At the core of many fields of study is the domain of organisational research. In business administration, for example, a question might be how different organisations are performing based upon their structure or hierarchy. In communication science and psychology, one might investigate how hierarchy is translated in worker satisfaction or how new technological advances impact interpersonal communication. Popular areas of study within the domain of organisational research include qualitative and quantitative research, logistics and participatory research. Due to the psychological nature of the domain, many methodologies include recordings, simulations and observations. We have our own recording equipment, aps and simulation platform especially for this purpose.

Participatory research

The area of participatory research has a long history in the social sciences, its uses ranging from anthropology to the domain of organizational research. It…
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Logistics

The domain of logistics focuses on the use and handling of data. Common methodologies include the use of simulation and visualization.
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Quantitative research

Organizations can provide the researcher with many types of quantitative data. Think of large volumes of e-mails, texts or recordings of meetings. The BMS lab…
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Qualitative research

Qualitative research is common within the social sciences. When individual input, nuance or expertise is too important or the research model is exploratory, you will…
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Mystery shopping

Mystery shopping is a true and tested method within the area of participatory research. It is a method of testing services or systems that is…
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Pilot evaluation studies

In the domain of participatory research pilots form an important tool for researchers. Their evaluation can be complex due to the many facets of pilot…
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