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I was asked by the London Metropolitan University to present my experiences regarding a knowledge management research, with special focus on research methodologies

I was asked by the London Metropolitan University to present my experiences regarding a knowledge management research, with special focus on research methodologies

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    Good practice in researching: A qualitative and cross-disciplinary research Good practice in researching: A qualitative and cross-disciplinary research Presentation Transcript

    • Good practice in researching A qualitative and cross-disciplinary research by Richard Lalleman November 2008 LONDON Metropolitan University
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 1: Research problem Step 2: Conceptual design Step 3: Research methods Step 4: Data analysis Step 5: Importance and limitations
    • Step 1: Research problem What are the leadership’s characteristics that enhance organizational learning processes Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Organizational context Types of knowledge Concepts of effective leadership Action steps to create effective leadership
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Organizational context Step 2: Conceptual design
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 2: Conceptual design Types of knowledge
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 3: Research methods Extensive Literature review Primary sources Secondary sources
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    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 3: Research methods Extensive literature review Primary sources Secondary sources
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    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 3: Research methods Extensive Literature review Analysis of published case-study Primary sources Secondary sources Explanatory study in which theory is being tested and further built on
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 3: Research methods Extensive Literature review Analysis of published case-study Analysis of interviews Primary sources Secondary sources Explanatory study in which theory is being tested and further built on How do you want to interview? Who do you want to interview? Three leaders from different management structures Storytelling with open-ended questions How do you want to make sense of interviews? Recording, transcribing and making cross-references with model
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 4: Data analysis Extensive Literature review Analysis of published case-study Analysis of interviews Qualitative approaches Theoretical sampling
    • Research methodologies The back-bone of your research Step 5: Importance and limitations Why is this research crucial and valuable? What are the limitations of this research? What are the ethical aspects of this research?
    • Conclusion Some hat-tips Objectives Challenge Weblogs Negotiate Interdisciplinary