We would like to draw your attention to the PDW Advancing Qualitative Research: Perspectives on Data Generation and Analysis (session 136) on Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm EDT. Please join us for a Mock Live session (pre-recorded presentations with scheduled playback, followed by real-time written chat discussion).
Sara R. S. T. A. Elias, University of Victoria, Canada
Amanda Peticca-Harris, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Brett Crawford, Grand Valley State University, USA
David Boje, New Mexico State University, USA
Anna Stevenson, Lund University, Sweden
Marcos Barros, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France – "Transmediality in research"
Tina Dacin, Queens University, Canada – "Data generation using visual and material artifacts"
Hans Hansen, Texas Tech University, USA – "Compassionate research methods"
Anne Smith, University of Tennessee, USA – "Tips, tricks and tables: Harnessing CAQDAS to explore patterns and begin to make sense of inductive textual data"
Sarah Tracy, Arizona State University, USA – "Making claims and building theory in qualitative inquiry"
Sponsors: Organization and Management Theory (OMT), Research Methods (RM), Strategizing Activities and Practices (SAP), Critical Management Studies (CMS)
Drawing on the experience of five internationally renowned scholars, as well as on the active participation of the audience, this Professional Development Workshop (PDW) seeks to problematize some of the conventional ways of conducting qualitative research and to explore the process of data generation and analysis more holistically. This PDW also aims to open a space for dialogue on how we may increase transparency on the interactive, situated, and complex nature of qualitative research, while encouraging awareness of how the positions that we as researchers adopt shape the knowledge and reality representations that we produce. Because this workshop is developmental in nature, it will focus on trading ideas and practical tips for how to develop more impactful theories, depending on the contemporary organizational sites and phenomena under study. The intention will be to illustrate how different approaches may bolster qualitative research to provide richer and more interesting analyses that lead to more impactful theoretical contributions. This workshop may benefit researchers who, regardless of career stage, wish to explore and engage with the complexities of qualitative research. This PDW contributes to the Organization and Management Theory (OMT) division by providing a platform for active reflection for scholars interested in conducting more integrative and innovative research, cultivating more inclusive and contemporary research practices, and exploring unchartered territory around organizations and organizing.
Registration is not required and everyone is welcome to attend!