Action Research as a Basis for Making Decisions

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Arnold Collado
Professor, Philippines

Action Research as a Basis for Making Decisions

Action research is simply defined as researching on the implications or effect of an action that is planned to resolve a certain problem.
As such anyone who goes into research should be able to:
- Clearly identify the problem after scrutinizing the different symptoms leading to the non-attainment of objectives.
- After quantifying or qualifying and identifying the different possible alternatives, then decide as to what is the most probable solution.
- Act on the decision then start planning after which do the right things and do things right.
- Check or assess and evaluate the results after which again you must act to improve the system.

  Grace C. Wright
Teacher, United States
 

Action Research as a Bases for Making Decisions

Arnold Collado, I agreed pretty much with what you stated until I got to the act part where you state,"start planning after which do the right things and do things right."
I don't see actions as right or wrong in this process.
Sure one acts by moving forward on the plan and then re-evaluate to keep making it better. Like in science, it's all about the process of improving and discovering through trial and error, not right and wrong.

  Tom Wilson
HR Consultant, United States
 

The Operative Word is 'Action'

@Grace C. Wright: I agree with you: the process is (...)

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