The process of developing your Problem Statement has been (and will continue to be) an iterative process. By practicing the art of self-reflection, your doctoral studies will ultimately benefit, as you will continue to revise and reflect throughout your work in the DBA program.
This Discussion has two parts:
Part A: In light of your problem statement and your current skill and knowledge areas, what skill and knowledge development do you need to undertake in order to extend your expertise in the areas of strategy and innovation? What research methods and strategic analysis approaches might be useful for your interests?
Part B: Senge, on page 343 of The Necessary Revolution, describes the power of developing a â€œportfolio of visionsâ€ for an organization. Following his general logic, develop a â€œportfolio of visionsâ€ for you, as a person in the world. Include a vision that relates to your goal of obtaining your Doctorate in Business Administration, but go beyond that, and create a robust portfolio that you might use now, and in the future.
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