The Project Report provides you with an opportunity to demonstrate the ability to investigate a topical business and management issue or problem, to collect, analyse and evaluate relevant information, to draw supportable conclusions and make recommendations for change.
Your should demonstrate that you can:
- Prepare a realistic implementation plan for your research
- Understand the principles or theory underpinning the issue or problem that is being investigated
- Identify how to investigate an issue in order to reach a reliable view
- Present data and other information in a clear and logical manner using quantitative or qualitative methods as appropriate
- Critically analyse, interpret and evaluate data and other information
- Develop concise and logical arguments
- Draw relevant and valid conclusions and make recommendations which are appropriate to the issue or problem
Whilst there is no prescribed format for the Project Report, a report should contain:
- An abstract or brief summary
- An introductory section outlining the nature and context of the chosen issue or problem
- A research strategy (explaining how you have approached the task)
- A number of development sections (or findings) and
- A conclusion and recommendations.
Source: Teesside University (Teesside Business School)