|Title||Finding the Themes Related to Designing Learning for Post-Experience, Management Professionals: How to Conduct Qualitative Research|
The current landscape of management learning literature, concerned with curriculum design, (and more specifically postgraduate level management learning) is reviewed by drawing from several eminent works within this domain of study, to identify the points being made overall and then to draw out the key themes. The process by which this is conducted is defined to provide a structure and framework in an applied example of literature theming at postgraduate level research. It indicates how to explore the extent of what is presently understood within a discipline area and how to determine the further explorations to be undertaken. The author contributes to the important debate on how we can demystify qualitative research in the domain of social science and applies this to how we can explore Higher Education’s responsiveness to the curriculum needs of post-experience, management professionals.
|Keywords||qualitative research methods, postgraduate educational research, theming literature, management learning, curriculum design and pedagogy|
|Conference||WORLD CONFERENCE ON QUALITATIVE RESEARCH|
|Published||29 Oct 2018|
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||https://proceedings.wcqr.info/index.php/wcqr2018/article/view/183|