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Title of your Paper

Academic Report of Research Process

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Table of Contents
Title of your Paper...................................................................................................... 1
Abstract...................................................................................................................... 3
Purpose................................................................................................................ 3
Methodology........................................................................................................ 3
Findings................................................................................................................ 3
Research limitations/implications.........................................................................3
Practical implications........................................................................................... 3
Originality/value................................................................................................... 3
Introduction................................................................................................................ 4
Research Method........................................................................................................ 5
Add title (your topic)................................................................................................... 6
Dependent Variable (replace with name of variable)..................................................6
Independent Variable...............................................................................................................................6
Independent Variable...............................................................................................................................7
Independent Variable...............................................................................................................................7
Independent Variable...............................................................................................................................7
Discuss Model............................................................................................................. 7
Result and Discussion................................................................................................. 8
Contribution and New Insight..................................................................................... 9
Conclusion.................................................................................................................. 9
References................................................................................................................ 10

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Introduction
REMOVE or REPLACE instructions or comments in [] brackets.

final: 1-2 pages 15-30 references


[add an overview of the entire field example Achrol/Kotler (10+ references)]
[add an overview of the specific area of the field you do research example Achrol/Kotler (10+
references]
[add a paragraph why your research is important find examples in your literature]
There is a lack of research pertaining .

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Research Method
review centric research (LePine & Wilcox-King, 2010)
Recently combining research methods e.g. (Gable, 1994) p. 112 became increasingly important in
particular when pursuing the goal of gaining rich theoretical insights (Dyer & Wilkins, 1991) p. 613.
One form for developing new theoretical insights (LePine & Wilcox-King, 2010) p. 506 is the review
centric research approach in which a researcher reviews existing theory and research (LePine &
Wilcox-King, 2010) p. 506, but the argument can be made that we also can include case study research
findings that are based on the real world observation of practitioners and organizations e.g. (Eisenhardt,
1989), (Dyer & Wilkins, 1991). In the research presented here the focus is on combining the most
important previously established studies and concepts that I have identified in the academic literature
based on which I provide a synthesis that advances our understanding (LePine & Wilcox-King,
2010) p. 507. In this study I identify the most important success factors that help in the current business
or organizational situation to build our goal to accomplish a competitive advantage. My research
approach incorporates the interpretive paradigm in which a rich description of each factor in our current
organization context is established (Dyer & Wilkins, 1991) p. 615.

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Add title (your topic)

Dependent Variable (replace with name of variable)


Discuss variable and 1,2,3 figures

1.

Dependent Variable
(from other articles)

Quote and Reference


(Copy/paste the sentence where you find the dependent variable) and (Endnote
use required!)

Human Genome Regulation


(delete this example)

Once we discover how these underlying processes and mechanisms operate such as
how nature regulates three finger domains, then researchers can identify techniques
to regulate the Human Genome (Bach, 2016) p. xxx.
(Author, year) p. xxx.
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Independent Variable
Discuss variable and 1,2,3 figures

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Independent Variable
Discuss variable and 1,2,3 figures

Independent Variable
Discuss variable and 1,2,3 figures

Independent Variable
Discuss variable and 1,2,3 figures

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Additional Independent Variables


Independent Variable
(taken from the six articles
above)
Independent Variable 1
1.
2.
3.

Quote and Reference


(Copy/paste the sentence where you find the dependent variable) and (Endnote
use required!)
quote (Author, year) p. xxx.
quote (Author, year) p. xxx.
quote (Author, year) p. xxx.

Independent Variable 2
1.
2.
3.

quote (Author, year) p. xxx.


quote (Author, year) p. xxx.
quote (Author, year) p. xxx.
Independent Variable 3

1.
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quote (Author, year) p. xxx.


quote (Author, year) p. xxx.
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Extend Research creating more Models and integrate them into more complex Model(s), Processes,
Frameworks, and Categories.

Figure 2: Models name, purpose and importance. [create your own model]

[add 1-3 pages integrating above paragraphs into a final version]

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Discuss Model

[add 1/2 pages integrating above paragraphs into a final version]

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Result and Discussion

Discuss: model(s), results, findings state and argue your opinion

final: 5--12 pages 15-30 references

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Contribution and New Insight


Importance of Model/New Insight/Contribution/Value/your Opinion, Recommendations, Lessons learned,
etc.

final: 2-3 pages 15-30 references


[this is the most important part of your paper where you explain your research findings, analysis,
conclusions]

Conclusion

final: 1+ pages no references

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References
Dyer, Gibb W. Jr., & Wilkins, Alan L. (1991). Better stories, not better constructs, to
generate better theory: A rejoinder to Eisenhardt. Academy of Management
Review, 16(3), 613-619.
Eisenhardt, Kathleen M. (1989). Building Theories from case study research.
Academy of Management Review, 14(4), 532-550.
Gable, G.G. . (1994). Integrating Case Study and Survey Research Methods: An
Example in Information Systems. European Journal of Information Systems,
3(2), 112-126.
LePine, Jeffery A., & Wilcox-King, Adelaide. (2010). Developing novel theoretical
insight from reviews of existing theory and research. Academy of
Management Review, 35(4), 506-509.

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