Building Capacity for Empirical Discovering in Management and Organization Studies
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Empirical discovering is an open-ended inquiry into social facts. Although our field of management and organization studies have perfected down-the-road theorizing and systematic research designs, we have collectively spent less effort on understanding the subtle mechanism and process of less orderly discovering. In this article, I propose that seeking to build capacity for empirical discovering researchers may want to approach their data by adopting four principles of inquiry. Show more
Journal / seriesAcademy of Management Discoveries
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PublisherAcademy of Management
Organisational unit03719 - von Krogh, Georg / von Krogh, Georg
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