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In what ways would qualitative methods comprehend the importance of the collected information as it relates to change in an organization? How would variables such as behaviors and attitudes play an overall role?

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Qualitative methods and the importance of collected information, relationship to change in organization
i) First: Qualitative methods offer in depth analysis of the data collected. They provide more than a snapshot but a comprehensive, detailed look at the problem.
Second: Qualitative methods offer the ability to study a specific change in your organization such as new work group or implementation of a new strategy.

ii) For example: evaluating a new policy in ...

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This solution provides examples of qualitative methods that are useful to measure change in organizations. It also provides an explanation about how variables such as behavior and attitudes measure change.

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