Tagged: research

UFHRD Conference 6 June 2013 0

UFHRD Conference 6 June 2013

Day two of the UFHRD Conference at Brighton University Business School. The opening Keynote is by Prof. Aleksy Pocztowski speaking on “Adding Value from HRD in International Assignments”. Talking about HRD at work and as a...

UFHRD Conference 5 June 2013 0

UFHRD Conference 5 June 2013

This years UFHRD conference is themed on human resource development (HRD) and the challenges and opportunities in times of economic uncertainty. I’ll be life blogging the event as best I can (including a disregard for...

Digital Scholarship: day of ideas 2 0

Digital Scholarship: day of ideas 2

I’m listening now to Tara McPherson on humanities research in a networked world as the opening session of the Digital Scholarship day of ideas. (I’ve started late due to a change in the start-time). Discussing how...

Nomadic work 0

Nomadic work

These are the notes I took at a seminar on 11 May 2012 by Barbara Czarniawska at the Edinburgh University Business School on Nomadic Work. The seminar presented some initial research on nomadic work...

The Knowledge Management Observatory™ Global 2011 Survey 0

The Knowledge Management Observatory™ Global 2011 Survey

This survey at https://www.survey.ed.ac.uk/kmoglobal2011 has been designed for senior managers, executive managers or knowledge managers in organisations; consultants are encouraged to contribute, but this data will be separated out in the data analysis. The...

On the meaning of a case study 0

On the meaning of a case study

I am currently trying to draft a research framework for my PhD and especially what might be the basic unit of analysis. Ragin (2000) in discussing case orientated research (COR) raises the key question:...

Analysing Twitter 0

Analysing Twitter

I have recently been attempting a discourse analysis of a Twitter chat event, The analysis process proved harder than I was expecting. Partly, this was due to the volume of tweets where in a...

Influences on Cognitive Edge 0

Influences on Cognitive Edge

From Seneca to a General Theory of Love, a list of books that influenced Cognitive Edge. Who says organisational studies is dull! Which reminds me to follow up on: A Narrative Approach to Organization...