Pride, Ethics, Trust, Too Early, and Money: What Stops You from Getting Support?

Recently, a prospective client told me he was not prepped for his comps, and sure enough, just 2 of 15 in his cohort (13%) passed their comps. I then asked if he was prepped for his dissertation. Nope. Well one doesn’t have to be a student of history to know how this story turns out.

The Art of the Semi-Structured Interview Part 2: Tips for a Successful Interview

In Part 1 of this blog series, I discussed how to develop an effective semi-structured interview protocol. In it, I gave pointers on developing your questions and your probing questions, and testing these with someone to ensure that they make sense. Here, I would like to turn to the interview itself, and provide you with

What’s in the Background?

Tips and Tricks for Time Management: Part 1

Cronbach’s Alpha

Can an Ordinal Likert Scale be a Continuous Variable?

What are Focus Group Interviews and Why Should I Conduct Them?

The Case of the Missing Reference

Capella Research Plan Section 5.4: Measurements/Instruments

Adding Length to the Results Chapter

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