The Impact Of Employee Motivation And Performance During Mergers And Acquisitions

1437 Words Sep 27th, 2015 6 Pages
This research will be carried out by examining the situation in a detached manner. This is not an easy task. Values as well as personal views could definitely influence the hypothesis. The nature of the research question could create hidden bias is in terms of preferences or believes which could skew the results, often unconsciously, to the intended result. From the design of the question, development of the sampling strategy and prioritizing of the correlations within the results data set could all be influenced by our perception. Therefore, to design a good research project self-awareness, suppression of strong views and preferences, and building sufficient checks and balances are critical.

To arrive at an unbiased conclusion different techniques can be utilized for researching my topic “the impact on employee motivation and performance during mergers and acquisitions“. As my research requires inputs from different people in different capacities at different locations and also information about the company and its performance, I will have to utilize a combination of methodologies for data collection. The methods I would be utilizing include questionnaires or surveys, structured interviews and desk research. The desk research would include prior studies and internal and external reports that analyses the performance of the organization before, during and after the periods of transition.

In spite of using the best techniques and research methodology, it is quite difficult…
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