The main purpose of the research is to identify human resources as a competitive advantage in the new millennium. Here the author has used a desk study based on which it has been found based on the case…
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Here the authors have used a quantitative research for the study and a total of around 300 responses have been got for the research. The focus has been on the Indian organisations.
The findings clearly show a major link and co relationship between human resource capabilities and the organisational performance. The researcher however has been able to effectively gain responses and the findings are relatively more reliable and valid as compared to the previous research.
In the second stage the incomplete questionnaires of the first stage were resent and an attempt to get the responses was made. This sampling method is not very clear and although the authors explain that the research included the two stages, the second stage does not seem to be complete and requires more attention for better sampling.
The data collection method here in this paper is based on case studies and on secondary data. There has not been any clear data collection for the research which causes the biggest drawback here. Although secondary research can prove to be very effective in other researches, here in this case with the aims and objectives of the research, the method is not an efficient manner and needs changes.
Analysis has been conducted based on the secondary data found. This however cannot be recognised to be most effective manner as it merely relies on views and research data of other authors and does not contribute to the field of study as effectively as it could have. Here the analysis is merely rephrasing of the views of the other researchers (Saunders, Lewis & Thornhill, 2000)
This research paper focuses on an effective data collection method for the paper. The authors have carefully planned and picked their research methods and the method adopted here allows the researcher to gain the answers to the objectives (Sekaran, 2000). However there is major scope for improvement here and the research can be proved to be much more effective if the data collection
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“Leadership demands the expression of an authentic self” (Goffee and Jones 2005 87) but it should be done adequately because it is noted that people with the latter method tend to make the work for “efficient, powerful and punctual” (Nohria et al 2008 84).
LIMITATIONS OF THE RESEARCH 6 Appendix 1: Research Onion Appendix 2: Learning Style Assessment Appendix 3: Building Blocks of Deductive Approach Appendix 4: Project Plan Appendix 5: Market Research Society Principles Appendix 6: Philosophy Table Appendix 7: Research Ethics Form Appendix 8: Participant Information Sheet Appendix 9: Consent Form 1.
Author: Kim Hyun Sook Journal of Text name: Asian-EFL-Journal Chapter or Article title: The types of speaking assessment tasks used by Korean Junior Secondary school English teachers Date of publication: 2003 Abstract: This qualitative research conducted by Kim Hyun Sook was directed at determining the tasks of speaking assessment employed by ten English teachers of Korean Junior Secondary School and the way those tasks were administered along with the classroom specific barriers that hinder effective assessment of speaking.
In the later periods, with greater participation of the newspaper publications in the political, social, and even military conflicts gave rise to the power held by newspapers as a ‘food for thought’ to the critiques worldwide. In the words of Van Dijk (1995), “Media power is generally symbolic and persuasive, in the sense that the media primarily have the potential to control to some extent the minds of readers or viewers, but not directly their actions”.
The main purpose of critical review of literature is to develop a good understnding and insight into relevant previous research and the trend that have emerged.1
Critical Review is the foundation on which a research is build. There are various approaches to critical reviews: Deductive approach - In this approach we develop a theoretical and conceptual framework.