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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1.1Background and major themes
1.2Using this book
1.3Chapter structure/studying each chapter
1.4The research/consultancy project
1.5Concluding comments
Managing Your Development as a Manager
Learning outcomes
2.3Action learning: process and principles
2.4Working with and learning from others
2.5Planning a self-development programme
2.6Concluding comments
2.7References
2.8Glossary
Introduction to Research in Management
3.2Deductive versus inductive research
3.3Nomothetic versus ideographic research
3.5Concluding comments
3.6References
3.7Glossary
Management Consultancy and Research
4.3Disadvantages and limitations of management consultants
4.5Non-directive versus directive consultancy models
4.6Other styles of consulting
4.7Internal versus external consultants
4.10Concluding comments
4.11References
4.12Glossary
The Consultancy Research Process
5.3The consultancy research project/topic
5.4Planning and agreeing the consultancy/research brief
5.5Designing and agreeing to the research plan
5.6Completing the consultancy cycle
5.7Concluding comments
5.8References
5.9Glossary
6.1Data, information and decisions
6.2Types of data
6.3Methods of data collection
6.4Issues in data collection
6.5Choosing between data collection methods
6.6Concluding comments
6.7References
6.8Glossary
Data Collection: Secondary Data
7.1Secondary data: meaning and scope
7.2Planning secondary data collection
7.3Internal secondary data
7.4External secondary data
7.7References
7.8Glossary
Data Collection: Observational Research
8.2Observation approaches and techniques
8.4Other issues in observational research
8.5Concluding comments
8.6References
8.7Glossary
9.3Quasi-experimentation
9.4Action research
9.5Concluding comments
9.6References
9.7Glossary
Data Collection: Asking Questions
Learning Outcomes
10.1Questioning as a means of data collection
10.2Interviews
10.3Questionnaires, surveys and samples
10.4Surveys
10.5Concluding comments
10.6References
10.6Glossary
Analysing Data
11.1Analysis: nature and roles
11.2The purpose of analysis
11.3Quantitative versus qualitative data analysis
11.4Semiotics
11.5Steps in analysing qualitative data
11.6Issues in and approaches to analysing qualitative data
11.7Concluding comments
11.8References
Actioning Research
12.2Designing the implementation and action plans
12.3Implementation and follow up
12.4Control and evaluation: disengagement
12.5Concluding comments
12.7Glossary
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Research Methods in Management

Research Methods in Management

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