Analyzing HBR Case Studies to Determine Business Results
So, what is the “Quantitative Research Approach”? Well, the approach is a comprehensive framework for evaluating case studies as well as other quantitative data that is derived from case studies. The objective of the approach is to produce quality research that can support business decisions and goals. A recent study by the White House in relation to Harvard Case Solution found that the HBR Case Study was the most effective method of providing information to the U.S. Government on business performance.
The key assumption behind the Quantitative Research Approach is that business organizations are best served by combining qualitative and quantitative data into a usable format. It works to focus on using highly-relevant “case studies” to generate evidence that can support a business decision by focusing on what is of value to business organizations.
The Case Study Approach is based on the belief that structured, in-depth research is more successful than short “examples.” In this way, it focuses on the methods, processes, and goals of the business as a whole. All that is necessary to do so is to create case studies that are focused on business success.
The research is presented to you through written reports that have a verifiable method of the research and are reliable as well as rigorous and logical. It is quite an efficient way to collect evidence on the basis of providing you with a comprehensive research report that has a consistent methodology and research approach.
How exactly is the Case Study Approach different from the quantitative research approach? Basically, the Case Study Approach is focused on creating and compiling case studies that are focused on business success.
This approach is similar to the Research Methods Approach in which the data was gathered from existing cases. Here is how the Case Study Approach breaks down:
For instance, a Research Method Approach isbased on taking an existing case and working backwards to identify what causes it to happen. For instance, by interviewing people in the case and conducting interviews in-house, then conducting focus groups and conducting interviews at the regional level, then collecting data through surveys and interviews, etc., we can get an idea about the factors that cause people to work at the specific company.
This technique works by understanding the factors that cause people to perform well at the same company by getting a higher level of context. In short, the analytical techniques of the Case Study Approach are more targeted at specific companies operate with the knowledge of their own case studies.
HBR Case Studies provide the statistical evidence of business performance. With the Data Resource Approach, you can get a closer look at the quality of the data.
The Case Study Solution identifies and manages various aspects of research; one example of which is the Case Study Management System (CSMS). The Case Study Solution provides a complete methodology for structured, in-depth case studies, including writing, conducting interviews, gathering information, analyzing data, presenting results, etc.
The CSMS offers a robust set of business case studies to all stakeholders who want to work with the Case Study Approach. It provides a straightforward approach to gather evidence that supports business decisions by allowing you to answer questions about the value to a business organization.
The Case Study Solution (CSMS) identifies case studies that are focused on business success. The CSMS collects, uses, and develops structured data from case studies focused on business outcomes, delivers quality and reliable information, helps the business to take action and resolve issues with greater clarity and accuracy, and provides new perspectives that guide future decisions.