Breakthrough Organizational Research, Data, and Analytics

Organizational Research, Data, and Analytics

The best research efforts in the world are never complete, they should lead to more questions than they did answers. Exceptional research fuels curiosity, it should open the way for something far more impactful, and this repeatedly leads to the types of discoveries that transform organizations to eventually change the course of human history.

The team is committed to advancing and disseminating techniques for the collection, evaluation, and interpretation of information pertinent to effective investigation & scholarship within organizations. We place a major emphasis on the identification, systematic development, and application of appropriate qualitative and quantitative research methods (both new and current) within organizations.

Organizational Research & Analytics

We are driven by this insatiable desire to change the trajectory of organizations towards their ideal world. We aim in our organizational research, analysis, and data science practices to develop critical & pragmatic inferences to make better business decisions. To generate radical alternatives to the status quo.

Organizational Research & Analytics (ORA)

The ORA division is devoted to mixed-methodological empirical research, data science & analytics, theory development, and practical & tactical application concerning all forms of organizational research.

 The ORA team focuses on the processes and outcomes of organizational change, transformation, and development at the individual, group, organizational, and institutional levels using mixed methodological research, and theoretically grounded concepts.

What we fundamentally explore....

  • The causes & dynamics of different forms and types of change, such as emergent change, evolutionary change, planned change, continuous change, and strategic change;
  • The forms, processes, and types of interventions—e.g. individual, group, and large scale—and the factors that influence their use and effectiveness;
  • The leadership and facilitation of organization change and development, such as forms and functions of leadership; leaders’ approaches, behaviors, and activities of leaders and change agents; leadership and change agent effectiveness, and the contextual factors that influence these;
  • The reactions and responses of people to change such as readiness for change, engagement in change, and resistance to change and the individual, interpersonal, and organizational factors that contribute to these responses and reactions;
  • The impact of contexts, such as organizational type, industry structure and dynamics, institutions, and nationality on the content and processes of organization change and development;
  • The integration of change outcomes such as human-social, financial, and environmental as system goals and measures of success;
  • The development of paradigms and methods that address values such as sustainability, justice, dignity, and integrity in ODC contexts and generate ethical, positive, and meaningful contributions as they relate to organizational change and its processes. 

Some of our fundamental approaches to organizational research include:

Organizational Research & Analytics (ORA)

Major Quantitative Approaches:

Including: Cross-cultural and comparative methods, experimental and non-experimental research design, quasi-experimental research design, pilot & scale-able practical implementation, and survey & focus group research.

Organizational Research & Analytics (ORA)

Major Qualitative Approaches:

Including: discourse analysis, ethnography, impact analysis, evaluative & observational research, grounded theory approach, historical analysis, textual analysis.

Organizational Research & Analytics (ORA)

Major Statistical and Analytic Approaches:

Including: Predictive & prescriptive modeling, causal mapping, construct validation, measurement development and evaluation, and statistical modeling techniques.

We create, develop, and execute radical & forward-thinking solutions, designed to solve some of the world's most difficult problems.

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