Zoom Logo

MSR Zoom Program: Qualitative Research Methods: "The Most Basic Method of All"- with Bob Quinn; Host: Tom Culham, MSR Representative at Large - Research, 7/22/2019 - Shared screen with speaker view
Frank Markow
27:42
cannot hear audio..
Frank Markow
28:10
got it..
Tom Culham
31:04
Everyone please mute your audio. Thanks
jkucher
32:53
Julia please mute
gfarias
33:12
will the person typing please mute your mike... thanks
matthewwilson
33:49
Tom can you interject and have Julia mute?
gfarias
48:57
someone is still not muted
Jagebhardt
59:43
How did you identify the factors/issues in each of the three categoreis?
gfarias
01:00:45
How do we get the young undergrad to the fundamental state of learning that will last?
Jagebhardt
01:02:39
How does your definition ('personal crisis') / transformation correlate with Benni's work on 'crucibles of leadreship'?
Ken Gerhart
01:02:45
Is social excellence a function of individ personal mastery a la Senge (1990)?
Jagebhardt
01:02:46
Bennis
Julia Storberg-Walker
01:04:46
Fascinating ideas, I’m so grateful for your work. My question: the ‘normal assumptions’ listed on the slide could be considered ‘normal’ for a particular culture with shared values, norms and expectations. This to me is the dominant culture in the US. Can you speak to how your ideas translate to multi-cultural organizational and societal contexts? Thank you.
gfarias
01:12:47
How do you enable to students to focus on purpose when they are preoccupied with survival?
Angela Chen
01:15:50
How do I get my faculty to change if I’m just a PhD student? We had a new student orientation today and one of the senior professors used language of fear and told the students not to take risks. It scared them and created anxiety in them.
Frank Markow
01:17:23
Your initial model showed had four quadrants, with internal / external axis, focus axis. Looks similar to your Competing Values framework.. thus, do we as individuals have a sense of “competing values” that we wrestle with, a tension we have to live with..?
gfarias
01:18:31
Tom, will the slides and the recording be shared?
Marianne
01:25:56
Thank you! I am so appreciative of your work. This makes me smile. Thank you so much.
Ken Gerhart
01:27:21
Thanks Tom. I'm a 2nd year PhD student after 37 years as an investment banker.
Frank Markow
01:28:36
thank you
Ken Gerhart
01:31:23
Excellent presentation. Thanks, again.
Angela Chen
01:31:23
This session was amazing. Thank you so much!
Frank Markow
01:31:40
Very good, thanks all
Julia Storberg-Walker
01:31:50
What a wonderful session. Thank you SO MUCH!!!
Marianne
01:32:40
Let's do this again!
gfarias
01:32:45
thank you
Julia Storberg-Walker
01:32:55
THANK YOU
Maarten de Haas
01:33:06
Thank you so much