Ow an unlearned organisational culture effects strategy and how it could be turnaround to reach competitive advantages!

For my common PhD Course I need a research proposal about an unlearned culture of organisations and how it effects strategy.

How this culture could be turnaround to a learned organisational culture, and how this culture could provide competitive advantages for the organisation.

I can only provide the writer this informations, just the theme. I hope the writer can provide me a very good proposal with those limited informations.

Furthermore regarding to the proposals requirements I received the folling guideline from the university:

How to Prepare your Research Proposal Outline

Research Proposal:

With your application, it is vital that you enclose a sufficiently detailed Research Proposal

Please note the following when preparing this outline:

The Research Proposal must be new, must refer to the most recent literature and must not be
plagiarised. This includes self-plagiarism. While you may build upon earlier research
undertaken as part of a Masters degree you must cite this in your sources. In addition, the
DBA proposal should move this forward and show a clear understanding of how research has
moved on since the initial research was undertaken.

The second purpose of the proposal is to demonstrate that you have undertaken some early
research. This will mean demonstrating that you have read the most recent literature 
whether this be books, journals or online sources. This will mean that you need access to a
library that either has the necessary texts and journals or that will be able to source these for
you through inter-library loan agreements.

Set out below are brief examples of how to arrange the proposal. Please bear in mind that
although you will need to ensure that all areas shown below are covered, the content will be
unique to your area of research. For this reason we are unable to provide examples of
successful proposals.


1. Title

2. Short description of the research

3. Positioning of the research:
This should reference the most important and recent texts related to the
research, demonstrate the candidate s understanding of the research issues,
and identify existing gaps (both theoretical and practical) that the research is
intended to address.

4. Expected Findings:

This should logically deduct the expected findings from the previous 2 points.
In some disciplines, this section may not be appropriate.

5. Research Design & Methodology

This section should identify the information that is necessary to carry out the
analysis and the possible research techniques that could deliver the

6. References

Additional Guidelines

The outline proposal submitted with the application represents a crucial part of the selection
process. It should be emphasised that the content may change over time but the proposal
must give sufficient detail to enable us to source a suitable academic. Providing your
supervisor agrees, topic or methodology can be changed in order to produce the full
proposal. Indeed it is fully to be expected that such changes will be made.

The purpose of the Research Proposal Outline is to:

Indicate some understanding of the nature of research;
Demonstrate some initial level of commitment;
Allow the applicant s interests to be matched with those of an appropriate

Content of the Research Proposal Outline

a) Background of the proposed research, explaining in broad terms the nature of the
issues in which you are interested, with perhaps the reason for this interest.
b) A summary of the academic debate surrounding these issues with some
reference to the more important papers and books in this area. Of course this is
not expected to be comprehensive but search engines readily enable the seminal
contributors in any area to be identified.
c) The questions, expressed as precisely as possible, that it is intended will be
d) The methodology that will be employed.