The effects of digitalization and artificial intelligence in Compliance
Chapter One: Introduction
It contains the following points:
- Abstract (a general brief used as an introduction to the following points)
- Research problem
- Research importance
- Research objectives
- Research hypotheses
- Research limitations (geographical, time-related, subject-related and human-related………)
- Research proposal (dividing the research into several chapters and briefly explaining the contents of each chapter)
The title of the chapter explains the topic under study.
Which should include a thorough explanation of the subject from its applied aspect.
For example: if the subject under study is “the compatibility of King Abdulaziz University graduates to work in commercial companies/businesses/corporates/”, in which case these topics can be addressed:
- A brief overview of King Abdulaziz University
- University students rights and obligations/duties
- General information about Saudi companies
- Saudization and its requirements
The third chapter:
(It should include research studies related to the topic)
(Explanation of the method used to carry out the study and the methods of collecting and analyzing data)
Results (presenting the research findings and analysis)
Discussion and Recommendations (with an applied action plan)
The following is a suggested mechanism for implementing the research project:
- Each student chooses the topic that suits him and then obtains the approval of the subject’s teacher.
- The effects of digitalization and artificial intelligence in Compliance
- After the initial agreement on the research topic, the student collects scientific articles related to the topic. (Please consider the quality of the articles selected, not the number of articles)
- The student writes the first chapter and sends it via e-mail.
- The subject teacher reviews the first chapter and sends his notes via e-mail.
- Based on the notes of the subject teacher, the student will make the appropriate modifications and then begin to develop the general structure of the research.
- The student designs the research tool (questionnaire, personal interview, or others) that he will use to collect information.
- For the questionnaire, it is preferable to use a ready-made questionnaire that was used in a previous study and published in one of the scientific journals. In the event that this is not possible, we will then resort to designing a special questionnaire by the student.
- The subject teacher reviews the search tool and then sends his feedback via e-mail.
- The student collects information through the search tool.
- The student analyzes the information statistically and then proposes appropriate recommendations.
- The student sends the entire research in its final form to the subject teacher for review.
- The subject teacher reviews the research and then sends his comments to the student.
- The student makes the final adjustments, and then delivers the final hard copy to the teacher, in addition to an electronic copy.