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CARMA Research Methods Short Courses at UniSA

  • 1.  CARMA Research Methods Short Courses at UniSA

    Posted 13 days ago

    Dear OB Colleagues,

    We are pleased to announce the November 2018 CARMA short courses at the University of South Australia.  Please share the information with your colleagues and students, and join us if you can!

    Warm regards,

    Carol Kulik

     

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    CARMA Research Methods Short Courses at UniSA

    The School of Management is pleased to host short courses offered by the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA). Two courses delivered by international experts in research methodology will be offered in November 2018.


    This is a great opportunity to practice and develop your skills in research methods and meet some of the greatest names in the field. Don't miss the chance to learn best practice from international experts.

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    SESSION 1 – NOVEMBER 12-14 (2.5 days)

    Qualitative Analysis of Organisational Change
    Professor Jean Bartunek, Boston College, USA

    Course Description: This short course concerns exploration and critique of qualitative approaches that may be used to study change within organisations from a somewhat mezzo perspective. Course topics will include several types of change that may occur within organisations, including action research/planned change, organisational learning, and dialectical/paradoxical change.
    Full course description here

    Watch Jean's intro video here

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    SESSION 2 - NOVEMBER 14-16 (2.5 days)

    Advanced Regression Analysis
    Associate Professor Lisa Lambert, Oklahoma State University, USA

    Course Description: For decades, difference scores have been used in studies of fit, similarity, and agreement in organisational research. This short course will review problems with difference scores, introduce polynomial regression and response surface methodology, and illustrate the application of these methods using empirical examples.
    Full course description here

    Watch Lisa's intro video here

    When

    12-16 November 2018

    Time

    9:00am - 5:30pm

    Location

    North Terrace, UniSA City West Campus [ view map ]

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    Cost and Registration

    Staff and students from CARMA member institutions can enrol in each session at the discounted fee of US$450 (staff) and US$350 (students).
    Non-CARMA member institution fees are US$900 (staff) and US$700 (students).

    Enrol in both sessions to receive US$75 off the total price.

    For further information contact
    Prof Carol Kulik
    ph. +61 8 830 27378
    Carol.Kulik@unisa.edu.au

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