Digital Transformation Leadership: Navigating the Next Wave of Technological Disruption.

Proposal title
Write your research proposal first, and your title last. The title should clearly reflect your research aim; think of a few research titles and select the best one that describes your study.
Your title should ideally be between 8 to 16 words.
Summarise the entire study in a single paragraph in a maximum of 250 words including the following:
Opening statement and/or significance of the study
Previous key stream of literature (we do not mean a mini-literature review here. What would you say based on the previous literature considering the overall picture?)
According to the previous literature-related sentences, what is your proposed study? What is the research question? What is the aim of your study?
What is your methodology?
What are the expected outcomes & contributions?
Who can benefit from such a study?
This section should not exceed 1000 words. You need 4 essential paragraphs, but you can include other descriptions as necessary:
What is the overall significance of the study?
What is the key stream of literature (previous studies that are highly relevant to yours – the studies that are very close to your research aim and objectives)
What are the weaknesses of these studies or what is the topic that no one studies? Also, what are the industry/public sector (depending on your field) related needs?
What is your research aim according to the previous literature and industrial needs?
Literature review
This section should not exceed 1000 words. You need to find previous literature from academic and industry-oriented sources. You also need to use Havard 7 referencing style. Write this section with subheadings to categorise the content if possible.
The literature review section has to cover key references that are highly relevant to yours. You should first identify all relevant sources, read, and write them in a narrative fashion.
Remember, you need to critically evaluate the studies and identify areas that others did not study or where there are weaknesses.
Research aim and objectives
This section should not exceed 1000 words. Based on the literature review section, you should write your research aim and objectives.
You should include one research aim and 3-5 research objectives. Research objectives collectively should help you to achieve your research aim. Research aim can be seen as a big goal whereas research objectives can be seen as sub-goals.
Research objectives should be written in a logical sequence starting from what should be done first or what is more generic, and it should lead to a more specific or towards final goals.
This section should not exceed 1000 words. The research methodology section needs to cover research philosophy, research approach, and research methods.
The most important section in the methodology is the research method and you should clearly explain what is your research data (and if possible, explain if you have a strategy to obtain that data), what is your data collection approach, how are you planning to analyse the data? These are some of the questions you need to address.
We suggest the following source for their research onion model, but you can use other references:
Saunders, M., Lewis, P., & Thornhill, A. (2015). Research methods for business students. Pearson education (7th edition).
Expected outcomes and contributions
This section should not exceed 500 words. Once the study is completed, what are the expected research outcomes (what are you planning to find?) and how are you planning to contribute to the field (how your findings will be useful to the relevant stakeholders?).
Research plan and timescale
You can use a Gantt chart to show your plan considering the details such as literature review, methodology, data collection and analysis, and writing up phases.

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