Tips for Conducting ResearchBe aware of the date articles/content was createdOlder articles can give historical information, however, stats and concepts can be outdated.Articles created in the last year are usually more accurate when conducting research. However, be aware that even when an article is recent, you need to look at the date of stats presented in the article as well to ensure they are still relevant.You can use filters in Google.com to find news pieces, scholarly articles, as well as more recent pieces. Use “advanced search” as a tool when conducting research.Make sure that sites you visit are credible. .gov sites and .org sites are usually more based in fact and can be a good starting point. News sites such as Forbes. New York Times, and Business Insider are also good places to start.Make sure you verify statistics to see if they are current on various sources. Just because one person/source states a statistic does not mean it is accurate.Be cautious of opinion pieces.Questions to Consider When Conducting ResearchBased on the Challenge prompt:What are the statistics on this topic?Historically, what has been done to address this problem?What has worked/What hasn’t worked?What does the industry look like in Portland?What are current trends/historical trends?What policies affect this specific company culture challenge?How various design elements/layout affect company culture?What are the company specifics?Mission/Vision/ValuesDemographicsCompany CultureReviews (both customer reviews and employee reviews)News articles/headlinesLayout/design elementsNote – This list is not exhaustive. Consider other questions in your research as well.DirectionsPart 1: Initial Discussion Board Post (Due Friday @11:59 pm) – I have extended this assignment due date until Friday to give you additional time to conduct in depth research.Step 1: Work with your team to create a list of questions/topics to be researched.Step 2: Decide as a team who will research what.Step 3: Conduct your research (including at least 5 sources) and then answer the following questions.What specific area of research did you focus on for this discussion board?What were you trying to find out? Be specific and detailed.What 8 things did you learn from your research? Provide details.What surprised you from your research?Provide each of your sources. (links)Part 2: Final Responses to Discussion Board (Due Sunday @11:59 pm)Step 1: Return to the discussion board to read your group members’ postsStep 2: Respond to each group member’s posts to help facilitate a conversation around the research that was conducted. Ask clarifying questions, provide additional sources, and help each other strengthen the information gathered. Responses should be 20 to 50 words each.this company called new relicmy topic is How can office design improve employee efficiency?