Qualitative Methodology I by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville
• Why qualitative research? (core assumptions)
• When and for what? (research questions and designs)
• Introducing three types of qualitative approaches (grounded theory, cases, process theory)
• Grounded theory: data collection, analysis and theorizing
Qualitative Methodology II by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville
• Qualitative cases: data collection, analysis and theorizing.
• Process theorizing: data collection, analysis and theorizing.
• Comparing across the three types of qualitative approaches.
• Ensuring rigour and writing with qualitative data.
Mixed Research Methodology in Management Conference
Quantitative Methodology I (Multilevel Modeling): Professor Mo Wang
• Basic analytics
• Constructs and measurement
• Advanced topics (e.g., moderated mediation and mediated moderation in multilevel analyses)
Quantitative Methodology II (Longitudinal Data Analysis) by Professor Mo Wang
• Cross-lagged analysis
• Latent growth curve models
• Latent change score models
Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville contributes to organisation theory through in-depth studies of how people work from within to change organisations, communities, and occupations. By focusing on the processes through which people seek change, her scholarship advances theoretical understanding of organisational routines, culture, identity, and identification. Reflecting her interest in change around issues of social and environmental import, Jennifer’s work also contributes to an interdisciplinary scholarly conversation on business and the natural environment. She is recognised as a leading qualitative researcher with a focus on process theorising, and frequently presents on these topics at business schools, conferences and junior scholar academies. She served as Associate Editor of the Academy of Management Journal (2013-2016). She serves as an Editorial Review Board Member of the Academy of Management Journal (since 2010), Organization Science (2009-2013), and Organization & Environment (since 2011).
Dr. Mo Wang specializes in research areas of retirement and older worker employment, expatriate and newcomer adjustment, occupational health psychology, leadership and team processes, and advanced quantitative methodologies. He received numerous awards such as Academy of Management HR Division Scholarly Achievement Award (2008), Careers Division Best Paper Award (2009), Early Career Contribution/Achievement Awards from American Psychological Association (2013), Academy of Management’s HR Division (2011) and Research Methods Division (2011). He serves as the Editor-in-Chief for Work, Aging, and Retirement and an Associate Editor for Journal of Applied Psychology. Dr. Wang is the President of Society for Occupational Health Psychology (2014-2015) and the Director for the Science of Organizations Program at National Science Foundation (2014-2015).