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Discuss with your team whether you have data from RES/351, and if
your team would like to use one team member’s data for the Learning
Team assignments in this course.


If using data from RES/351:


Resources: Data collected from RES/351


Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word written report along with a 5- to 7-slide
Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation for the senior management team or
stakeholders of your RES/351 research project to present your findings.


Address the following:
   Present the chosen situation as an overview—problem, purpose,
    research questions, and hypotheses.

   Describe and the instrument used for data collection.

   Identify types of data—quantitative, quantitative, or both—and
    how the data is collected.

   Identify the level of measurement for each of the variables
    involved in the study.

   Code the data if you have not done so. Describe how the data is
    coded and evaluate the procedure used.

   Clean the data by eliminating the data input errors made.

   Draw conclusions about appropriateness of data to meet the
    purpose of the study.


If you decide not to use your own data, you can use the Ballard
Integrated Managed Services, Inc., case study overview:


Resources: University of Phoenix Material: Ballard Integrated Managed
Services, Inc., Part 1


Review the Ballard Integrated Managed Services, Inc. (BIMS) case
study overview.
Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word written report along with a 5- to 7-slide
Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation for the senior management team to
present your findings (see Exhibit D for the data set of the second
survey).


Address the following:


   Present the BIMS situation as an overview—problem, purpose,
    research questions, and hypotheses.

   Describe the instrument used for data collection.

   Identify types of data collected—quantitative, qualitative, or
    both—and how the data is collected.

   Identify the level of measurement for each of the variables
    involved in the study.

   Code the data if you have not done so. Describe how the data is
    coded and evaluate the procedure used.

   Clean the data by eliminating the data input errors made.

   Draw conclusions about appropriateness of data to meet the
    purpose of the study.


   Note. As consultants to BIMS, your Learning Team is expected to
prepare and deliver a professional product addressing the client's needs.

								
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