This course on research methods for managers provides you with the key concepts, principles, strategies and skills you need to undertake research in the area of business and management. The investigative and analytical skills you gain from this course will be useful for both your current role and your future career since these are important skills which will help you solve many business and managerial problems.
This course is also of use if you want to learn how to write a dissertation.
here are ten sessions in total and you should plan to spend around one hour on each session.
There is no formal assessment for this course, but there are self-assessment opportunities throughout the course.
How This Course Will Benefit Your CareerBy the end of this course, you should be able to:evaluate the different methodologies employed in international management researchmake an informed choice of data collection methods for a given research area or research questiondesign and propose a viable research projectpresent research findings in a systematic manner and structure a dissertationformulate the methodology for a qualitative research projectformulate the methodology for a quantitative research project
When do I start?
Next available course
Detailed course information
The course consists of nine substantive sessions and one revision session:
Formulating research questions
Research methodology and tools
Qualitative methods – Part 1
Qualitative methods – Part 2
Quantitative Methods – Part 1 (Measurement, Scaling and Questionnaire Design)
Quantitative Methods – Part 2 (Questionnaire Design)
Quantitative Methods – Part 3 (Sampling and Design)
Quantitative Methods – Part 4 (Quantitative Data Analysis)
Email & Website
Phone & Location
- Olympia Mews