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Organizations - Science topic
Administration and functional structures for the purpose of collectively systematizing activities for a particular goal.
Questions related to Organizations
I'm a little stumped with how best to run my data.
I've made a true crime survey for my dissertation paper, and I'm trying to compare the answers from the Likert scale to Eyseneck's short-hand personality questionnaire to see if personality has a relationship with the types of crimes we interact with and how.
There's no definitive way for me to run an analysis on my Likert-scale, so I'm doing mainly descriptive stats for that. However, I need to find a way to organise and test to identify a relationship. If anyone has any recommendations, that would be great!
We are organising Computational Neuroscience Academy, 17-23 July 2023 in Kraków – a one-week summer school focused on physics and machine-learning-based approaches to neuroscience.
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Digital Transformation is not only about technology but more about people and their mind-sets.
Would like to study the topic in organizational context.
Any suggestions on how to proceed? What should be the methodology?
Any researchers working in this area who would like to collaborate?
can we assess/ discuss the roles being played using specific examples.
I am creating a proposal for setting up a learning design team for a network of schools in Africa.
Please provide any research and / or templates and suggestions.
I am reading for my DBA and would like to explore OCB and especially its applicability on Millennials and Gen Z workforce especially in the high tech sector. I have looked at variables such as "Pressure to Produce", "Perceived Organizational Support", "Ethical Leadership", "Flexible Workplace Practices", etc. I am a bit stumped as to how I could proceed and as such would be grateful to some feedback/guidance/suggestions....
Thanks in advance.
I was approached via email (marketing flavour), and after some googling could not find out if they are a legitimate organization/enterprise(??).
Any information based on personal experience is appreciated.
Please, I would like to know what is or what are the most adequate theories or theoretical frameworks to mobilize when we want to study the impact of strategic human resources management on organizational resilience.
This is for the purpose of my thesis. Thank you in advance to all the community
Waht is the impact of critical success factors on organizational performance through strategic agility?
This discussion is to solicit viewpoints, research ideas, empirical literature, policy documents, stakeholder perspectives, etc on the "Role and contributions of the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) across countries in achieving the UN SDGs". It is also intended to understand 'how the CSOs cooperate with the national and local governments of the respective countries in addressing the critical issues of social and environmental protection and thereby contribute to the economic growth'.
I’m planning on doing a case study (MBA Thesis) on differences in civilian and military leadership styles (if any) in a specific organisation. I’m therefore interested in previous research/reviews regarding civilian and military leadership and also on stereotypes regarding military leadership. I’m grateful for any input connected to this.
Work-from-home is distance or e-working where employees use technology, Internet and other facilities to perform their tasks and communicate with the organisation.
I have a table with the frequencies and counts of all the identified OTUs (up to species level) within my samples and I would like to construct a phylogenetic tree in R. I am familiar with the packages I need. Still, I do not know the table format in which I should organise my data to create a phylogenetic tree. Maybe the ITS next to each OTU?
Thank you in advance!
Karl Marx's alienation concept
If we think our job is outdated then we have have to introspect our progress and performance in comparison to the organizational set parameters. Then we can decide what we are capable of.
It is my deep request to all my colleague, friends, academicians and professionals to share their thoughts and views.
I am currently conducting a research in which l want to measure the effectiveness of leadership on organizational performance. In looking at leadership effectiveness, I am considering variables like leadership style, structure, and process. How best can I measure these variables against organizational performance?
please explain with the big five model. what does this organisational performance means?
does it mean how the organisation will do or the employee job satisfaction?
The roles played by administrative/secretarial staff seem to duplicating in organisations. There is the need for such roles to be defined.
I am a master's student searching for a topic for my dissertation. What do you think are some challenges in the workplace (eg. in the area of training and development, diversity and inclusion, employee well-being, whole conflicts, worker behavior etc.) that I could look into?
Please share your experience. I am open to both qualitative and quantitative research methods, and would appreciate if you could help me come up with a hypothesis or topic for my master's dissertation.
School effectiveness approaches, school effectiveness theories and models, school organizational effectiveness, strengths and weaknesses of school effectiveness models
trying to understand the impact and importance of training an development on organizational sustainability , the limitations to the research , the different type of strategies
This is a study rated with measuring impact of emoloyee job satisfaction on organizational performance
I am conducting a research about institutional robustness and social capital in community based managing inland fishery organizations
Here ,I take 02 units of analysis
For institutional robustness- fishery organisation
For social capital I was taken fishers as unit of anlysis
We are looking for a facility to execute voluntary wheel running exercise experiment in the context neuronal fatigue. Please let me know the any available labs.
It has been suggested by the researchers that servicescape elements give an impact on the individual (users) thoughts and feelings (emotions) that ultimately influence the employees' and customers' perceptions and experiences.
To upgrade the servicescape elements in a building, the organisation is required to make a decision to determine the return on investment (ROI). This decision is very crucial to convince the top or upper management about the return it is receiving on its servicescape elements investment.
Do you have ideas on how to calculate the intangible to make tangible outcomes? what method or measurement can use or practice? Thank you
I am doing research on the Organisational Citizenship behavior of Teachers in relation to their job performance. For my research paper, I would appreciate it if you could suggest some questions for me.
Organisations that host conservation data, especially highly processed data - such as IUCN range maps, seem to becoming inaccessible for 'commercial use'. Ironically this seems to be in contradiction to the main aims of these organisations, which is ultimately to reduce extinction and biodiversity loss. Environmental consultants are probably the main users of these data when it comes to conservation, and yet access is hindered (written requests), or behind paywalls sometimes with excessive charges (especially for individuals or small businesses). Often these data are the end of a long process with inputs (volunteering included) from many individuals and organisations for the purpose of conservation and not to make money.
The goal is conservation and the data exist, why limit access to conservation practitioners? Why are we paying? Sure, data storage and updating and curating data costs money, but how much should it cost? Who should be paying? Surely there is a better way that promotes conservation while maintaining running costs of said conservation organisations?
Some examples of data include: IUCN Red List range maps, Important Bird Areas (Birdlife), Key Biodiversity Areas, to name a few that come to mind.
· What contradictory consequences may occur when focusing on developing strategic organizational resilience?
· How could these contradictory consequences be mitigated when developing strategic organizational resilience?
Dear esteemed researchers,
I came across this conference link through a reputed source. Should I communicate my law and organisational behaviour-related paper in this paper?
Or can you please suggest to me an alternative conference for presenting the paper?
This thread is concerned with change top down. I am still formulating this question, but central to it is change as growth.
This other thread is concerned with a bottom up approach to change as loss/ grief:
''While some organizations generally try to avoid growing organizational complexity by focusing on single business segments or customers, others attempt permanent adjustment and incorporate environmental complexity. As a result, the latter has to cope with high levels of organizational complexity. Apparently organizations can suffer from too much complexity, which leads to a decrease in profits, reduced organizational flexibility and dissipating energy. Organizations that are too inflexible due to their simplicity, however, might not be able to meet the changing requirements of the market''- Dipl.- Ing. Alexander Schwandt, Technical University of Berlin.
Any link (WHO or CDC/ any Scientific organisation) reporting the annual number of monkeypox since 2003 (past twenty years)?
I am trying to understand and find a solution to the challenges I had while working in the lab.
Things that came to mind are:
- poor time management
- retrieving details in old lab books
- loss of info because a colleague left
- loss of samples because the label was a mess
- trasferring projects efficiently
Conclusion: Problems in science are not always scientific.
What do you think?
I need a valid scale or questionnaire for measuring organizational cynicism. Any help or lead will be highly appreciated.
I have designed a vaccine for Monkeypox Virus. Is there anyone or any organisation who would like to take it further to wet lab studies?
From perspective of strategic performance management, achieving long-term competitive advantage can come from the performance excellence based innovation. Thus, which kinds of innovations can improve the performance of healthcare sector in general and performance management tools that could be applied to the performance measurement system of healthcare organisations.
I kindly ask you for assistance in creating an organisation profile in GoogleScholar.
In some cases when you search for a person they have their organisation hyperlinked (as in the image attached) and when you click the link, a list of all people within organisation appears.
How can I do this for our organisation?
Thank you very much for your answers! Petra
For example, I am writing about research in Literature review that developed tool, in the resarch, there is no table, can I organise this tool in a table in Literature review?
I have a 20Kbp prokaryotic sequence and I am supposed to evaluate the likelihood of any existence of functional DNA elements such as promoters, 5’ untranslated regions, operon organisations, transcription terminator, or any other relevant functional DNA that I can identify. I have identified all the ORFs using NCBI ORF finder. I have also managed to identify some potential promoters and terminator sequences using online bioinformatics tools available at https://molbiol-tools.ca/. However, I am struggling to figure out how to identify the Shine-Dalgarno sequences using basic online tools. Any ideas?
I would really appreciate your help.
PSLV is a launch vehicle designed and operated by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It is used to launch satellites into orbit. Do you have any idea? What are the most asked questions about PSLV?
Whats Do you know about Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)?
Research aimed at optimizing organizational processes and based on the Memory of Institutional History. Constituyen una fuente de valor referencial que pueden ayudar amejorar la calidad del funcionamiento de las organizaciones. ¿Hay algún comentario al respecto?
It is well known that higher plants have interstitial transport of nutrients or photosynthates due to their different tissues and organs. However, macroalgae are relatively backward in evolution, with almost no true differentiation of tissues or organs between their cells.
So, macroalgae, especially some of the more complex macroalgae like Sargassum, due to the huge differences in their organizational structures, is there really a transfer of nutrients or photosynthates between these “tissues” between cells or between the “organs”? If not, how are the different parts of the macroalgae related to each other? If so, which substances are involved in this process?
We are a public institution operating within the bureaucracy of a university in the Philippines and we are planning to organise a research conference sometime in late 2023 in a scenic and touristic location in the country. We are looking for a partner institution that can assist us in implementing this. Our requirements are: 1. The partner institution (preferably a university) is involved in entrepreneurship promotion and small and medium enterprise development. 2. The partner institution must have organised or is organising a research conference in the same field with conference proceedings indexed in either Scopus or Web of Science.
Any lead would be highly appreciated.
In Uganda, youth is a critical concern and a popular topic of debate. The Uganda National Bureau for Non-Governmental Organizations has 2154 recognized non-profit organizations (NGOs). As of July 4th, 2022, approximately 215 organizations registered out of 2154 deal with youth issues. Looking at the core youth space/center of talks, the youth continue to blame the government for their failures, and I would also want to point out that the youth have forgotten that they can also play a role in altering their life. What's going on over there?
As part of my master's dissertation, I am looking for participants to take part in a survey. I am researching the influence of organisational structures (centralisation, formalisation, job specialisation) on organisational learning and highly appreciate your support!
Thank you very much for your time! All data will of course be treated anonymously.
Are you an entrepreneur (or enterprise) who tries to follow post-growth/degrowth principles in your organisation? Or do you know someone who does? If yes, we need you!
We are Giacomo, Tom and Daniele, researchers in economics and business at the universities of Perugia, Groeningen and Barcelona. We are currently investigating how organisations - especially businesses - around the world are trying to go “post-growth” in their strategy and day-to-day activities. For this reason, we want to briefly interview members of organisations/businesses who are actively trying to include elements of post-growth/degrowth theories into their organisations/businesses’ activities.
If you think that you belong to this category, please feel free to contact us:
Giacomo Buzzao - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Long - email@example.com
Daniele Vico - firstname.lastname@example.org
#research #postgrowth #degrowth
I am conducting a honours project that is investigating ''How effective are the current domestic and family violence (DFV) crisis organisations in responding to the needs of PWD experiencing DFV (at home)?"
My research design incorporates a thematic analysis which allowed me to develop 'indicators of effectiveness' from relevant existing research. In the second part of research, I am planning to conduct a directed content analysis using my predetermined indicators as codes for analysing each organisations (website). I was wondering if there is a particular process that i should follow? I have looked into Hshieh and shannon (2005) which looked relevant and Assarroundi et al. (2018) which looked very complex as I dont intend to develop further 'preliminary codes' and 'generic categories''. As the aim of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of organisations, I was planning on directly coding the (website) data based on the indicators created and then measuring the frequency of the code/indicator presented in each website. This will allow for comparisons of frequency of codes to assess which organisation is deemed as 'more' effectiveness' . Would this work?
Leadership is essentially a social phenomenon and faces dilemmas when brought to organisational contexts. The most convenient way, for the training and development industry, to operationalise leadership for organisations, is to link it with performance. It, however, seems that leadership, as such, has no direct link with performance - many leaders who failed to achieve what they wanted to achieve are still revered as leaders. Organisations and HRD consultants need to focus on operationalising leadership beyond the leadership-performance linkage.
How about we leave leadership to the influencing process, between leaders and followers, that connect them with each other, with their ideology/vision, and with the [work] environment; and we assign performance and productivity other behaviours and determinants?
This assignment covers an interesting topic and most significant sector of the world which is our international relation, which is the main drive and what keeps many countries stable, especially the economic sector of many. The assignment will focus on the discussion of covid-19 impact on the International Relation as a whole. It will mainly touch on the main tools that drive and build international relation mostly on how they were impacted by this global pandemic which is covid-19. To be most specific the assignment will cover the global economy topic, trade, investment/business investment, foreign policy, closure of business, diplomacy etc. All of those stated above are a drive to international relation and the are some not mentioned but will be touched on and the focus will be on how they were impacted by this global pandemic. I will clarify in a small paragraph of what international relation before placing the focus on how it was impacted.
International relation is a world known and most practiced. It is a relationship between countries all over the world interacting to one another, in international relation countries help each other economically and other aspect as these countries are interconnected. According to the writer International is oneness and strongly reliant on one another. (Islam, s, 2022) state that International relation is a study that is concerned between nations and their relations towards one another.
Impact of covid-19 on International Relation
Global economy is a economy that is made up of different economic sector or activities practiced in the arena of global. According to (Statistic, 2020) it states that global economy is the sum of actives that take place both within and between different countries. Covid 19 has hugely affected the global economy causing a world economic disruption, as the was a massive decline (Gaba et al., 2022).. Covid-19 eased the pace of the global economy, as every activity that contributed to the global economy was stifle, slowed. Global economy was brought to its knees.
Covid-19 brought many restrictions and changes that slowly impacted the global economy until it is in this state of disaster. The restrictions imposed more especially by the World Health Organisation (WHO) were very harsh towards the economy side, referring to many companies, businesses closed due to covid -19 to protect people. Global economy is one of the most important and respected sector on the international relation but covid turned that into putting people first than the economy. Almost all activity occurring around the world contribute to global economy and all were affected by the harsh restrictions and led to many activities closing forever which meant no profit, no income and remember that what happens in a country also impact to what is going to happen in the global economy. The restrictions of covid-19 have serve affected or impacted the global economy as it has put everything to a stop or stand still. The coming information will deal more with all the activies that contribute to global economy which makes up International Relation and how covid-19 pandemic has impacted them. Many countries shifted from m.
International Trade plays an important role in International Relations (IR), as it is the drive or makes up IR. International trade is also another form of states interacting and sharing things to one another, as they exchange goods. The presence of Covid-19 has deeply affected trade relations amongst states that trade. States no longer trade as much as they use to trade before covid com. The virus has braked the relations of states interaction. Due to covid-19 pandemic the has been so many draconian regulations and restrictions. The has been a slow pace in trade and many countries lost revenue as importing countries have set limits of goods to countries that they are exporting from due to trade restrictions. The were so many trade bans during covid-19 and this caused handling cost for exporting countries. Trade restriction was also an impact on importing countries, reason being the are some states that lack all form of resources, which they only surviving on importing goods from other countries. This reduced the connectivity and interaction of countries breaking the relations that they have amongst each other. The trade restrictions such as trade bans and so on meant that the will be no strong trade relations or exchange of goods which International relations is about.
Majority people lost jobs due to covid-19 pandemic and lost their earnings, this led to a drop in aggregate demand of goods. The cause of covid led to people not to afford buying things in retail outlets and supermarkets and most feared that they will easily get infected if they physically go to retails. This affected most exporting countries because of less demands, for example China exports dropped during covid(Kline, Dale and Rose 2021) . This braked the supply chain among the countries trading to each other. Covid-19 impacted international relations as countries were slowly trading together and some stopped from trading for a bit, and the relations among countries was slowly fading away.
Organisation that dealt with covid built international relation barries which intrigued fear among states which is the reason the was a decline in countries importing goods from other countries, Reason being they feared the spread of the virus which trade was seen as hotspot this was the reason for trade bans and restriction. Countries could not work together as before, so the was less of exporting and importing of goods taking place around the world at that time, because covid caused all of this disrupting the relations among countries. Covid put a stop to countries working together and sharing of things such as trading.
Covid-19 pandemic hugely disrupted the international supply chain system, as the virus got hold of the system and prevailing the speed that I used to operate.
Investment is also the other sector that makes up international relations. As stated in the introduction that International relation is the all about interaction and interconnect Ness of countries or states which investment is also about connecting countries and bringing interaction among countries in the global sphere. Investment has been affected by the outbreak of covid-19 pandemic.
During covid-19 especially when it was declared as the national disaster, many business closed due to lockdown and harsh regulations, which led to a complete shutdown to many companies and businesses. The closing of companies and business led to a lost of revenue made by them. This led to foreign investors to disinvest in most countries that were deeply affected. Most investors saw that many companies and businesses that they invested in from foreign countries were not making money as usual, this draw them away from the countries that they invested in. This was all because of covid-19 pandemic that caused this havoc amongst countries that invested to one another. Many investors stopped investing in the countries that they invested as they were not making money at all and this cut ties between countries and intensifying the relationship of countries.
Everything was a failure and countries weren’t making money because covid pulled everything down leading to many businesses and companies to decline and chasing foreign investors away. Due to covid-19 countries stopped from investing on ach other as no country was making money at that time. This meant the was not going to be an exchange of foreign investment among countries which is not a representation if international relation because (ir) is all about in interaction of countries.
International relations is also made up of Multinational cooperation’s (MNCs), as MNCs keep most states relations togethers and makes states or countries clinged to one another (Islam, 2022). Most countries have relations because of MNCs, such as VW, COCA COLA and so many which keep these countries together and create employment. When covid-19 hit the world the MNCs was impacted due to lockdowns many MNCs were closed. Most MNCs are the to help each other together with the host country that they are in, which creates a strong interaction between the host country and the MNCs which they are supposed to have, so that they can benefit from each other. MNCs and host countries do benefit from each other as they work hand in hand with each other to keep everything working efficiently. Some MNCs during covid-19 withdraw their cooperates from host countries as their cooperates were not making money due to covid-19 pandemic. Host countries suffered because the was lost of employment and the economy decline, this illustrates the relations of MNCs as they bring employment and improve the economy in host countries while host countries make profit or revenue to MNCs as everyone helps each other. The withdrawal of cooperates by MNCs from host countries, crushed the relations and the interconnect Ness of countries and cooperation’s. This unveils the impact that covid-19 pandemic caused in the international relation.
MNCs were not making money from host countries but losing and same as the host countries were not making any of the money or benefiting from the MNCs as they chose to cut ties by withdrawing from host countries because of covid impact and disruption. This meant that host countries will not receive Foreign direct investment. This created diversity among the international relation and broke the interconnect ness of states and cooperation’s.
Foreign policy plays a major role in keeping international relations especially in states keeping and maintaining peace in the international arena ( Foreign policy,2020 ). Foreign policy is what keeps state or countries interact, exchange things, and share things as countries which strengthen the international relations. Foreign policy is the tool that keeps countries and states to have a real international relation as it makes things easy for countries to interact and work together. It is a peace of policy that holds states together. The main tool that keeps international relation to take place was also impacted by the virus called covid-19 pandemic.
Most countries or states started implementing foreign policies that suited the conditions of covid-19 but affecting the international relations at the same and created a huge gap for diversity among states. To make examples most countries implemented foreign policy that pushed the agenda of restricting trade especially importing if goods and setting a limit of goods being imported. Most countries imposed trade bans upon other countries this is because forced many to take up these measures. All of the mention above was to prevent the spread of covid-19 but at the same time the policies were slowly cutting ties with other countries which reduces the interaction and working together. Many of foreign policies were very harsh and dismantling the connective ness of states and countries.
Most foreign policies implemented during covid-19 pushed the agenda of self-interest as many countries foreign policies were about how can a country make revenue not how can we make money as an international community. Most foreign policies kept countries apart from each other such as the restrictions of borders (Lin, 2022). The banning of travel is also another policy that isolated countries from each other.
Diplomacy is another tool that plays a huge role in keeping international relations and maintaining peace among the international arena. During covid-19 the were no face to face or physical meetings for diplomats to meet up and solve issues that are related to their countries and bring peace. This made it difficult for diplomats to exchange the thought, solutions and ideas. This threaten international relations among diplomats as it was not easy to keep countries relations pure due to no meetings being held. Such as the political tensions within alliances, were competing for the supply of medical equipment ( Giovanna,2020). This issue was not easily resolved as they were no physical meetings which made things easy.
International relation is the most active and important thing practiced in this century, but the presence of covid-19 easily faded the practice of it. Overall covid-19 impacted international relation as it put a stop and disrupted all the things that keep (IR) together such as the change in foreign policy due to covid and the trade restrictions. Which prevented countries from connecting and work together. The restrictions imposed in all the countries allowed the agenda of separating and impacting international relations. which this is also another reason for investors to pull out their investment in other countries because covid made things to be uncertain. Covid-19 made it hard for countries to maintain international relations together.
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i am looking for research questions for my project on the impact of managerial leadrship on organisational efficiency
Which journal covers a detailed overview regrding 'Value based Pricing' topics & digitalisation of the whole quoting process in a Med-tech organisation or say in any type of Industry ?
I was wondering to myself to propose to others Colleagues the idea of an International Psychotherapy School based on Attachment Inception. So, the average activity could be appropriate as "collaboration" between Colleagues in research in a specific field.
Furthermore, I was wondering if we could together make this project possible.
I was looking for a Commercial Cultural Activity like Researchgate.net that can perform as a School of Psychotherapy, doing the appropriate "Company Hat" to make in practice (in professional and psychotherapy practice) all the things described in my book ( Attachment Inception) in a webinar setting.
Internationally It could be more accessible, well recognised and structured, not only for the COVID problem but also the for well-accepted consuetude of organising conferences, presentations, classes and so on in this way by University organisations.
The Commercial Subject I was looking for could be research.net? or something similar? Please, feel free to advise me on all the tips you can pop in mind. Thank you so much!
I am looking for a measurement scale to assess two-way communication in the context of leadership in organisations. Is there any commonly used scale for it that can be used in an empirical study?
‘The overall goal of the People Plan in 2018 remains much as it was in 2016: to ensure that the department has skilled,
talented, diverse and high-performing people, who are proud to work for MHCLG and are supported and trusted by
empowering and inclusive leaders".
In light of this statement provide an analysis of the best practices used by the Ministry of Housing. Communities and Local
Government (MHCLG) in managing human resources, that you view as suitable recommendations for other organisations to
adopt in order to achieve organisational goals and strategy. The discussion should outline why you believe these practices
are relevant in supporting the organisational strategy.
‘Each pillar has an aggregate RAG rating of performance which comprises of a number of subsidiary measures and is
reported on quarterly on a red. amber or green performance rating scorecard, along with additional explanatory
commentary." Based on the organisational context of the Ministry of Housing. Communities and Local Government, advise
managers on the relevance and application of the performance management process, and how to use the Results
Approach to performance management.
According to Christine Hewitt, the Director of People Capability and Change at the time the Plan was drawn up, there was a
significant shift in emphasis between People Plan 1' and People Plan 2, which partly took account of progress made, but
also heavily reflected the shift in the strategy, focus and ambition of the newly re-christened Ministry.
With reference to the case study, and application of relevant theory on the Strategic Management Process, critically discuss
the significant integration that exists between an organisation's human resource strategy with the overall business strategy.
The Discussion should examine the benefits of this interaction for contemporary organisations.
“Leadership development work was described as a painting the Forth Road Bridge' type of activity that has seen significant
improvement but needs to continue to be delivered effectively and adapt with time". Examine the purpose of undertaking a
training needs analysis at three critical levels, to ensure that leadership development initiatives produce the expected
Return on Investment at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
No affiliated organisation to attach.
We have organised three focus groups with homogenous sample. Each group consisted of maximum 4-5 people (in total for three groups 13 people). After the third group, we consider to stop as we received overall the same results in all three groups.
Should we be concerned for the total number of participants or for the number of focus groups?
I mostly find references for the number of focus groups and the number of people within a group, but not for the total number.
To add here, that the participants were not an easily accessible population, this was the reason of small focus groups.
Is there any method or theory, can help identify the management drawbacks in organizational level by observing daily behavior of people in that organizaiton?
I would like to invite you to review my questionnaire for relevance. My questionnaire is on the topic of organizational resilience. The objectives of the questionnaire are 1) to identify the factors of organizational resilience in private schools and 2) to assess the importance of these factors of organizational resilience.
I conducted a thorough literature review that resulted in the identification of 16 factors of organizational resilience that I have included in the questionnaire questions.
I would like please some researchers to access the below form, read each question of the questionnaire, then rate its relevance to the research topic on a scale from 1 to 3 :
1:Essential ; 2:Useful but not essential ; 3:Not necessary
The review is anonymous (no names are required), but should be done by someone familiar with questionnaires and research.
The form is accessible online at: https://forms.gle/fo1AxRc6hPJNAqP56
Thank you for your support.
What do you think about a system were limited legislative and/or executive power is given to people selected based on their skills and expertise, who should remain super-partis (above factions) rather than elected by a more or less democratic system (technocracy )?
Would it be feasible and beneficial to have an apolitical an international organ to ensure prosperity and progress? How could that be accomplished?
In a way that already happens with the central banks and WHO and other organisations, but most of them are almost non-existent executive power, and are limited to under-funded consultancy agencies.
Technocracy is a form of government in which the decision-maker or makers are selected on the basis of their expertise in a given area of responsibility, particularly with regard to scientific or technical knowledge.
Bureaucracy, specific form of organization defined by complexity, division of labour, permanence, professional management, hierarchical coordination and control, strict chain of command, and legal authority.
Dear HRM Scholars,
I found insignificant impact of Environmental factors of WLB on job performance of academic and administrative heads of the universities in Sri Lanka. However, significant impact of individual, organizational and societal factors of WLB on Job performance. Any justifications for this insignificant result?
With metaverses, virtual worlds have become extended realities with “infinite possibilities” of creating virtual identities as our extended selves.
But what are these virtual identities, how are they generated, are they indeed limitless in their options and performances or do they rather exist within certain prescribed operational modes?
We organise a virtual roundtable on the topic. Please let me know if you would like to participate.
I'm doing research on the factors that affect future AI (Artificial Intelligence) adoption at the organizational level. We're studying the factors that might encourage or discourage AI adoption in organizations in the future since the technology has still not been adopted in the studied context. However, while TAM and TOE models seemed promising for the study, hesitation still prevails when it comes to integrating DOI theory (Diffusion of Innovation).
I came across a statement that DOI is mainly used in the attempt to understand the diffusion and the institutionalization of the innovation, rather than in the attempt to understand its potential adoption. Therefore, it is more suitable in a context where the innovation has already been adopted. But aren't innovators and early adopters part of DOI? Confusion prevails. If you could share with me your thoughts on this, I would be grateful. Thank you!
I am a final year MBA student and would like to use your Organizational Change Recipients’ Beliefs Scale described in your research with your colleagues in the Dec 2007 issue of the Journal of Applied Behavioural Science. Have you developed the questionnaire since this paper and is there any other information you can share to help me develop a suitable design for my own research? FYI, I am seeking to understand the relationship between beliefs about organisational change and the decision to leave an organisational, the objective of which is to help reduce attrition by better understanding the key reasons why individuals leave organisations during organisational change. I was thinking of using your questionnaire with individuals who left their organisations during a change programme and then analyse the results for patterns and trends.
I'm looking for an instrument to measure perceptions of barriers to progression among female employees in a tech organisation as part of my dissertation.
I've found a scale of barriers and facilitators that is well cited on Google Scholar (875 citations):
- Lyness, K.S. and Thompson, D.E., 2000. Climbing the corporate ladder: do female and male executives follow the same route?. Journal of applied psychology, 85(1), p.86.
Is this the best one to use or are there others?
Any previous research to support that Organizational strategies that impact adopting AI in construction are considered as the controlled variables through the research in relation to the dependent variable of project performance measurements.
Strategies Learning -change -knowlwedge
Writing an academic review of Transformational leadership as it connects to organisational effectiveness oe essence.
Goal is to have work studies on this topic in different organisations globally.
Transformation of industry economy
I am involved in a project to develop online software which simulates scientific instruments (such as absorption spectrometers) and chemistry experiments for science students (post 16 years) which is featured in the latest edition of Chemistry International (see following link):
Students can work their way through these online exercises producing data from the simulator, analyse that data and compile a laboratory report on their findings from anywhere that has an internet connection. We already have registered users from various institutions around the world incorporating these simulations into their degree programs.
1. I would be interested in the views of colleagues about the educational value of using our software, in general.
However, more specifically, I would also be interested to know how colleagues feel about the following:
2. Will this help to widen access to a science education, particularly for students from disadvantaged backgrounds?
3. As a company, we are eager to get involved with schemes/organisations that promote widening access to a science education. Can colleagues suggest how we might best go about this by identifying relevant organisations that may be interested in working with us/using our software?
We are a UK based company but would happily collaborate internationally with interested partners.
Delighted to receive any other comments/views.