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Analysing litigation and negotiation: using a combined methodology

Bennet, Peter, Ackermann, Fran, Eden, Colin and Williams, Terry (1997) Analysing litigation and negotiation: using a combined methodology In, Mingers, John and Gill, Anthony (eds.) Multimethodology: the theory and practice of combining management science methodologies. Chichester, Wiley pp. 59-88.

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Abstract

Partial table of contents: Multi-paradigm Multimethodology (J. Mingers). PRACTICE OF MULTIMETHODOLOGY. Mixing Methods in Practice: A Transformation-Competence Perspective (R. Ormerod). One Size Doesn't Fit All: Reflections on Using Systems Techniques in an Operational Setting (J. Bentham). Status and Tendencies of Management Research: A Systems Oriented Perspective (M. Schwaninger). COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF MULTIMETHODOLOGY. Multimethodologies-The Knowledge Perspective (D. Skyrme). THEORY OF MULTIMETHODOLOGY. Mixing Methods: Developing Systemic Intervention (G. Midgley). Pluralism in Systems Thinking and Practice (M. Jackson). Towards Critical Pluralism (J. Mingers). Index.

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Published date: 1997

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Local EPrints ID: 36855
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/36855
ISBN: 0471974900
PURE UUID: 34697bef-c8a6-4a53-bc39-7119281bc063

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Date deposited: 19 Mar 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:43

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Author: Peter Bennet
Author: Fran Ackermann
Author: Colin Eden
Author: Terry Williams
Editor: John Mingers
Editor: Anthony Gill

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