Research project Part II
No matter what type of research is being made, the plan is always needed. A plan can be defined as a set of events that have been thought of as a way to do or accomplish something. The plan must display how the planned process of research will unveil and how it can be embarked on in the agreed completion deadlines. This is one of the most critical tasks for the researchers. Another common part of the project plan development is taking responsibility for risk analysis. The biggest risk would be to fail to complete the plan. This paper will introduce a plan for the business research project for Dunkin Donuts.
Here are the revised questions for Team D.
1. What do you think some problems are with Dunkin Donuts?
2. What problem costs the most for Dunkin Donuts?
3. Give a suggestion that could decrease the cost of this problem in question 2.
4. What can be done to grow the business nationally?
5. Can the expansion cost efficient?
6. Do you think Dunkin Donut afford this expansion?
7. Does Dunkin Donut’s have enough legal representation for lawsuits?
8. Why are investors stopping funding?
9. What would improve participation from investors?
10. Is the environment of Dunkin Donuts great for clients?
A sample design is the method that a researcher uses to obtain sample information from a group. Data collection and safe decision-making rely on an appropriate sample design. Since this is so important, Dunkin Donuts needs to use a well-planned out sampling design, so that it ensures that the right data is received from their target group. The target group will be current Dunkin Donut customer because they are familiar with the business and aware of what they do and do not like about the business. The group can then be broken into smaller sample sizes according to their age or the time of day they come in to the restaurant.
The survey should be simple and short in order to keep the attention of the participants. Ten...