ERIM/CentER Workshop on Information Management Research


Aims

This course is intended for Ph.D. candidates in the field of information management (IM) and information systems (IS). The main objective of this course is to improve the Ph.D. research process and research plan of the participating Ph.D. candidates.

To improve the Ph.D. research process and plan we will:

  • Discuss the dominant theoretical schools and empirical research approaches in the different subfields of information management.
  • Discuss methodological aspects of empirical and design oriented research in information management.
  • Discuss how to manage your Ph.D. project.

Information

This course is intended for Ph.D. candidates in the field of information management (IM) and information systems (IS). The main objective of this course is to improve the Ph.D. research process and research plan of the participating Ph.D. candidates.

To improve the Ph.D. research process and plan we will:

  • Discuss the dominant theoretical schools and empirical research approaches in the different subfields of information management.
  • Discuss methodological aspects of empirical and design oriented research in information management.
  • Discuss how to manage your Ph.D. project.

Assignment

Assignments, quality research proposal, quality presentation

Materials

Reader Information Management Research

Additional info

Entry requirements:

The course especially aims at Ph.D. candidates in the field of information management and information systems. All candidates have studied the basic literature on information management (Laudon & Laudon). Candidates have followed general Ph.D. courses in Research Methodology or Methodology of Research and Design with success. In case you were not able to follow the introductory research methodology courses, the candidate has to prove to the course directors an equivalent level of research methodology by submitting a detailed overview of the followed research methodology courses.

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More information and detailed timetables can be found here.

ERIM PhD candidates and Research Master students can register for this course via SIN Online.

External (non-ERIM) participants are welcome to this course. To register, please fill in the registration form and e-mail it to miizuka@rsm.nl by four weeks prior to the start of the course. Please note that the number of places for this course is limited. For external participants, the course fee is 260 euro per ECTS credit.