Formulating the Problem Statement

Draft a 150- to 350-word problem statement for the research questions that you generated in Week 4. Consider the research design and research paradigm context for your problem statement.

Use the following questions to inform the development of your problem statement. You are not required to provide direct responses to these questions. •How are leaders in your discipline affected by the problem? •What consequences might these individuals experience if your proposed study is never conducted? •How would a leader's capacity to develop strong policy and practice be limited if findings from your proposed study are not available to help to resolve the problem? •How would the findings from your study help to resolve the problem by clarifying, assisting, recommending or defining?

Format you problem statement consistent with APA guidelines.

Post your problem statement to this week's Problem Statement Peer Review learning activity.

Review the rubric for the Week 8 assignment and assess the following aspects of the problem statement. •How can the problem be resolved with empirical evidence? •How well does the problem statement explain the value to leaders?

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