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Comparison of research designs

Mika Husso, Katariina Karlsson, Aku-Ville Lehtimäki, Jami Negassa & Ville Simola

Ville Simola

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of Comparison of research designs

Comparison of research design Research topics Employees as firm’s reputation builders
– especially in the social media Analysis of competition in the mobile phone
market in Europe and North America Knowledge creation in the interaction between
a public organization and its IT service provider Motives of voluntary actors to participate
in the Venture Cup as mentors JAMI Recruitment and selection of international
assignees and the transfer of knowledge Stage of the research process JAMI literature review literature review + starting data collection analysis + reporting literature review most of the data collected
literature review pending Single vs Multiple Case JAMI Single (MNC) Single (2 firms representing 2 different
contexts for the phenomenon) Single Single Single Unit of Analysis JAMI Organization Main focus on strategic level
(How manageable the phenomenon is?) Handset manufacturer (Nokia) Group of individuals Group of organizations Research Approach JAMI interpretive positivist more into interpretive (abductive) interpretive interpretive Data Collection observation, interviews,
documentation semi-structured interviews, possibly ethnographical observation interviews, written
+ visual documentation documentation,
archival records,
interviews JAMI interviews, documentation, observation if possible Data Analysis Data analysis still remains a bit
unclear to many of us
Justification of method of analysis?
Degree of objectivity?
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