The cognitive movement has proven robust, with CCM methods and research serving not only scientific, typically explorative objectives, but also pragmatic purposes such as problem solving and decision support, systems planning and organizational interventions. Comparative Causal Mapping is an essential introduction to causal (cognitive) mapping exploring the different interpretations and motives for using them, the technical aspect of using CMAP3 (a thoroughly revised version of an original 1998 CCM-CMAP3 guide ) in different research situations, and typical cases of CM/CCM-research. The book will appeal to both academic and professional audiences, in particular to doctoral students and experienced researchers looking for new topics and method approaches, but also to practitioners in fields such as management training and knowledge management.
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|Size: ||4.9 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781317163237 (EPUB)|
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