Useful Research is designed to discuss the legitimacy and importance of conducting useful research to benefit both theory and practice in the field of organizational and management research. It examines how useful research can be achieved and it argues that in order to keep organizational research relevant to theory and practice, the approach must deviate from the orthodoxy of positivistic research approaches. The contributing authors were selected for their demonstrated ability to conduct useful research, and they bring their unique professional experience to their chapters by describing the choices they make and the tactics they employ. The core message of this book is that in order to conduct research that is useful, researchers must learn from practice and intentionally position their work so that it finds a pathway to practice. While each chapter can stand alone, the book is crafted to provide multiple complementary perspectives on the topic of useful research. It does...

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