1/ I read Ferguson (2016) Lessons learned from using shadowing as a qualitative research technique in Education Continue reading “Lessons Learned from Using Shadowing as a Qualitative Research Technique in Education: An Article Summary”
Per today’s #DailyCreate #tdc1472 related to #Western106, we are encouraged to consider the maxim:
An old Western saying tells us not to approach a bull from the front, nor a horse from the rear. It also tells us not to approach a fool from either side.
I think we should avoid bulls Continue reading “Suffer Neither Bull Nor Fools!”
Getting the week off with some research reading and summarizing via #5Papers, I wanted to dive back into my world of qualitative inquiry with Continue reading “Speculating on the Future of Digital Tools for Qualitative Research: An Article Summary”
Leave it to those pesky #western106 folks to demand (ok, challenge us) to write a verse of the lousy song Home on the Range. Lousy insofar as I could never relate to the song at all; a home on the range never appealed to me. In fact, it downright terrifies me, but that is for another post. Perhaps.
I was attracted to this article because it links my work in liminality (that in-between period, as in a rite of passage) with organizational studies, specifically via creative knowledge-sharing. What could be better than that for #5Papers?
1/ Today I read Swan, Scarbrough, & Ziebro (2015) Liminal roles as a source of creative agency in management: Continue reading “Liminal Roles as a Source of Creative Agency in Management: An Article Summary”