You can click here to view the video recording of this event.
You can click here to view supplemental materials on (1) writing inductive, qualitative papers and (2) tips for coauthoring from Daisy Chung.
We communicate our research through our writing. Even research that has been carefully planned and skillfully executed cannot advance theory or practice until it has been thoughtfully and convincingly written. However, despite the importance of writing for advancing our research, starting a draft can be a daunting step for junior scholars. Furthermore, after “finishing” a draft, we are often tasked with incorporating feedback from other scholars—even further complicating the writing process. Thus, having addressed the “first steps” in the research process during our last virtual research discussion, we now turn our attention to writing (and re-writing) our research papers.
Please join us for this virtual research discussion on Wednesday, March 2nd from 10:00 until 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time.
Also, please RSVP here by February 23rd to ensure you receive the Zoom link for the event.
The ASQ Blog Organizers
Danielle Bovenberg – UC Santa Barbara, Technology Management
Maggie Cascadden – University of Alberta, Alberta School of Business
Yun Ha Cho – University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
Luke Hedden – Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Abraham Oshotse – Stanford University, Graduate School of Business