Explain how industry trends influence change

• Develop a long-term and a short-term plan for yourself using what you have learned about yourself through the SWOT analysis and environmental scan you completed.

Introduction

Note: Developing a strategic plan requires specific steps that need to be executed in a sequence. The assessments in this course are presented in order and should be completed in sequence.

In business, having a plan is a critical element for growth and expansion. However, successful businesses do more than simply plan to earn millions within the next five years; they develop detailed plans that have realistic goals. Typically, these plans include both long-term plans and short-term plans.

Developing your personal long- and short-term plan can help you chart the road to your own success. A well-prepared plan can help you focus your professional efforts, identify resources to help you achieve your goals, prioritize the actions you need to take, and anticipate obstacles.

Competencies Measured

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies:

• Competency 1: Create organizational value. o Describe long-term professional objectives.• Competency 2: Participate collaboratively and respectfully. o Describe the human resources available to achieve long-term objectives.• Competency 3: Communicate effectively. o Write coherently to support a central idea in appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.• Competency 4: Plan strategically. o Explain a short-term plan to achieve long-term objectives.• Competency 5: Employ high-performance business management techniques. o Explain how industry trends influence change.• Competency 6: Solve problems within professional standards. o Describe the skills necessary to achieve long-term professional objectives.o Describe strategies to overcome obstacles to long-term objectives.• Competency 7: Use appropriate financial models and principles. o Describe long-term financial objectives.o Describe financial resources available to achieve long-term objectives.

Note: Developing a strategic plan requires specific steps that need to be executed in a sequence. The assessments in this course are presented in order and should be completed in sequence.

Success in any endeavor requires focus, long-term planning, and effort. Most long-term objectives require short-term achievements.

Use what you have learned about yourself through the SWOT analysis and environmental scan you completed to develop a long-term and a short-term plan for yourself. Complete the following:

8. Start by describing your 5-year professional and financial objectives. o What title or position would you like to have?o Where would you like to be financially?9. Based on the results of your SWOT analysis and environmental scan, determine the following: o What skills do you need to develop to achieve your 5-year objectives?o Is your industry changing? What do you need to do to grow with it?o What resources do you have to help you achieve your 5-year objectives? (Hint: Resources can mean more than financial; are there people you know who can help you achieve your objective?)10. Now develop a short-term plan that will help you achieve your long-term objectives: o What will you need to accomplish each year to achieve your 5-year objectives?o What monthly/weekly/daily steps will help you reach your long-term objectives?o How will you address obstacles that occur along the way?

To successfully complete this assessment, you may need to do some research on developing long-term and short-term plans. Format this assessment as a research paper following current APA guidelines for both style and citing sources, making sure that you also use correct grammar and mechanics. There is no required minimum or maximum page length; however, you should strive to be as detailed as possible in addressing each point, while also being as clear and concise as possible.

Competencies Measured

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies:

• Competency 1: Create organizational value. o Describe long-term professional objectives.• Competency 2: Participate collaboratively and respectfully. o Describe the human resources available to achieve long-term objectives.• Competency 3: Communicate effectively. o Write coherently to support a central idea in appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.• Competency 4: Plan strategically. o Explain a short-term plan to achieve long-term objectives.• Competency 5: Employ high-performance business management techniques. o Explain how industry trends influence change.• Competency 6: Solve problems within professional standards. o Describe the skills necessary to achieve long-term professional objectives.o Describe strategies to overcome obstacles to long-term objectives.• Competency 7: Use appropriate financial models and principles. o Describe long-term financial objectives.o Describe financial resources available to achieve long-term objectives.

Explain strategies for addressing roadblocks and obstacles to a strategic plan

• Develop a strategic action plan for yourself.

Introduction

The final step in developing your strategic plan is to translate your strategy into action. A robust action plan contains four elements:

• Identification of specific actions to be undertaken in the next year or less.• Establishment of a clear time frame for the completion of each action.• Creation of accountability by identifying who is responsible for each action.• Determination of one or more specific, immediate objectives that the action should achieve.

Functional tactics and monetary ramifications are the underlying details of your strategic action plan. Functional tactics are short-term, narrow-scoped plans that detail the activities you will use to achieve your short-term objectives. The monetary ramifications of your strategic plan will likely be expressed in both income and expenses, for example, the amount of increased income anticipated by climbing the corporate ladder and the amount of money you may need to spend on education or professional development.

Note: Developing a strategic plan requires specific steps that need to be executed in a sequence. The assessments in this course are presented in order and should be completed in sequence.

In the previous assessments, you have developed your mission statement, conducted a personal SWOT analysis and environmental scan, and laid out your long-term and short-term objectives. Now, you will create a strategic plan to achieve your objectives.

Your completed Strategic Action Plan will be based on the information from your mission statement, your SWOT analysis, environmental scan, and your long-term and short-term plans; however, you do not need to include these items in this assessment.

Develop a strategic action plan in which you address the following:

• Specific steps you will need to take in the next year to achieve your 5-year objectives.• A time frame for completing each action.• The scorecard you will use to measure the success of each action.• The functional tactics you will use to achieve your short-term objectives.• The resources (financial, human, and other) you will use to complete each action.• An analysis of the monetary ramifications of each action.• A plan for monitoring the progress of the action plan.• A plan for handling obstacles or roadblocks.• An explanation of how your overall strategic plan reflects your mission statement.

To successfully complete this assessment, you may need to do some research on strategic action plans. Format this assessment as a research paper following current APA guidelines for both style and citing sources, making sure that you also use correct grammar and mechanics. There is no required minimum or maximum page length; however, you should strive to be as detailed as possible in addressing each bullet point, while also being as clear and concise as possible.

Competencies Measured

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies:

• Competency 1: Create organizational value. o Explain how a strategic plan reflects a mission statement.• Competency 2: Participate collaboratively and respectfully. o Describe the resources needed to complete the steps of a strategic plan.• Competency 3: Communicate effectively. o Explain how to measure the success of the steps needed to achieve long-term objectives.o Write coherently to support a central idea in appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.• Competency 4: Plan strategically. o Describe functional tactics used to achieve short-term objectives.o Describe a plan for monitoring the progress of a strategic plan.o Explain strategies for addressing roadblocks and obstacles to a strategic plan.• Competency 5: Employ high-performance business management techniques. o Describe the steps and associated time frames needed to achieve long-term objectives.• Competency 7: Use appropriate financial models and principles. o Explain the financial ramifications associated with a strategic plan.

Discuss the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Discuss about health information systems implementation

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 wordsv

Discuss the Meaningful Use initiative

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)v

What else is needed?

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Although the standards put forth by the Meaningful Use initiative are a good place to start, why are these initiatives not enough to advance best practices in all settings? What else is needed?

Posts should be no less than 250 words and each student is to respond to at least two other students in the class. Responses should be no less than 100 words in length. (Rubric)

Discuss at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Ten minute presentation in class, at least one qualitative and one quantitative research article.

Summarized an existing article. No new research is needed

Articles must be peer reviewed, research studies and related to the community assessment.

State: Florida

County: Miami Dade

10 slides minimum excluding title page and references page.

Articles must have been published within last 3-5 years.

Please attached research articles used

Just Power Point Presentation using bullet points

Identify and discuss the research question

Present in a PowerPoint format  a summary of a Quantitative Research article.

• Article must be a peer-reviewed research study and related to a current healthcare issue or trend.

State: Florida

• Article must have been published within last 5 years.

• Identify and discuss the research question, hypothesis, sampling size, and research findings

References must be in APA 7th edition format.

Attached research article used

Present in a PowerPoint format  a summary of a Quantitative Research article.

• Article must be a peer-reviewed research study and related to a current healthcare issue or trend.

State: Florida

• Article must have been published within last 5 years.

• Identify and discuss the research question, hypothesis, sampling size, and research findings

References must be in APA 7th edition format.

Attached research article used

Present in a PowerPoint format  a summary of a Quantitative Research article.

• Article must be a peer-reviewed research study and related to a current healthcare issue or trend.

State: Florida

• Article must have been published within last 5 years.

• Identify and discuss the research question, hypothesis, sampling size, and research findings

References must be in APA 7th edition format.

Attached research article used

Present in a PowerPoint format  a summary of a Quantitative Research article.

• Article must be a peer-reviewed research study and related to a current healthcare issue or trend.

State: Florida

• Article must have been published within last 5 years.

• Identify and discuss the research question, hypothesis, sampling size, and research findings

References must be in APA 7th edition format.

Attached research article used

Present in a PowerPoint format  a summary of a Quantitative Research article.

• Article must be a peer-reviewed research study and related to a current healthcare issue or trend.

State: Florida

• Article must have been published within last 5 years.

• Identify and discuss the research question, hypothesis, sampling size, and research findings

References must be in APA 7th edition format.

Attached research article used

Present in a PowerPoint format  a summary of a Quantitative Research article.

• Article must be a peer-reviewed research study and related to a current healthcare issue or trend.

State: Florida

• Article must have been published within last 5 years.

• Identify and discuss the research question, hypothesis, sampling size, and research findings

References must be in APA 7th edition format.

Attached research article used

What will you do to help you and your colleagues succeed?

this week’s blog, compose a Professional Philosophy Statement, sometimes referred to as a work statement. This can be a valuable document to include with an application or portfolio, but it is also helpful preparation for interview questions.  This statement will be included as part of your final e-Portfolio that is due in Week Four. Your Professional Philosophy Statement should be 250-500 words.

As you consider what to include in your statement, keep in mind the things that employers find valuable: organization, resourcefulness, work ethic, creativity, motivation, perseverance, adaptability, strong written and verbal communication, and so on. You can address technical skills that you possess, but do not overlook “soft” skills like solid time-management and those listed above.

Do not simply detail your work experience; that is what your resume is for. Instead, the Professional Philosophy Statement should encapsulate your personal perspective or approach to work—any kind. What do you believe in? What do you bring to the workplace? What is unique to you? What will you do to help you and your colleagues succeed? Put your best foot forward, but always present an authentic picture of yourself. Do not fabricate or exaggerate.

This is also not a cover letter, so don’t pretend you are applying for a job. This is an articulation of who you are and what you believe in.Many find it helpful to share a brief anecdote that highlights a personal viewpoint towards hard work. This I Believe is a website that calls itself a “public dialog about belief.”

You may also consider touching on current trends within your field and how you keep up with such trends. For example, do you belong to a professional organization? Do you subscribe to a specific trade journal, or have you been to any professional conferences or workshops? If so, what is one piece of knowledge or a specific skill you acquired that you have utilized, or plan to utilize, in your day to day work?

this week’s blog, compose a Professional Philosophy Statement, sometimes referred to as a work statement. This can be a valuable document to include with an application or portfolio, but it is also helpful preparation for interview questions.  This statement will be included as part of your final e-Portfolio that is due in Week Four. Your Professional Philosophy Statement should be 250-500 words.

As you consider what to include in your statement, keep in mind the things that employers find valuable: organization, resourcefulness, work ethic, creativity, motivation, perseverance, adaptability, strong written and verbal communication, and so on. You can address technical skills that you possess, but do not overlook “soft” skills like solid time-management and those listed above.

Do not simply detail your work experience; that is what your resume is for. Instead, the Professional Philosophy Statement should encapsulate your personal perspective or approach to work—any kind. What do you believe in? What do you bring to the workplace? What is unique to you? What will you do to help you and your colleagues succeed? Put your best foot forward, but always present an authentic picture of yourself. Do not fabricate or exaggerate.

This is also not a cover letter, so don’t pretend you are applying for a job. This is an articulation of who you are and what you believe in.Many find it helpful to share a brief anecdote that highlights a personal viewpoint towards hard work. This I Believe is a website that calls itself a “public dialog about belief.”

You may also consider touching on current trends within your field and how you keep up with such trends. For example, do you belong to a professional organization? Do you subscribe to a specific trade journal, or have you been to any professional conferences or workshops? If so, what is one piece of knowledge or a specific skill you acquired that you have utilized, or plan to utilize, in your day to day work?

this week’s blog, compose a Professional Philosophy Statement, sometimes referred to as a work statement. This can be a valuable document to include with an application or portfolio, but it is also helpful preparation for interview questions.  This statement will be included as part of your final e-Portfolio that is due in Week Four. Your Professional Philosophy Statement should be 250-500 words.

As you consider what to include in your statement, keep in mind the things that employers find valuable: organization, resourcefulness, work ethic, creativity, motivation, perseverance, adaptability, strong written and verbal communication, and so on. You can address technical skills that you possess, but do not overlook “soft” skills like solid time-management and those listed above.

Do not simply detail your work experience; that is what your resume is for. Instead, the Professional Philosophy Statement should encapsulate your personal perspective or approach to work—any kind. What do you believe in? What do you bring to the workplace? What is unique to you? What will you do to help you and your colleagues succeed? Put your best foot forward, but always present an authentic picture of yourself. Do not fabricate or exaggerate.

This is also not a cover letter, so don’t pretend you are applying for a job. This is an articulation of who you are and what you believe in.Many find it helpful to share a brief anecdote that highlights a personal viewpoint towards hard work. This I Believe is a website that calls itself a “public dialog about belief.”

You may also consider touching on current trends within your field and how you keep up with such trends. For example, do you belong to a professional organization? Do you subscribe to a specific trade journal, or have you been to any professional conferences or workshops? If so, what is one piece of knowledge or a specific skill you acquired that you have utilized, or plan to utilize, in your day to day work?

Discuss the credibility of the sources and the research

Literature Review

• Critique quality of the literature reviews conducted for two different types of studies- a quantitative and qualitative research.

• Identify and discuss the research questions, sampling and sampling sizes, research designs (qualitative vs. quantitative), hypothesis, data collection methods, and research findings.

• Discuss the credibility of the sources and the research/researchers findings.

• 400-word minimum/550-word maximum without the references.

• Minimum of 3 references (the course textbook must be one of the references) in APA format, must have been published within last 3-5 years.

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Literature Review

• Critique quality of the literature reviews conducted for two different types of studies- a quantitative and qualitative research.

• Identify and discuss the research questions, sampling and sampling sizes, research designs (qualitative vs. quantitative), hypothesis, data collection methods, and research findings.

• Discuss the credibility of the sources and the research/researchers findings.

• 400-word minimum/550-word maximum without the references.

• Minimum of 3 references (the course textbook must be one of the references) in APA format, must have been published within last 3-5 years.

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Literature Review

• Critique quality of the literature reviews conducted for two different types of studies- a quantitative and qualitative research.

• Identify and discuss the research questions, sampling and sampling sizes, research designs (qualitative vs. quantitative), hypothesis, data collection methods, and research findings.

• Discuss the credibility of the sources and the research/researchers findings.

• 400-word minimum/550-word maximum without the references.

• Minimum of 3 references (the course textbook must be one of the references) in APA format, must have been published within last 3-5 years.

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