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pmon Started The Discussion:

Hallo senoirs , i m doing MBA-4th sem
i hav just submitted my dissertation project report on EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION . Now i need to prepare for the final -presentation on dis topic.
So can u tell me hw can i prepare for dis presentation bcoz external would b asking lot of questions...n i dont know what type of questions he can ask....
plz help- its urgent:)

nashbramhall - Senior Member
Hello,
Have you sent me your final copy of the dissertation? As an external examiner, I would be looking at your dissertaion's structure, how you have gone about the literature survey, look at methodology and ask questions on why you chose to do that way; then look at how you have analysed the data, and then ask what you know about validity, reliability and triangulation concepts; finally look at how sound your conclusions and recommendations are (whether you have included cost and time considerations). I may even ask you what you would do differently, if given another chance and more time, to see if you have reflected on the process of doing research and writing it up.

Have a nice weekend.
Simhan

pmon - Contributing Member
hallo seniors .....here - only Simhan sir has replied to my question........dont u all have ne reply to my question?
You all r expert in HR industry,- for the time being plz think as if u r given an invitation to visit an MBA institution as an external- in that case what questions would u ask on my project topic?
plz put urdself in the shoes of the external n help me.....

nashbramhall - Senior Member
Even HR experts cannot answer your question unless they see your project. It will be like "shooting in the dark" otherwise. Best wishes Simhan

Piya Sahu - 
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Hello,
Have you sent me your final copy of the dissertation? As an external examiner, I would be looking at your dissertaion's structure, how you have gone about the literature survey, look at methodology and ask questions on why you chose to do that way; then look at how you have analysed the data, and then ask what you know about validity, reliability and triangulation concepts; finally look at how sound your conclusions and recommendations are (whether you have included cost and time considerations). I may even ask you what you would do differently, if given another chance and more time, to see if you have reflected on the process of doing research and writing it up.

Have a nice weekend.
Simhan
I am doing a project on Employee Engagement Survey. Can I have some inputs on How to analyse the survey in a better way. As I have seen your earlier post, how one can measure validity, reliability and triangulation through a survey. Kindly guide me.

Thanks

nashbramhall - Senior Member
Dear Piya,

These should have been covered in your Research Methodology module; if not kindly see http://www.woodhillpark.com/attachme...angulation.pdf Also please refer to my ppt presentation on Research Methodology at CiteHR.

You can find more links at Google

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