatted in APA style.

Acceptable sources include any of the assigned textbooks, the Bible, outside texts, and articles from peer-reviewed journals. Do you believe that managers in a business firm are dependent upon the trust, commitment, and effort of others within the firm? If you believe that managers in a business firm are dependent upon the trust, commitment, and effort of others within the firm, then how do you build that trust, commitment, and effort? In particular, how do you guide the business firm toward a common goal? Can you buy those attitudes and efforts with financial incentives? Have you ever been a member of an organization that had a high degree of trust, commitment, and effort? Did that organization also evidence a large amount of cooperation, innovation, and unification (a feeling that everyone was working toward a common goal)? If so, what was the case? What, in your opinion, made all of that happen?

Have you ever been a member of an organization that had a very low degree of trust, commitment, and effort? Did that organization evidence a very small amount of cooperation, innovation, and unification (where there was nearly no feeling that everyone was working together for a common goal)? If so, what was the cause? There are 4 Discussion Board Forums completed throughout this course. For each forum, you are required to post a thread of at least 350 words. You are also required to post a minimum of 1 reply of at least 250 words to another classmate’s thread. You must incorporate a minimum of 2-3 citations in each reply as well as integrate 1 biblical principle. Acceptable sources include any of the assigned textbooks, the Bible, outside texts, and articles from peer-reviewed journals. Do you believe that managers in a business firm are dependent upon the trust, commitment, and effort of others within the firm?

If you believe that managers in a business firm are dependent upon the trust, commitment, and effort of others within the firm, then how do you build that trust, commitment, and effort? In particular, how do you guide the business firm toward a common goal? Can you buy those attitudes and efforts with financial incentives? Have you ever been a member of an organization that had a high degree of trust, commitment, and effort? Did that organization also evidence a large amount of cooperation, innovation, and unification (a feeling that everyone was working toward a common goal)? If so, what was the case? What, in your opinion, made all of that happen? Have you ever been a member of an organization that had a very low degree of trust, commitment, and effort? Did that organization evidence a very small amount of cooperation, innovation, and unification (where there was nearly no feeling that everyone was working together for a common goal)?