27 June 2016
San Francesco - Via della Quarquonia 1 (Classroom 1 )
Our seminar will open with an overview of perspectives on Temporary organizations. Students will be encouraged to examine how the various theoretic perspectives and dominant research questions in the temporary organizing literature can provide the basis for each student to create a research proposal to pursue a set of research questions related to their individual scholarly interests. Professor leads discussion of state of art of research in Temporary Organizing and identifies research methodological gaps in both qualitative and quantitative studies. Students discuss self selected quantitative and qualitative methodologies based on their own skills and methodological preferences. This discussion is also intended to allow for exploring methodological choices for student proposals.