These are sub-aims that can be listed as an extension of the overarching aim statement.
These clarify the aspects of the study that will be addressed.
The subject will need to be based around a problem of some kind that your research will be able to explore in depth.
It could be part of a course module that you have found particularly interesting, or, if you have worked in the industry, there could be something you experienced during this time that you could use to build ideas.
This is a theory that your dissertation should set out to test or validate.
The conclusion will aim to determine whether the hypothesis has been proven or not.
A simple chart or timetable that highlights key points of progress over the following weeks.
In other words, you don’t need to ‘re-invent the wheel’ in a way that your research aims and objectives need to be totally new, or at least they have to offer fresh perspectives on existing management and business issues.
For example, while thousands of studies have been previously conducted to study various aspects of leadership, this topic as far from being exhausted as a research area.