Example Q

# Example Q - Quiz 1 will be made up of numerous parts. Some...

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90 Total to date Points Part 80 Part 1, Take Home due on 7-18-07 5 Part 2, In class on 7-11 5 Part 3, In class on 7-30 0 = Course Average = Final Exam (1/3) = Project (1/3) 0 = Quiz Average (1/3) = Quiz 1 = Quiz 2 = Quiz 3 Quiz 1 will be made up of numerous parts. Some of these may be given unanno or may be done via Blackboard. The major part will be take home.

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Below is a sample for a possible set of check sheet column headings and one observation. 1. Date 2. Day of the Week 3. Time to Complete Task 4. Qualitative Variable 5. Quantitative Variable MGMT524, Process Data Collection Assignment , (This is Quiz 1, part 1, 80 points ) Due Wednesday, July 18 put all information for each section together. (No penalty for blank space on a page) This project provides practical experience in planning for and gathering process data for a prescribed analysis. To manage or improve a process it is important to understand the relationships between variables. Changing the outcomes from a process requires knowing how an outcome variable of interest is related to other variables, including when the observation was recorded. Through collection and analysis of process data for the variables of interest, a researcher can reach conclusions about the existence and nature of any relationships among variables. When relationships exist a manager may be able to improve the outcomes of the process by managing the variables related to it. This project will involve an activity in your daily life. You are to design a data collection process that will provide data that can be used to obtain knowledge of the outcome variable and its relationship to other variables. It is not necessary for you to choose an outcome variable that you want to change. Consider the activities that you do at least once daily during the week. This may be a five-day work week (i.e., Monday through Friday) or a seven-day calendar week. A.

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## This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course MGMT 524 taught by Professor Andrews,r during the Spring '08 term at VCU.

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