This essay focuses on Continuation of Comprehensive Exam Prep Study Guide.Looking ahead in your Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program, the final step in the course sequence is a comprehensive exam.
Looking ahead in your Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program, the final step in the course sequence is a comprehensive exam. Students must successfully pass the comprehensive exam before moving on to the dissertation phase. Your preparation for the comprehensive exam should have already started via your study in previous courses, self-documentation of your learning, and completion of the reflection journals with your mentor.
In MGT7115 Week 3, you completed an assignment related to the development of a Comprehensive Exam Prep (CEP) Study Guide. (If you are a student who has not taken MGT7115, see supplemental instructions below.) For the Week 4 paper, you will add to this CEP Study Guide.
You are to provide an annotated outline that:
· Provides at least two more core topics for each of the three broad categories you previously developed (e.g.: individual, group/team, and organizational/environmental). This means you will be providing a minimum of six additional core topics within your Study Guide. With the five already completed in MGT7115, your Study Guide should now have a minimum of seven core topics in each category or twenty-one in total.
You may have more than seven topics for each category (and eventually you will in your preparation for the exam!) but the minimum for this assignment is two additional topics for each of your categories. For this assignment, be sure to designate which topics are new additions.
It is recommended, when you have a chance, to build on this guide for your exam preparation.
Sample Structure (using one subtopic in each category):
First Category (e.g., Individual Level of Analysis)
Firstly, Topic 1:
Secondly, Brief definition, description, and overview (2–3 sentences)
Thirdly, Key resource :
Finally, APA formatted reference
Summary of key insights about the topic from the source
Brief definition, description, and overview (2–3 sentences)
Key resource :
§ APA formatted reference