Hange & Innovation in Car Manufacturing

First of all, talk about the topic i??Innovation & Changei?? in GENERAL then Scope down to specific
i?? Innovation & Change in Car Manufacturing.

Use (Academic) Peer viewed journal articles.

Articles should be related to the topic chosen
Extract Arguments from the articles chosen and give your own opinion whether you agree or not.


1)Search in Google Scholar

2)Review each article for its suitability/relevance.

3)Read the references in each article and see if there are other relevant articles listed.

4)When you reach i??saturation pointi??, stop!

5)Nowi??s time to read the articles with the purpose of identifying key themes, concepts, models, ideas etc.

6)look for recurring themes, similar points/ideas, and group them together (copy/paste into a different/new document or at end of existing one

7)Now put the various grouped themes into a structure (logical sequence). Look for similarities and differences (there will often be contradictory viewpoints and sometimes a strong recurrence of particular ideas, but not always).

8)Remember: in academia, i??complexi?? is good, shades of grey are good, seldom is there black and white, and you can argue just about anything provided your views are supported by evidence from the literature or empirical research.

9)As youi??re doing all this, interesting patterns or ideas might come to mind. Write them down.

10)Next you put it all together and write the body of your paper. Then you can do the conclusion, and finally, the introduction. There are many i??conventionsi?? when it comes to writing up your work. Here are a few:

a. The introduction includes an outline of the structure of the paper and its main findings/conclusions, tells the reader you understand the question, defines the topic you will cover etc.

b. The first line of each paragraph tells the reader what the paragraph will be about.

c. Paragraphs should link together so the paper flows well. At the end of one paragraph you lead into the next i?? (linking forward).

d. Use proper Harvard style referencing.

e. Use standard fonts such as Calibri, Arial and Times New Roman. Single spacing, i??normali?? margins, and portrait style except for large tables etc. Adding page numbers is helpful.