Go to the Shell Scenarios webpage. Once you have navigated to the site, watch the “Shell New Lens Scenarios” video (1:38) found on that page. (If you have trouble locating the video, it can also be found on YouTube.) I found this YouTube link to work best. After watching the video, read the two scenarios, Mountains and Oceans, as well as pp. 22–24 in your textbook. (Mountains and Oceans is a PDF file found on the Shell Scenarios webpage.) Then, in your initial post, consider the following: Which of these scenarios do you think is most likely to occur? Defend your choice by analyzing it in the context of the deep historical forces outlined in the textbook. How does Shell utilize business teams in this process? What advice would you give Shell to prepare for its future to succeed in the face of likely governmental impacts?
The work NUR 513 Week 3 Discussion Questions includes solutions on the following questions:
What nursing theory or
theorist is used in your place of employment, or which one should be used? Why? What is the link between concepts and theories?
How are theories tested?
What is the difference between theory-guided practice and evidence-based practice?
What nursing theory or theorist is used in your place of employment, or which one should be used? Why?
What nursing theory or theorist is used in your place of employment, or which one should be used? Why?What is the link between concepts and theories?How are theories tested?What is the difference between theory-guided practice and evidence-based practice?
Article Academic Procrastination and statistic anxiety Elements of the critique Summary of the article (Discuss what the article is about) Research Topic o What question is the researcher trying to answer? Research Methodology o How did the researcher study the topic? Survey? Experiment? Statistical Analysis? Briefly answer who, what, where, and when, and how. Major Conclusions o What does the author conclude? What recommendations does he make? This section should not be very long, one page at most. Remember that the primary purpose of the critique is not to summarize the paper, but rather, to give an assessment of how well the research was conducted. In-depth critique of the article (Discuss how well the research is conducted) Write a brief paragraph for each of the following listed elements: Purpose o Is the research problem clearly stated? Is it easy to determine what the researcher intends to research? Literature Review o Is the review logically organized? Does it offer a balanced critical analysis of the literature? Is the majority of the literature of recent origin? Is it empirical in nature? Objectives/hypotheses o Has a research question or hypothesis been identified? Is it clearly stated? Is it consistent with discussion in the literature review? Ethical Standards Applied o Were the participants fully informed about the nature of the research? Was confidentiality guaranteed? Were participants protected from harm? Operational Definitions o Are all terms, theories, and concepts used in the study clearly defined? Methodology o Is the research design clearly identified? Has the data gathering instrument been described? Is the instrument appropriate? How was it developed? Were reliability and validity testing undertaken and the results discussed? Was a pilot study undertaken? Data Analysis/Results o What type of data and statistical analysis was undertaken? Was it appropriate? How many of the sample participated? Significance of the findings? Discussion o Are the findings linked back to the literature review? If a hypothesis was identified was it supported? Were the strengths and limitations of the study including generalization discussed? Was a recommendation for further research made? References o Were all the books, journals and other media alluded to in the study accurately referenced? Conclusion o Considering all of the evaluation categories, is the article well or poorly researched? The following online article may be helpful to you. Step-by-step guide to critiquing research. Part 1: quantitative research http://lancashirecare.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/step-by-step-guide-to-criti-research-part-1-quantitative-reseawrch.pdf Layout of your paper and other writing requirements Your final report should be organized in the following format: • Brief summary of article In-depth critique of article Bibliography Follow these additional writing requirements: Submit your paper as a Word document. No PDF files. Double-space Use 12 point Times New Roman font and 1 inch margins Use section headings to identify the different components of your discussion Number all pages after the title page Use APA format for citations and bibliography Do not use quotes from the article, paraphrase Keep the tone formal â€“ write like a researcher. Avoid the use of first person pronouns such as I, we, me, us, etc. Check for spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors Keep your paper to 3-5 pages, not including the title page