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I have been looking at various books on doctoral research and, while I had downloaded a few for my Kindle, they were mostly books on PhDs – helpful but I needed something more specific to professional doctorates. So yesterday I came across The Professional Doctorate by John Fulton, Judith Kuit, Gail Sanders and Peter Smith […]
Click here Dr Kahneman includes a fascinating story from his youth on underestimation. Of interest was the reference that a reason for the planning fallacy is a link to the Anchoring and Adjustment bias.
Read widely, develop a context for the research and write your literature review. Great article ‘How to complete a PhD successfully’. http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/journalism/research-degrees/articles/how-to-complete-a-phd
Sections Introduction The Public Sector Decision Making Summary Introduction According to a range of researchers, writers and psychologists, getting ideas down on paper (or via an iPhone as was the case with this post) helps the thought processes; so I wanted to set down the reasons for undertaking my doctoral program. This is my attempt […]
The purpose of this site was to put down certain notes when I was researching for my MA in Business. It never really took hold, but having commenced a doctoral programme, in Professional Practice, I have decided to try again. Purpose This site will be a home for comments on research papers I find, I already […]
In today’s public sector, organisational resources are at a premium; many rounds of savings, or budget reductions, have left structures at a point where the so-called ‘critical mass’ is under strain. By critical mass I refer to the point where organisational resources are being expended at a rate which maintains a forward momentum; falling below […]