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University Private Personal Tuition in HRM, Organisational Behaviour, Business Management, Research Design, Interview Design Dissertation Writing, Thesis Writing, Viva Preparation, Essay Writing, Data Analysis, Report Writing, Abstract Writing, Executive Summaries, Survey Design, Conduct and Analysis, Supervising Research, Supervising Dissertations, Thesis Supervision, Conducting Surveys.

We offer Research Support or Research Coaching in Research Design, Literature Review, Instrument Design, Data Elicitation Or Data Collection, Data Analysis, Data Interpretation, Data Communication, Report Writing Or Research Presentation, Research Project Supervision, Postgraduate Research Supervision, Doctoral Research Supervision, Workplace Surveys, Interview Design, Questionnaire Design, Research Project Topic Formulation.

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute's Research Coaching Service. Research project coaching, research project topic formulation coaching, research design coaching, research data elicitation coaching, research instrument design coaching, research project execution design, research questionnaires design coaching, research project management coaching, research interview coaching, research data analysis coaching, research data interpreting (interpretation) coaching, research findings interpretation coaching, complete research methodology coaching, research literature review coaching, coaching in research paper writing, research project review coaching, research supervision coaching. 

Research Coaching through Postgraduate Research Training Course or Seminar – Research Methods Training and Research Project Management Training Seminar or Public Training Course. Research Project: Design, Conduct & Report Seminar or Public Course. A Postgraduate Level Research Methods Training Seminar or Public Training Course and In-house Training Course is Organised and Delivered by HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute. This Postgraduate Research Training Course or Training Seminar – Research Methods Training and Research Project Management Training Seminar or Public Training Course leads to Diploma - Postgraduate - in Research Project Management.

Having Problems With Your Research Project?

Do You need Help in Deciding on, or Formulating, a Topic for Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help with Research Design?

Do You Need Help To Design the Data Elicitation Instrument for Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help to Design Questionnaires for Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help to Design Interview Schedules for Your Research Project?

Do You Need a Data Analysis Tool for Your Research Project?

Do You need Help With the Data Analysis for Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help Interpreting The Findings of Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help With Any Aspect of Research Methodology for Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help to Make Sense of Your Literature Review for Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help To Write Up the Report of Your Research Project?

Do You Need Help With Research Supervision?

If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then -
 

Here Is A Welcome Solution!!

The research training that HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute has been offering Research Advisory Service to individuals and organisations for several years (in excess of 20 years). It assumes that organisations (organizations) would like the training to be provided for groups of people, simultaneously. In addition, while it has been providing  Supervisory Service and Advisory Service on all aspects of research; these had generally been confined to large research projects. However, over the past few months,  HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute has been inundated with requests from individuals for research training. In response to these requests, HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute is now extending the research training service to individuals - hence its research coaching service. The individuals needing research coaching might be tasked with the responsibility for conducting research, as part of their organisational roles, or have a genuine interest in the process. Individuals embarking on dissertations and theses will find the research coaching service complementary to their supervisors' input. The research coaching is intended to provide advice on all aspects of research. The service is timely  for Doctorial students, particularly in view of the UK requirement for demonstrable research skills for all doctoral students.


As part of the research training, research trainees may analyse data that they already hold, or have access to, elicit primary data or utilise any data originating with HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute's Empirical Research. The qquantitative methodological tools of analysis range from tally sheets and excel to SPSS or ML3. All aspects of research is covered, clients being in a position to select the aspect of service that meets their specific needs. The research coaching service, therefore, incorporates training in:

Research design;

Literature review;

Instrument design;

Data elicitation or data collection;

Data analysis;

Data interpretation;

Data communication;

Report writing or research presentation;

Research Project Supervision;

Postgraduate Research Supervision;

Doctoral Research Supervision;

Workplace Surveys;

Interview Design;

Questionnaire Design;

Research Support;

Research Project topic Formulation.

Research Design incorporates Decisions on:

Broad research methodology - qualitative research methods, quantitative research method;

Establishment of research hypotheses;

Population selection;

Experimental design;

Sampling frame;

Research sample;

Sampling techniques;

Decision on probability levels, where appropriate;

Deciding on the relevant literature to be reviewed.

Literature review is probably one of the most difficult aspect of the research for most students. Human Resource and Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) helps researchers to develop critical and analytical approaches to the review of literature. This aspect of the research training process in complemented by training in information search or information retrieval. Citation and referencing are also incorporated in this aspect of research training, using both Harvard referencing variations and the American Psychological Association (APA) system - as specified in 5th edition of the APA Manual.


Instrument Design incorporates:

Questionnaire design or interview design;

Question design - closed-ended questions, open-ended questions, methods of avoiding forced choice;

Observation checklist;

Focus group guide;

Guide to hypothesis testing;

Response scales;

Document checklist;

Devising a system or systems for documentary analysis and, or, conversational analysis;

Methods or research triangulation.

For data elicitation, HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute helps trainee researchers to make use of the instruments that they have designed. The will be able to conduct experiments, undertake observations, administer questionnaires, conduct interviews and complete rating scales.

For data analysis, HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute helps research trainees to convert data into information. This means using the appropriate analytical tools, in such a way that the data that is elicited becomes meaningful to the researcher and potential readers and, or, users. This aspect of research coaching extends to experimental analysis, analysis and chi-square analysis - with decisions regarding the acceptance of null hypothesis, rejection of the null hypothesis, or acceptance of the alternative hypothesis.


The development of skills in data interpretation means that research trainees will be able to contextualise the information. They will determine what the information really means, from an analytical perspective. For example, they will determine what the rejection of the null hypothesis and acceptance of the alternative hypothesis means for the issue being addressed. It may mean that where probability indicates that there is no significant difference between the variables being addressed, where there is there is an established premise that there normally is a difference, there needs to be an understanding of what this evidence really means. In analysing the dialogue and interaction at meetings or in the corridors, the research trainee needs to establish the trends or patterns, which these interactions represent - incorporating the norms and values that they embrace or that are significant features.

The communication of the background, conceptual, analytical and empirical information is a crucial aspect of the research process. Human Resource and Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute helps research trainees to write in a form of speech that is easy to understand and one that conveys the information in the most forceful way - designed to have maximum impact on readers. Guidance is given in the choice of tables and  figures, in conformity with established standards. This means interpreting the style guides. Condensing a great deal of information in just a few pages is yet another task - requiring a succinct writing style. Even then substantiating of the claims made is of paramount importance, that might necessitate the use of verbatim and chi-square results, etc. - elements of report writing that HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute.

 

Research Project Management

Users usually place a great deal of reliance on research findings. Unfortunately, they are not always credible. Irrespective of the size of a research project, its findings should be irrefutable - facilitating replication. Refutation can be averted if the  research project is effectively designed and expertly conducted - while adhering to high ethical standards. The accomplishment of these ideals is contingent on a number of factors. These factors include:

 

The Appropriateness of General & Specific Research Methodologies

The Soundness of Data Elicitation Techniques employed in the research

The Accuracy of Data Analysis

The Effectiveness of the  Interpretation of the data, derived from the research

The Clarity of The Research Report

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute has immense research expertise to undertake research, supervise research and advise clients on all aspects of the research process. It can undertake social research of any population size, sampling unit and duration. Its expertise incorporates both qualitative research and quantitative research strategies. The consultancy undertakes full-scale social research and business research and provides research advice and research supervision to clients. It provides full research training or partial research training for individuals and groups. The research services that it provides to individuals and organisations can be summarized as:

Conduct of Full-scale Research

Supervisory and Advisory Services On The Following:

Research Design

Data Elicitation Techniques

Data Analysis and Interpretation

Presentation of Research Findings

Report Writing

Advice on the Implementation of Recommendations emerging from the research. Implementation of recommendations emerging from the research.

Research Training Course

Postgraduate Research Training Course or Seminar – Research Methods Training and Research Project Management Training Seminar or Public Training Course. Research Project: Design, Conduct & Report Seminar or Public Course. A Postgraduate Level Research Methods Training Seminar or Public Training Course and In-house Training Course is Organised and Delivered by HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute This Postgraduate Research Training Course or Training Seminar – Research Methods Training and Research Project Management Training Seminar or Public Training Course leads to HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute - in Research Project Management

Course Number 007 - Research Project: Design, Conduct and Report Course/ Seminar/ Training, Leading to Diploma - Postgraduate in Research Project Management. Contents include Research Design, Sources of Information, Secondary Sources of Information, Primary Sources of Information, Broad Research Area, Preliminary Readings, Narrowing the Field, Initial Literature Review, Relevant Primary Sources of Information, Techniques of the Literature Review, Recording Information from Literature Review, Citations and their Conventions, Literature Review as the basis for Conceptual Framework, Literature Review as Empirical Pointers, Choosing The Empirical Data Elicitation Methods, Exploring the Qualitative Approaches to Data Elicitation, Quantitative Approaches to Data Elicitation: Their Value and Practical Issues, Triangulating’ The Methodology, Employing Data Elicitation Techniques, Employing Surveys as a Research Tool, Cross-Sectional Surveys, Longitudinal Surveys, Participant Observation as a Qualitative Data Elicitation Tool, Enacting the Complete Observer Role, Contextualising the Complete Participant Role, The Participant-Observer Role, Being an Observer-Participant Role, The Practicality of the ‘Complete Participant as Observer’ Role, Conversation Analysis, Conversation Analysis as Qualitative Methodological Technique,

 

Quantifying Conversation Analysis, Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Conversation Analysis, Documentary Analysis, Documentary Analysis as Qualitative Methodological Technique, Quantifying Documentary Analysis, Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Documentary Analysis, Focus Groups, Optimising Focus Group Size, Constituting Focus Groups, Operationalising Focus Groups, Quantifying Focus Group Responses, Analysing Focus Group Output, Validating Focus Groups in Ethnographic Research, Interviews and Questionnaires as Data Elicitation Techniques in Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies, Distinguishing between Interviews and Questionnaires, Positive Issues associated with the use of Questionnaires, Negative Issues associated with the use of Questionnaires, Positive Issues associated with the use of Interviews, Negative Issues associated with the use of Interviews, Using SPSS Package, Using Excel Package, Data Interpretation, Making Sense of The Information, Identifying ‘Trends’ & ‘Patterns’ in Information, Arriving At Conclusions, Reporting The Findings, Reporting Styles, Using The Evidence, Use of Visual Representations, Generating Graphs & Charts From Tables, Managing Research Projects, Project Planning, Generating Project Roles, Realistic Project Costing, Monitoring & Continuous Evaluation, The Interim Reports, Writing a Research, Proposal, Establishing Research Objectives, Identifying & Defining The Research Problem, The Synopsis, Ethical Concerns in the Formulation & Conduct of Research

 

Programme Co-ordinator:        

Prof. Dr. R. B. Crawford is Course Coordinator. He is the Director of HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute, A Postgraduate-Only Institution. He has the following Qualifications and Affiliations:

Doctor of Philosophy {(PhD) {University College London (UCL) - University of London)};

MEd Management (University of Bath);

Postgraduate (Advanced) Diploma Science Teacher Ed. (University of Bristol);

Postgraduate Certificate in Information Systems (University of West London, formerly Thames Valley University);

Diploma in Doctoral Research Supervision, (University of Wolverhampton);

Teaching Certificate;

Fellow of the Institute of Management Specialists;

Human Resources Specialist, of the Institute of Management Specialists;

Member of the Asian Academy of Management (MAAM);

Member of the International Society of Gesture Studies (MISGS);

Member of the Standing Council for Organisational Symbolism (MSCOS);

Member of ResearchGate;

Executive Member of Academy of Management (AOM). There, his contribution incorporates the judging of competitions, review of journal articles, and guiding the development of conference papers. He also contributes to the Disciplines of:

Human Resources;

Organization and Management Theory;

Organization Development and Change;

Research Methods;

Conflict Management;

Organizational Behavior;

Management Consulting;

Gender & Diversity in Organizations; and

Critical Management Studies.

Professor Dr. Crawford has been an Academic in the following UK Universities:

University of London (Royal Holloway), as Research Tutor;

University of Greenwich (Business School), as Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management;

University of Wolverhampton, (Wolverhampton Business School), as Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management;

London Southbank University (Business School), as Lecturer and Unit Leader.

His responsibilities in these roles included:

Doctoral Research Supervisor;

Admissions Tutor;

Postgraduate and Undergraduate Dissertation Supervisor;

Programme Leader;

Personal Tutor.

 

Last modified: 08/13/20