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Psc 495 Week 1 Problem Solution

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PSC 495 Week 1 Problem Solution
PSC 495 Week 1 Problem Solution

Week 1 Problem Statement
The purpose of this assignment is to identify an organizational problem to solve within your current workplace or industry and construct a problem statement that can be used as the basis for an action research project.
For this assignment, the first step is to identify an organizational problem to solve within your current workplace or industry. This is an opportunity for you to apply your learning while addressing a real-world problem.
Part of completing an action research project is clearly identifying and stating the organizational problem that needs to be resolved through the use of a problem statement. The problem statement must clearly articulate the single goal of the action research project. Use what you have learned in the Topic Materials to construct a problem statement for your action research project. Read and complete the “Writing a Problem Statement” handout to construct your problem statement. Submit the completed handout to your instructor.
Your problem statement will eventually become part of your final business proposal that will be submitted in Topic 8.
APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

Writing a Problem Statement
When writing a problem statement, it is important to clearly identify and state the organizational problem that needs to be resolved. To articulate this information clearly, the following pieces can be used as building blocks for the statement.
Original problem or focus question Restate the initial problem that launched the inquiry process, or rewrite the focus question or one of the clarifying questions as a statement.
Stakeholders who are most affected by the problem Identify who is most directly impacted by this problem. Alternately, who would benefit the most if this problem were resolved?
Type of problem For example, is the...


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