. Different Types of knowledge
1. Procedural or Declarative Knowledge
The first distinction is that between declarative knowledge and procedural knowledge. Declarative knowledge focuses on beliefs about relationship among variables. For example, greater price charged for a product would cause reduction in number of sales. Declarative knowledge can be stated in the expected corr
research in a way that the requisite data can be gathered and analyzed to arrive at solution. We will follow the six basic aspects to design our research. They are the purpose of the study, the types of investigation, the extent of researcher interference, the study setting, the unit of analysis, the time horizon of the study.
Purpose of the study: Hypotheses testing
We want to explain the re
When to Use Mixed Methods Designs?
A. When both quantitative and qualitative data, together, provide a better understanding of your research problem than either type byitself.
B. When one type of research (qualitative or quantitative) is not enough to address there search problem or answer the research questions.
C. To incorporate a qualitative component into an otherwise quantitat
4. Research Questions
a. What motivates customers to use FedEx Kinko’s international shipping services?
b. What factors or features make FedEx Kinko’s international shipping services different from other competitors?
c. What is the most effective way to communicate with our key public?
5. Research Program Design
A. Type of methodology
As a quantitative research, we h
Strategic alliance is increasing all over the world!
< The results of research in 2006 by Vantage Co. >
Strategic alliance cases have increased 25% every year
since the mid-1985s.
There are many types of strategic alliances.
The form of Strategic alliance is continually changing.
What does COLLABORATION mean?
:The collaboration means the strategic alliance typically betwe