Option #1: Organizational Problem or Opportunity Organizational leaders make decisions every day that affect their organizations and employees. Making informed decisions is an imperative for leaders i
Option #1: Organizational Problem or Opportunity
Organizational leaders make decisions every day that affect their organizations and employees. Making informed decisions is an imperative for leaders if their organizations are to remain viable and sustainable. This Capstone course was designed to integrate and synthesize research with concepts, theories, and skills learned through the CSU-Global Master’s program to address an organizational problem or opportunity. Integration of acquired knowledge is demonstrated by each student in the development and completion of the Capstone Project process. The final Capstone assignment, Capstone Project Report, demonstrates a student’s ability to conduct practical research in support of a decision-making process.
Your Capstone Project must include the following:
- Title Page
- An Executive Summary
- Section I: Organization/Industry Problem or Opportunity
- Section II: Problem or Opportunity Background
- Section III: Investigative Steps
- Section IV: Literature Review
- Section V: Recommendations and Conclusions
- Appendixes, if applicable
Your well-written Capstone project must be 18-35 pages total in length, in addition to title and reference pages. The paper should be formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements (Links to an external site.). You must cite at least 12 scholarly (journal articles from the CSU-Global library) references.
Research Topic: LGBT employee and the function of diversity in the healthcare industry.
Research Proposal: With diversity increasing in the workplace and the population of employees representing in the LGBT community. Many companies are including diversity and inclusion in their workplace being able to recruit future employees from different backgrounds shows more success for companies in the 21st century. The purpose of this study is to see if companies focus on their marketing and vision when hiring future employees of the LGBT community to allow them to be successful as a company.