|Statement||guest editors: Stephen Fineman, Iain Mangham.|
|Series||Journal ofmanagement studies -- Vol.20, no.3|
|Contributions||Fineman, Stephen., Mangham, Iain, 1936-|
Qualitative research methods are particularly appropriate for studying people, groups, organizations and societies – for example, if you want to learn how people interpret their own situation, what their goals in life and work are and what strategies they employ to reach those : Joan Ernst van Aken, Hans Berends, Hans van der Bij. A qualitative approach in a organizationl diagnosis process has the purpose of identifying the elements that generate performance and the ones which may require improvement, and which the organization itself can control. The instrumentsAuthor: Radu Florea, Antonio Amuza. ‘The editors provide us with an inspiring reservoir of intellectual knowledge on how, when and why we apply qualitative methods in organizational studies. The book is highly recommended for researchers interested in organizations – or other social settings - to dive into this reservoir of approaches and theories.’Format: Paperback. The wide range of approaches to data analysis in qualitative research can seem daunting even for experienced researchers. This handbook is the first to provi.
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