Theorizing Based on Design Science Research in Management Research

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Design Science Research (DSR) has emerged as a promising methodological approach for addressing complex, real-world problems in management research. This approach emphasizes the development of innovative and practical solutions to organizational challenges, while simultaneously contributing to theoretical knowledge. By focusing on solving problems through designing, creating, and evaluating artifacts, DSR offers researchers an opportunity to … Read more

Theorizing based on a DSR or Delphi study

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Introduction Iterative methods in research have become increasingly important in recent years, particularly in the field of Design Science Research (DSR) and the Delphi Method. These methods allow for developing and refining artifacts or models through iteration, reflection, and revision. Not enough researchers theorize as fully as they could. This section will provide an overview … Read more

Thematic Analysis and Causal Loop Diagrams (CLDs) for Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA)

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Thematic coding and causal loop diagrams are two powerful tools that, when used together, provide an incredibly deep understanding of complex systems. These methods are essential for qualitative research analysis in management and business phenomena. Thematic coding is a process that involves identifying key concepts within the data and grouping them into themes. This process … Read more