Case Study For Organization Behavior On Trust At Workplace

Based on the topic you (and your team) selected, you (or a team member) can do the following:

IDENTIFYING CHALLENGES 

Step 1: Find 10 articles related to the topic to finding the challenges to sustain growth.

Table 1: SUMMARY OF ARTICLES ON CHALLENGES FOR MANAGING PANDEMICS AT THE WORKPLACE

Author, Year

Title of Article

Research Problem

Research Design

Measurement & Scaling

Questionnaire Design

Sampling

Findings

Step 2: From the summary of findings of 10 articles from Table 1, classify the challenges into categories such as show in Table 2.

Table 2: IDENTIFIED CHALLENGES FOR MANAGING PANDEMICS AT THE WORKPLACE

Author, Year

FINANCIAL

COMPETITION

CUSTOMER   PREFERENCES

Investment cost

Access to loans

Talent

Competitive Advantage

Millennials

National Pride

Fusion Foods

IDENTIFYING RECOMMENDATIONS

Step 1: Find 10 articles related to the finding the recommendations to sustain growth.

Table 3: SUMMARY OF ARTICLES ON RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MANAGING PANDEMICS AT THE WORKPLACE

Author, Year

Title of Article

Research Problem

Research Design

Measurement &   Scaling

Questionnaire Design

Sampling

Findings

Step 2: From the summary of findings of 10 articles from Table 3, classify the recommendations into categories such as show in Table 4.

Table 4: IDENTIFIED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MANAGING PANDEMICS AT THE WORKPLACE

Author, Year

Recommendation   Category 1

Recommendation   Category 2

Recommendation   Category 3

Below is a different example, one that focuses on identifying the measurements of loyalty. Note there are two main categories of brand loyalty measures: behavioural and attitudinal.

Table 5: Loyalty Measures by Research Frequency

Year

Author

Behavioural Measures

Attitudinal Measures

Conative

Amount

Repurchase

Retention

Recency

Frequency

Sequence

Probability

Longevity

Advocacy

Satisfaction

Committed

Affective

Switching cost

1990

Hart et al.

X

1991

Aaker

X

X

X

1995

Jones & Sasser

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

1996

Meellens

X

X

X

X

1997

Oliver

X

1999

Sheth et al.

X

X

2000

Cuccia

X

X

2000

Stone et al.

X

X

X

2000

Hill & Alexander

X

X

2000

East et al.

X

X

X

X

2001

Julander & Soderlund

X

2001

Zins

X

2002

Vazquez et al.

X

2002

Coyles & Gokey

2002

Olsen

X

X

2004

Novo

X

X

X

2004

Garland & Gendall

X

X

2005

Rundle-Thiele

X

X

2006

Soderlund

X

X

X

Total

9

3

3

3

2

2

1

1

1

9

5

3

3

2

Percentage

47

16

16

16

11

11

5

5

5

47

26

16

16

11

You can sort the findings by frequency and percentage of concurrences among authors.

If you start collecting the information now, you will have a clearer idea how to finish your assignment. Start now. 

As secondary data research is existing information, you should start gathering the data from the start of the semester. 

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