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when they fit into what the research is saying and or found opposite that it will causeimpedition.Grounded theory methodology (GTM) was created to enable the discovery ofinductive theory. It makes way for the researcher, allowing that researcher to develop atheoretical account of the general features of a topic while simultaneously grounding the accountin empirical observations or data. This theory created over four decades has been found to adoptthe qualitative research methods .The GTM literature provides researchers with guidelines,
advice, and perspectives regarding its use and to ensure the rigor of the research contribution.The method is particularly relevant for research on issues for which limited prior research hasbeen conducted and for which theory building is needed . In Information Systems (IS) research,GTM has been chosen frequently to study technological change and sociotechnical behavior inemerging research domains. However, for two reasons, it came to the conclusionthatInformation System (IS) research has not exploited GTM to its full potential. One is that manystudies do not develop theory, which is the espoused goal ofgrounded theory Methodology.While each of the three forms of GTM results makes a theoretical contribution, a formaldistinction between developing new theory and developing models and rich descriptions of newphenomena. ( Wiesche, Jurisch, Yetton & Krcmar, 2017).How do Iexpect that the results of mydissertation study may advance knowledge of this theory or model? This is an interestingquestion however based on this model, its purpose will certainly be carried out.Wiesche, M., Jurisch, M. C., Yetton, P. W., & Krcmar, H. (2017). GROUNDED THEORYMETHODOLOGY IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH. MIS Quarterly, 41(3), 685-A9
Feb 26, 2018 07:48 PM0 LikeProfile PictureMelvin Merrill3 postsRe:Module 6 DQ 2Dr Reason and classmates,As advancing scholars we must take into consideration the many emerging theories related to ourresearch as possible. There is always the potential for new research to uncover valid alternativesto problems and lessen the perceived gaps that once exist. It is our responsibility to constantly beprepared to synthesize contextual data that would offer traction on emerging concepts (Hart,1998). An example of how emerging concepts may impede or advance theories can be found in aHill & Bartol study on leadership and empowering virtual team members. The researcherssuggest team leadership was directly associated to the group’s collaborative behaviors (Hill &Bartol, 2016). Mohammed & Nadkarni (2014) offered a different perspective suggesting groupshave diverse cultural differences that need to be understood before teams can exhibit cohesion.My proposed theoretical foundation would consist of two models that focus on changemanagement and problem solving. We must neutralize previous paradigms of leadership that failto promote collaboration, appreciation for diversity and consensus style of team cohesion. Theneed to problem solve is necessary due to the evidence that suggest disparity exist for people of

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