This paper explores what may be distinctive about management research undertaken from a perspective on management learning. There are some general principles that influence research in this field and the author sets these in relation to key issues that seem to have a particular influence on the learning process. The objective is to present a framework of questions which might particularly represent aspects of research within management learning, and the general phrase used to depict this framework is the notion of ‘research as learning’. Such an approach is interested in the integration of specific dynamics that are part of the processes of both research and learning. The paper describes how these dynamics can be utilized in the process of management research, placing specific emphasis on what learning means within, and how it affects the practice of, research in management learning.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Decision Sciences(all)
- Strategy and Management
- Management of Technology and Innovation