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Dissertations in Business and Management – a Guide for a Successful Dissertation

By Donna Santos Subscribe to RSS | March 7th 2012 | Views:
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1. Are you in your final year, and a few steps away from your degree?

2. Are you facing the challenge of writing thesis?

3. And you need some suggestions on some really good topics?

This is the article you have been looking for, which will provide you with the outline of your thesis and some topics that will help to successfully accomplish the task of thesis writing!

Every final year student of masters has to face this difficulty of thesis writing. A guideline is provided to the students by the committee, but some students fail to understand it and make proper use of it. So for those students this guide will prove very helpful.

Following is the basic outline of your Leisure management dissertations that you can follow:

1. Title page:

This page contains your topic. Through thorough research and revision, you select a topic of discussion and your research question which becomes the basis of your thesis argument.

2. Abstract:

This is the summary of your literature review. In your abstract you will write all the key points that you have used in your thesis. This is meant for the external users, to give them a brief idea what the thesis is about. It contains everything except the details and the explanations.

3. Introduction:

Here you will give a brief introduction of your topic. You will give reasons for choosing this topic, and also tell them why you were interested in this topic. You will tell which research method you have used with this topic, and why.

4. Body:

This is the lengthiest part of the thesis. In this section you give every detail, and cover every aspect of your topic in very detail. You have to answer all the questions relating to the topic and give evidences for your references.

5. Conclusion:

You will give your own comments and recommendations in this section. You will conclude by stating the results of your investigation, and tell the committee how your thesis was useful to you.

6. Bibliography:

This is the section where you have to make citations of all the information you have used in your investigation and thesis writing.

Now when you have the outline of the thesis, you will need some suggestions on your topic. Here are ten examples of dissertations in business and management topics:

1. To What Degree Is Stock Market Activities Coherent?

2. Establishing And Materializing The Equilibrium Scorecard

3. Educational Issues In Tactical Alliances

4. The Character Of And Rate Of Modification In China's trade Traditions

5. Worldwide Commerce Policy

6. What Makes a Victorious commerce?

7. Presentation Depth Perceptions And Observations In A Supply Chain Context:

A Revision Of Intel Company

8. How Do Sports Car Band Use CRM To Perk Up Client Devotion?

9. Deliberate Information Scheme Preparation In Investment Banks

10. Has Online Shopping Added To A Decline In UK Trade

Conclusion:

Thesis writing is the final step towards master degree. It consists of a few simple steps and understanding of the writing procedure to make a successful thesis.

Donna Santos - About Author:
Donna Santos is a senior research writer and provides help for Dissertations in business and management and Leisure management dissertations.Feel free to contact for any sort of help in this regard.

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