Thu, 11 Mar | CGSB P01.212:LT

Qualitative Research: A practical introduction into the art of getting lost

Do you wish to conduct qualitative research but feel lost during the analysis or don’t know how to get started?
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Qualitative Research: A practical introduction into the art of getting lost

Time & Location

11 Mar, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
CGSB P01.212:LT, 78 Murray Street, Perth WA, Australia

About the Event

Do you wish to conduct qualitative research but feel lost during the analysis or don’t know how to get started? In this FOWI Academy session we aim to cover the when, how, and what of qualitative research. Specifically, we will provide a basic overview of qualitative methods used to analyse non-numerical data—typically spoken or written text—and deep-dive into some common tools and techniques (e.g., thematic coding). This session will be hands-on including demonstrations and exercises to help you translate the qualitative tools into practice. During the presentation we will be sharing tips and lessons-learned from our own experience with conducting qualitative research. The final part of the session will be open for addressing questions regarding the challenges you have come across in conducting and publishing qualitative research and for reflecting on how qualitative approaches could enhance your own research.

About the Presenters

  • Dr Giverny De Boeck is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Transformative Work Design at the Curtin Future of Work Institute. Her interests include talent management, work meaningfulness, work design, and identity. She has published her research in Journal of Organizational  Behaviour and Journal of Management Studies and is currently using qualitative methods to study organisational change.
  • Dr Georgia Hay is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Transformative Work Design. Her research focuses on the antecedents of work design and the dynamics of teamwork in multi-professional contexts, particularly in healthcare and entrepreneurship. She has conducted over 180 semi-structured interviews and published her qualitative research in journals including Human Relations.

Venue

RSVP to Diane Garnham is essential (diane.garnham@curtin.edu.au)

  • In person: Curtin Graduate School of Business P01.212:LT
  • Online: Online attendance will be via WebEx. The link will be emailed the day prior to the event.  

About the Future of Work Institute (FOWI) Academy

​The FOWI Academy is an informal program of learning, designed for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) within the domains of Management, Organisational Psychology and Organisational Behaviour. People from other disciplines and all career stages are welcome to join at any stage. For more information, click here.

About the Future of Work Institute

The Future of Work Institute promotes productive and meaningful work as an essential foundation of a healthy economy and society. The Institute is located within the Curtin Business School at Curtin University. For more information, click here.

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