Practical in Organizational and Management Research


  • Dr. Anubha Ray Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Management, Khallikote University, Berhampur, Odisha, India
  • Anubhav Sahoo Research Scholar, Department of Economics and Management, Khallikote University, Berhampur, Odisha, India



management research, practical organizational, neo classical approach, quantitative research


While there are different approaches to organizational and management research, although a naturally researcher is drawn to a specific type of modern research environments require flexibility. The nature of the study setting, the objectives sought by the researcher, and the researcher's philosophical beliefs all influence the research methodology used. As a result, researchers maintain a well-balanced perspective across many research orientations while maintaining their chosen philosophical and methodological positions.

The objective of the study and the type of approach that best aids the achievement of the objectives are still the most important considerations. And research orientation may not be too focused for someone with diverse experience, exposing him or her to a variety of management and organizational environments. Depending on the method used, some people are positivists or explanatory. Others, however, see a central ground where the approaches to the two extremes are combined, creating a third edge from which researchers can choose. However, for other researchers, ideas about philosophy and attitudes are irrelevant. It is practicality that matters.


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How to Cite

Dr. Anubha Ray, & Anubhav Sahoo. (2021). Practical in Organizational and Management Research. Management Journal for Advanced Research, 1(1), 19–23.