Capacity, Passion, Relevance, and Presence: A Conceptual Framework for the Interpretation and Study of Success
This project outlines a conceptual framework to help make sense of opportunities in an effort to recognize conditions for failure and establish paths toward success. In finding success, three distinct themes emerge from the literature: capacity, passion, and relevance. The CPR Success and Failure Analysis framework is intended to be a framework for success. Displayed as a Venn diagram, the framework includes domains of capacity, passion, and relevance, which are connected in the center through presence. The framework may serve as a theoretical lens for research, in-person and online educational opportunities, self-reflection, business coaching/consulting, college and career planning, and various other purposes. Given that a variety of circumstances could be applied to this framework, the possibilities for its use seem endless.
Anderson, Nathan C.; Conn, Daniel R.; Gamas, Kylie C.; Borkhuis, Brad; and Lantto, Jonah J.
"Capacity, Passion, Relevance, and Presence: A Conceptual Framework for the Interpretation and Study of Success,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 4:
1, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol4/iss1/11
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