Following part 1: Explaining Interactive Qualitative Analysis (IQA) , this article will demonstrate how to interpret IQA results.
This is an example of an Interactive Qualitative Analysis, a research design that examines cause-and-effect relationships based on structures of meaning.
Do you trust your employees enough to let them get on with their jobs or do you prefer outsourcing to other organisations? Engaging your employees may be the single most cost-effective way to retain staff and improve work performance.
The E-book presented in this article summarises a research study that used the Mmogo-Method ® to explore coping strategies of Mental Health Workers who continuously deal with secondary trauma.