BY Thrett Brown

A hypothesis states your predictions about what your research will find. It is a tentative accumulation of information to back the facts of your business brand and or operations. A hypothesis isn't just a educated guess it is a guesstament of information compiled based on research and supported facts.

The 7 Most Common Forms of Hypotheses:

A simple hypothesis is a prediction of the relationship between two variables: the independent variable and the dependent variable.

Drinking sugary drinks daily leads to obesity.

A complex hypothesis examines the relationship between two or more independent variables and two or more dependent variables.

Overweight adults who 1) value longevity and 2) seek happiness are more likely than other adults to 1) lose their excess weight and 2) feel a more regular sense of joy.

A null hypothesis (H0) exists when a researcher believes there is no relationship between the two variables, or there is a lack of information to state a scientific hypothesis. This is something to attempt to disprove or discredit.

There is no significant change in my health during the times when I drink green tea only or root beer only.

This is where the alternative hypothesis (H1) enters the scene. In an attempt to disprove a null hypothesis, researchers will seek to discover an alternative hypothesis.

My health improves during the times when I drink green tea only, as opposed to root beer only.

A logical hypothesis is a proposed explanation possessing limited evidence. Generally, you want to turn a logical hypothesis into an empirical hypothesis, putting your theories or postulations to the test.

Cacti experience more successful growth rates than tulips on Mars. (Until we're able to test plant growth in Mars' ground for an extended period of time, the evidence for this claim will be limited and the hypothesis will only remain logical.)

An empirical hypothesis, or working hypothesis, comes to life when a theory is being put to the test, using observation and experiment. It's no longer just an idea or notion. It's actually going through some trial and error, and perhaps changing around those independent variables.

Roses watered with liquid Vitamin B grow faster than roses watered with liquid Vitamin E. (Here, trial and error is leading to a series of findings.)

A statistical hypothesis is an examination of a portion of a population.

If you wanted to conduct a study on the life expectancy of Savannians, you would want to examine every single resident of Savannah. This is not practical. Therefore, you would conduct your research using a statistical hypothesis, or a sample of the Savannian population.

A value hypothesis proposes an assumption on how a product is valuable to potential customers. Even though your “potential customers” could be an assumption as well. A value hypothesis is more on the market now. It is a hypothesis that contains the exact value you would give to potential clients.

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Updated: Mar 4, 2020

The mission statement is very key because it gives you the clarity as to where do you see your company going and how and what it will take to get there. When it comes to your vision, this is the end result to the mission at hand. Other words it's like Your Dreams (Vision) need Goals (Mission) in order to reach them.

How Do We Form A Great MV & V

By keeping it short and concise. Sum up the company's mission in just a few sentences.Don't write an essay. ...Do think long-term. ...Don't make it limited to the understanding of what you need your market to know about you by crafting the best statement in your absence.

to bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the world.” - Mission

This is why it is very important that while we listen to the things people say we pay close attention to the things we see them do. Always understand that loyalty can not be taught; you're either it or you are not. Take note that people are listing and watching you also.

Mission, Vision and Values:

Mission/Purpose - A statement of why the organization exists, at the most meaningful level. It is inspirational, in that it can never be fully achieved. In this way, the purpose states why the organization does the work it does, but does not define how that work is to be done.

Vision -  A clear, specific, compelling picture of what the organization will look like at a specific time in the future (one, two, or five years), including those few key metrics that define success. It defines key results achieved and yet to be accomplished, the expected impact to the clients, and it describes specific behaviors that the organization must display to be successful. A clear vision delimits potential strategies; it helps define what’s within or outside of the organization’s bounds.

Values - The boundaries within which the organization will operate in pursuit of its vision. It is critical to distinguish between core values (those on which the organization will never compromise and is willing to pay a price to uphold) and aspirational values (those that the organization espouses, but has yet to live up to in day-to-day operations). To be meaningful, values must be described in clear behavioral terms.

to remain the most authentic, connected, and distinctive brand.” Vision

Nike Values



Every athlete in the world




The end result will never surface if the proper steps haven't taken place as a Mission, Vision And Values~ CMCC1080- THRETT BROWN

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