Receiving peer review feedback is very valuable to achieving learning outcomes. Essentially, “peer review” is an academic term for quality control. Articles published in a peer-reviewed journal are closely examined by a panel of reviewers who are experts on the article’s topic, thereby ensuring accurate content and scholarly integrity. For this Discussion, you and your colleagues will conduct peer reviews of your respective Problem Statements.
To prepare for this Discussion, review the criteria for evaluating a business problem statement located on page 13 of the DBA Prospectus Guide, as well as Section 1.3 in the Doctoral Study Rubric and Research Handbook, provided in this week’s Required Readings. Consider how the choice of quantitative or qualitative research methodology does or does not impact specific evaluation criteria.
By Day 3
Post a draft of your revised Problem Statement. Your draft should include the following:
- One quantitative Problem Statement, based on the draft Problem Statement you submitted in Week 8 of DDBA 8161
- One qualitative Problem Statement, based on the draft Problem Statement you submitted in Week 8 of DDBA 8161
Refer to the Week 4 Discussion Rubric for specific grading elements and criteria. Your Instructor will use this rubric to assess your work.
Read a selection of your colleagues’ postings.