Introduces key theoretical and epistemological concepts replete with historical and current real-world examples. Author Jerry W. Willis provides an invaluable resource to guide the critical and qualitative inquiry process written in an accessible and non-intimidating style that brings these otherwise difficult concepts to life.
Kathleen Patterson, Fellow in the Regent University Center for Leadership Studies, contributed to this chapter.
The values of members of organizations have received increased attention as the source of both what is wrong and what is right about companies. For example, performance differences between Japanese and American ...