Try to imagine what will they perceive to be important emissions something that should be in the thesis (the second reader is a professor that has expertise in Strategy).
1, these two tables are examples for the literature review part.
Relevant theories – Kolb/HILL/CoI
2, Questions: Except for basic questions, I am concerned below two category questions.
Reflective questions: make PPT to initiatively introduce the ideas, for instance, using slides for answering reflective questions.
· If you were to perform, this research study all over what would you do differently?
· If you could choose a different research methodological approach to investigate your RQ, which research methodology would you choose and why?
· Instead of X, had you done Y, what do you think would be different in your findings? (are you able to advise what X they are going to ask? )
· If you are an assessor of this research, what would you consider to be the most problematic issue concerning this study?
try to imagine what will they perceive to be important emissions something that should be in the thesis (the second reader is a professor that has expertise in Strategy). Furthermore, checking the previous comments from my supervisor and follow up on his logic: recommendations from conclusions, conclusions are based on data analysis, analysis based on conceptual work to generate what missing parts could be.
Try to give a more clear presentation to avoid challenging questions.
Please try to write something formulation for me to answer this kind of question or make PPT to initiatively introduce the ideas, for instance, using slides for answering to the second bullet point 2) and reflective questions.
1) In your practical implications, you suggest GWM should do MFR, because that would aid organizational sustainability and productivity, I would like to challenge you to give more details as to how organizations can implement X? (formulation answers a few of sentences, not need a slide but in your speech note. )
2) Let me point out to you that the theory you used to conceptualize your model/or this scale you used to measure this variable is now considered outdated, obsolete, and unreliable, based on the recent research finds of so and so, this seriously undermines the value of your research, your response, please. (make PPT to initiatively introduce the ideas, for instance, using slides for explaining to this questions ).
3, FYI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2D0OTVFk-w&t=84s
This link includes defense questions for your info, I believe your PPT will include most of them as those answers are in the thesis, but need to present them in a logical way.
Try to find the solution within the requirements (FYI: 15 minutes presentations, and 30 minutes of discussion) for this order.
4, At the last, I prefer simple and clear slides with some tables and graphs, of course, or bullet points.
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