Diagnostic Relationship encourages an OD Practitioner to ask the following questions.
a). Who am I?
b). Why am I here?
c). Who do I work for?
d). What do I want from You, & Why?
e). How will I Protect Your Confidentiality?
f). Who will have access to the Data?
g). What’s in it for You?
h). Can I be Trusted?
Methods for Data Collection are listed below:
- Questionnaires ( Designed in a manner where they depict the intended question to the respondent).
- Interviews ( Interviewer must ask specifically revelant questions to obtain best quality data ).
- Observations (Ex: Statistical Observation).
- Unobstrusive Measures ( Secondary Data, Historical Data and etc.)
Sampling and Population are terms which are commonly used and have a significance when conducting a research.
Population: The “population” in statistics includes all members of a defined group that we are studying or.
collecting information on for data driven decisions.
Sampe : A Sample is a Part of a Population which represents characteristics of an entire population.
A Few Issues in Sampling are : Sample Size and Sample Selection.
Techniques that we use for Analysing Data are listed Below:
Qualitative Tools : Content Analysis, Force Field Analysis.
Quantitative Tools : Means, Standard Deviations , Scattergrams, Difference Tests.