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This is my Final PHD paper so do very carefully and follow instruction

Selected Topic – Sustainable Supply Chain Management for Rosewood Trade

MY Note: I hv attached is the DBA Prospectus Form sample paper and DBA Prospectus Form Template. U can do below all 10 Component in word files, then after i can transfer into the sample Prospectus Form template. If u can transfer in template I would like, but U must be post word file which included below 10 components.

· Sources/Reference should be use latest (Not more than 5 years old). I hv attached some reference sources u can use.

Selected Topic – Sustainable Supply Chain Management for Rosewood Trade

1. Background of the Problem

2. S1 – Problem Statement

3. S1 – Purpose Statement

4. S1 – Nature of the Study

5. S1 – Research Question(s)

6. S1 –  Interview Questions (qualitative)

7. S1 –  Conceptual Framework (qualitative)

8. S1 – Assumptions, Limitations, and Delimitations

9. S1 – Significance of the Study

10. S1 – Review of the Professional and Academic Literature

Some Sources/Reference related reserach topic Sustainable Supply Chain Management for Rosewood Trade

Amadu, M., Ayamga, M., & Mabe, F. N. (2021). Assessing the value of forest resources to RURAL households: A case of forest-fringe communities in the northern region of Ghana. Environmental Development, 37, 100577. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envdev.2020.100577

Abdul-Rahaman, I., Kabanda, J., & Braimah, M. M. (2016). Desertification of THE Savanna: Illegal logging of Rosewood, causes and effects on the people Of KABONWULE, northern region. Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1(3), 48–54. https://doi.org/10.21276/sjhss.2016.1.2.3

William Kwadwo Dumenu (2019) Assessing the impact of felling/export ban and CITES designation on exploitation of African rosewood (Pterocarpus erinaceus), Biological Conservation, Volume 236, Pages 124-133, ISSN 0006-3207, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.05.044

Panigrahi, S.S., Bahinipati, B. and Jain, V. (2019), “Sustainable supply chain management: A review of literature and implications for future research”, Management of Environmental Quality, Vol. 30 No. 5, pp. 1001-1049. https://doi.org/10.1108/MEQ-01-2018-0003

Dumenu, W. K. (2019). Assessing the impact of felling/export ban and Cites designation on exploitation of african Rosewood (PTEROCARPUS erinaceus). Biological Conservation, 236, 124–133. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.05.044

Wildan, M & Pribadi, Firman. (2020). Supply Chain Quality Management (SCQM) Practice and its Impact on Company Operational Performance Achievement. 21. 216-225.
DOI: 10.24818/RMCI.2020.2.216

Ke, Zhang, and Zeng Zhi. “The Trade of Malagasy Rosewood and Ebony in China.” TRAFFIC Bulletin 29, no. 1 (2017): 23.

Tarei, P.K., Thakkar, J.J., & Nag, B. (2020). Benchmarking the relationship between supply chain risk mitigation strategies and practices: An integrated approach. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 27(5), 1683-1715. https://doi.org/10.1108/BIJ-12-2019-0523

Flynn, B. B., Koufteros, X., & Lu, G. (2016). On theory in supply chain uncertainty and its implications for supply chain integration. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 52(3), 3-27. https://doi.org/10.1111/jscm.12106

Pananond, P., Gereffi, G., & Pedersen, T. (2020). An integrative typology of global strategy and global value chains: The management and organization of cross-border activities. Global Strategy Journal, 10(3), 421–443. https://doi.org/10.1002/gsj.1388

Final Paper (due in 3 days)/DBAProspectusForm_Templete 2022.docx

DBA Prospectus Form

Students | Complete your doctoral
prospectus within this form. You can click on section headings for descriptions, resource links, and examples located in the Appendix. For additional prospectus information and resources, refer to the Doctoral Degree Coach. Complete the Research Design Alignment Table within this form using the information from earlier components of the prospectus and self-assess your research design alignment. When your committee chair indicates that you are ready to do so, submit this completed form into MyDR using the required file naming format for formal evaluation and feedback.

Student’s Name | Click or tap here to enter text. Student ID | Click or tap here to enter text.

Program and Specialization* | Click or tap here to enter text. Submission Date | Click arrow to select a date.

*Remember that your study focus must be within the realm of your program.


Evaluators Only | Complete this section and provide feedback on responses and rubric scores in the form where noted.

Committee Chairperson Name: Click or tap here to enter text. Overall Assessment: Choose score.

Second Committee Member Name: Click or tap here to enter text. Overall Assessment: Choose score.

DBA Program Director: Click or tap here to enter text. Overall Assessment: Choose score.


Title

In 12 words or fewer, what is the working title for this study?

Replace this text with your title.

Supporting Literature

The first step in developing your prospectus is to search the literature related to the general area you want to investigate (see social problem below). In your review of recent, empirical literature, what keywords did you search and in what databases?

The keywords and databases searched included Replace this text with your response.

Provide at least 10 brief summaries of recent, scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles or government publications that support/justify a current and relevant business problem in your discipline or professional field (dissertations and doctoral studies are not peer-reviewed). Source(s) supporting your framework should be included. Include the complete, APA reference entry followed by (a) an in-text citation, (b) what they studied, (c) what they found, and (d) why this is important in relation to your study. This evidence provides the justification for your research problem. NOTE: The studies you choose should be particularly relevant to your topic, rather than general, so that you are able to provide support for your specific problem. Several should address the conceptual framework.

Replace this text with your summaries.

Rubric Standard | Justified >
Is evidence presented that this problem is significant to the discipline and/or professional field? The prospectus should provide relevant statistics and evidence, document table discrepancies, and other scholarly facts that point to the significance and urgency of the problem.

Problem


What is the general business problem that prompted you to search the literature to find out more? Write in complete sentences using a scholarly tone.


The general business problem that prompted me to search the literature is Replace this text with your response.

Now that you have read and summarized recent literature, what meaningful specific business problem have you identified that your study will address? (What is still not known?)


In one sentence, the specific business problem is Replace this text with your response.

Rubric Standard | Meaningful >
Has a meaningful business problem in the research literature been identified? In other words, is addressing this problem the logical next step, given the previous exploratory and confirmatory research (or lack thereof) on this topic? It is not acceptable to simply replicate previous research.

Rubric Standard | Original >
Does this project have potential to make an original contribution? The problem must be an authentic “puzzle” that needs solving, not merely a topic that the researcher finds interesting. Addressing the problem should result in an original contribution to the field or discipline.

Purpose

To address your stated research problem, what is the purpose of your study? Will you describe, compare, explore, examine, etc.? Complete the purpose sentence below and be sure to clarify your variables/concepts of interest.

The purpose of this Choose method Replace this text with your design study is to Replace this text with your response.

Framework (Conceptual or Theoretical)

What theory(ies) and/or concept(s) support (frame) your study and who are the original authors? Provide an in-text citation with your response, and the complete APA citation with summary in the Background section.

The theory(ies) and/or concept(s) that ground this study include Replace this text with your response.

How do these theory(ies) and/or concept(s) relate to your research problem, purpose, and the nature of your study?

The logical connections between the framework presented and the nature of my study include Replace this text with your response.

Rubric Standard | Grounded >
Is the problem framed to enable the researcher to either build upon or counter the previously published findings on the topic? For most fields, grounding involves articulating the problem within the context of a theoretical base or conceptual framework. Although many approaches can ground a study in the scientific literature, the essential requirement is that the problem is framed such that the new findings will have implications for the previous findings.

Research Question(s) and Hypotheses (if applicable)

List the question that will be used to address the research problem. Your question must align with your study purpose and include the variables and/or concepts and how they will be examined and/or explored.


Replace this text with your research question(s) and hypotheses (if applicable).

Nature of the Study

What systematic approach/method and research design do you plan to use to address your research question(s)?


To address the research questions in this Choose method study, the specific research design will be Replace this text with your response.

This approach is appropriate for this study because Replace this text with your response.

For your planned research design, what type(s) of data will you need and what data collection tools and sources will provide it?

For my planned research design, I will need Replace this text with your response.

What limitations, challenges, and/or barriers might you need to address while conducting this study (e.g., access to participants, access to data, separation of roles or other ethical considerations, instrumentation fees, etc.)?


Replace this text with your response.

Rubric Standard | Feasible >
Can a systematic method of inquiry be used to address the problem? The tentative methodology demonstrates that the researcher has considered the options for inquiry and has selected an approach that has potential to address the problem.

Significance

How will your study address the meaningful, discipline-specific issue that you identified and therefore contribute to your field, discipline, professional practice, etc. contributing to positive social change?

This study is significant in that Replace this text with your response.

Rubric Standard | Impact >
Does this project have potential to affect positive social change? As described in the significance section, the anticipated findings have potential to support the mission of Walden University to promote positive social change.

Rubric Standard | Objective >
Is the topic approached in an objective manner? The framing of the problem should not reveal bias or present a foregone conclusion. Even if the researcher has a strong opinion on the expected findings, the researcher must maximize scholarly objectivity by framing the problem in the context of a systematic inquiry that permits multiple possible conclusions.

Partner Site Masking Self-Check

Walden capstones typically mask the identity of the partner organizations. The methodological and ethical reasons for this practice as well as criteria for exceptions are outlined here (link to posted guidance).

? Check here to confirm that you will mask the identity of the organizations in the final capstone that you publish in ProQuest.

? If you perceive that your partner organizations identity would be impossible to mask or if there is a strong rationale for naming the organization(s) in your capstone, please check this box so that your Program Director can review your request for an exception. If granted, that exception must be confirmed by the IRB during the ethics review process. The IRB will also ensure that your consent form(s) and/or site agreement(s) permit naming the organization(s).








Research Design Alignment Table | Using an alignment table can assist with ensuring the alignment of your research design.



Research Design Alignment Table Video Tutorial (YouTube) | Doctoral Research Design Alignment Appointments or Office Hours


Note
. At prospectus stage, not all items in the table below can be identified (e.g., data points, data analysis). Please complete the items that you have identified in this prospectus form. During proposal development, you will revisit this form to augment or adjust, as needed, and finalize your research design.

Research Problem, Purpose, and Framework

Provide one sentence for each. These must align with all rows.

Research Question(s), Method, & Design

List one or more RQs, as needed; select method; identify design. Use a separate form for additional RQs.

Data Collection Tools & Data Sources

List the instrument(s) and/or participant characteristics, artifacts, or records that will provide the data for each RQ.

Data Points (Quantitative)

List the variables, scales, etc. that will be used for each RQ.

Data Analysis

Briefly describe the statistical or qualitative analysis that will address each RQ.

Problem: Replace text with response.

Purpose: Replace text with response.

Framework: Replace text with response.

RQ1: Replace text with response.

Method: Choose method

Design: Replace text with response.

Replace text with response.

Replace text with response.

Replace text with response.

Note. The information in the first column must align with all rows, and each individual RQ row must show alignment across the columns for that row.

Once your Research Design Alignment Table is completed, reflect on your design alignment. Ask yourself:

1. Is there a logical progression from the research problem to the purpose of the study?

2. Does the identified framework ground the investigation into the stated problem?

3. Do the problem, purpose, and framework in the left-hand column align with the RQ(s) (all rows)?

4. Does each RQ address the problem and align with the purpose of the study?

5. Does the information across each individual row match/align with the RQ listed for that row?

· By row, will the variables listed address the RQ? *quantitative only

· By row, will the analysis address the RQ?

· By row, can the analysis be completed with the data that will be collected?

Rubric Standard | Aligned >
Do the various aspects of the prospectus align overall? The nature of the study should align with the problem, research questions, and tentative approaches to inquiry.





Appendix




The Doctoral Prospectus

The
Doctoral Prospectus

is a brief document that provides preliminary information about your doctoral research and is used in two ways:

· It serves as the tentative
plan for developing the proposal
and is evaluated to ensure doctoral-level work (e.g., feasibility, alignment, etc.).

· It provides information used to assign the committee University Research Reviewer.

Prospectus approval from the committee chair, second committee member, and a program-level designee is required for you to move forward and work on your proposal. The plan is subject to change, and parts of your research design may need to be adjusted after you complete your exhaustive review of the literature during proposal development.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

Title

Quantitative (QN) Example

Relationship Between Transformational Leadership and Employee Turnover

Qualitative (QL) Example

Disruptive Innovation Within the Legal Services Ecosystem

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

Supporting Literature

Probably the most important step in the research process is

searching recent, peer-reviewed literature

(government publications acceptable as well) and reading articles related to the general area you want to investigate. The area is based on an identified
business


problem
. As you read and learn, you will narrow your focus. This is how you will identify a discipline-specific research problem.

First, you’ll need to determine your search terms or
keywords

and the
databases
you should search. As you conduct your search of the literature, stay organized by keeping a
search log
.

Search Log Example

Database

Search Terms

Results

Notes

Thoreau

online doctoral program completion; limited to peer reviewed, 2019-present

1175

Search too broad; Narrow by using multiple terms

Thoreau

online doctoral program completion AND ABD; limited to peer reviewed, 2019-present

13

Much better; Several relevant articles found

Education Source

Etc.

Example for this Form

The keywords and databases searched included innovation, employee turnover, ACM, IEEE, ERIC, and SAGE Journals, as well as in a Thoreau multidatabase search.

As you
read and evaluate literature
, you also need to organize your research. A
literature review matrix
is one way to help you visualize what has and hasn’t been done in your field. It will help you understand the scholarly works related to your area of interest. The importance of organizing and recording your review of literature cannot be overstated. You will refer to your notes as you write, so start on the right track from the beginning!

[Suggestion: If you keep your search log in an excel workbook, use the second tab in the same workbook for your literature review matrix.]

For this prospectus form, include the complete, APA reference entry and (a) an in-text citation, (b) what they studied, (c) what they found, and (d) why this is important in relation to your study. This evidence provides the justification for your research problem. These sources provide
justification
that this problem is meaningful to the discipline or professional field. These references should ideally be from the past 5 years. Citation(s) related to the framework should be included here, too. [Note: These are short summaries. During proposal development, you will conduct an
exhaustive
review and
synthesize
your sources, rather than summarize.]

Examples

Giroud, X., & Mueller, H. M. (2017). Firm leverage, consumer demand, and employment losses during the great recession. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 132(1), 271-316. https://doi.org/10.1093/qje/qjw035

Following the economic downturn of 2008, law firm leaders in the United States experienced increased external pressure to improve operational efficiency through technology adoption (Giroud & Mueller, 2017).

Rubric Standard | Justified >
Is


evidence


presented that this problem is significant to the discipline and/or professional field?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………


Problem



The situation or issue being experienced by a population or within your discipline that prompted you to search the literature to find out more is sometimes called a business problem. It is the issue that students see “on the ground” so to speak. The business problem is often what prompts students to think about a topic of interest. Usually such a topic is one that students identify with, sometimes having personally experienced some aspect of the problem as it exists in the world.

QN Example

The general business problem that prompted me to search the literature is some law firm leaders in the United States fail to successfully address the potentially negative systems effects of disruptive technology (DT), such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), to their firms, resulting in a loss of competitive advantage.

QL Example

The general business problem is employee turnover intention has a negative impact on information technology’s budget.








Business


Problem

A business problem is a focused topic of concern, a condition to be improved upon, or troubling question that is supported in scholarly literature or theory that you study to understand in more detail, and that can lead to recommendations for resolutions. It is the business problem that drives the rest of the doctoral work: the business problem, purpose, and the research questions must align.


QN Example




In one sentence, the specific business problem is: Some information technology (IT) leaders do not know the relationship between IT employee perceptions of their leaders’ transformation leadership characteristics and employee turnover intention.

QL Example

In one sentence, the specific business problem is:
Some law firm leaders in the United States lack strategies to address the potentially negative systems effects of DT, such as AI and ML, on their organizations.

Rubric Standard | Meaningful >
Has a meaningful problem or gap in the research literature been identified?

Rubric Standard | Original >
Does this project have potential to make an original contribution?


…………………………………………………………………………………………………

Purpose

To address your stated research problem, what is the purpose of your study? Will you describe, compare, explore, examine, etc.? Be sure to clarify your variables/concepts of interest. For example:

· In quantitative studies, state what needs be studied by describing two or more factors (variables) and a conjectured relationship among them related to the identified gap or problem.

· In qualitative studies, describe the need for increased understanding about the issue to be studied, based on the identified gap or problem.

· In mixed-methods studies, with both quantitative and qualitative aspects, clarify how the two approaches will be used together to inform the study.

QN Example


The purpose of this quantitative correlational study is to examine the relationship between IT employee perceptions of their leaders’ transformation leadership characteristics and employee turnover intention.

QL Example

The purpose of this qualitative case study is to explore strategies that law firm leaders in the United States use to successfully address the potentially negative influences of DT, such as AI and ML, on their organizations.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

Framework

The framework includes the
theories and/or concepts
relevant to your topic. A theoretical (for quantitative studies) or conceptual (for qualitative studies) framework offers a systematic view of a phenomenon. In other words, the framework provides a lens through which to view a phenomenon. Align the framework with the problem, purpose, research questions, and background of your study. This theoretical or conceptual framework is the basis for understanding, designing, and determining ways to investigate your research question (data collection and analysis). Provide the original scholarly literature (citing original authors) of the theory and/or concepts, even if it is more than 5 years old. Please do not cite secondary sources.

Example Theoretical Framework

The theories and/or concepts that ground this study include the transformational leadership theory, a framework based upon the premise that leaders are able to inspire followers to change expectations, perceptions, and motivations to work toward common goals (Burns, 1978).

Example Conceptual Framework

The theories and/or concepts that ground this study include the systems approach to management, a framework designed to guide practitioners to optimize decision-making within the organization (Laszlo, 1975).

Next, explain how these theories and/or concepts relate to your research problem, purpose, and the nature of your study. Your topic/approach should align with the identified framework so that you will either build upon or counter the previously published findings on the topic.

Example Connection for the Theoretical Framework

The logical connections between the framework presented and my study approach include facilitating, examining, and understanding the relationship between IT employee perceptions of their leaders’ transformation leadership characteristics and employee turnover intention through the lens of the transformational leadership theory.

Example Connection for the Conceptual Framework

The potential logical connections between the framework presented and my study approach is expected to enable the researcher to identify, explore, and understand participants’ means for identifying and understanding the core concepts of systems approach to management is expected to allow the researcher to adequately explore participants’ perceptions and strategies related to creating goals to address potential disruption from technologies, such as AI and ML.

Rubric Standard | Grounded >
Is the problem framed to enable the researcher to either build upon or counter the previously published findings on the topic?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

Research Question(s) and Hypotheses (if applicable)

List the overarching
question and/or a series of related questions
that are informed by the study purpose, that will be used to address the research problem. A research question informs the research design by providing a foundation for:

· generation of null and alternative hypotheses in quantitative studies,

· questions necessary and sufficient to identify the strategies and processes the participants used to address their Specific Business Problem. for qualitative studies, and

· a process by which different methods will work together in mixed-methods studies.

QN Example

In one sentence, the research question is: What is the relationship between employee perception of their leaders’ (a) idealized attributes, (b) idealized behaviors, (c) intellectual stimulation, (d) inspirational motivation, (e) individualized consideration, and employee turnover intention?

Correlation

Null Hypothesis (H0): There is no statistically significant relationship between employee perception of their leaders’ (a) idealized attributes, (b) idealized behaviors, (c) intellectual stimulation, (d) inspirational motivation, (e) individualized consideration, and employee turnover intention.

Alternative Hypothesis (H1): There is a statistically significant relationship between employee perception of their leaders’ (a) idealized attributes, (b) idealized behaviors, (c) intellectual stimulation,