Q Methodology for the Active Process of Knowledge Management

By Joseph Meloche, Helen Hasan and Michelle Mok.

Published by The Organization Collection

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A Q Methodological Study of an Intensive Care, Web Based Information Service to facilitate knowledge sharing through the development of Knowledge Management based design for the service using Zing technology.

Keywords: Knowledge Management, Q Methodology, Intensive Care Unit, Health Information Services, Australia

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.13-18. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.942MB).

Dr. Joseph Meloche

My research considers the views and understandings that people hold in regard to their activities. This approach has led me in the use of associated literature and methodologies including, Metaphor Theory, Q Methodology and Activity Theory. The focus of my research is involved in applying these views to the design and development of effective Information Systems Thus allowing me to work in areas including Information Seeking Activity, Health Information Systems, Knowledge Management and Small Business Research. I take a qualitative approach that is typically informed by the participants of the research. My research interests include working with how people understand, value, their activities. I use a range of associated literature and methodologies to support my research. These include, Metaphor Theory, Q Methodology, and Activity Theory. My research approach is qualitative and acknowledges the experience of people in the context of their activities, from their perspective.

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