As research assistant, you will help conducting quantitative research on understanding the extent to which an organization’s embeddedness in a regional network will pay off in terms of organizational learning, and how leaders within these organizations may maximize the learning potential of their regional networks.
Digital and technological developments (e.g., Artificial Intelligence) are changing the nature of work and the way we do our day-to-day jobs. This continuously requires new knowledge and skills, making learning more important than ever. To live up to these new requirements, organizations are increasingly seeking collaboration within regional networks to exchange knowledge and learn from each other. Yet, while such networks are potentially a powerful source of knowledge, it remains unknown whether and when these regional networks actually contribute to learning. This project aims to uncover how organizations can seize the potential of their regional networks to foster learning.
As research-assistant, you will help with designing and developing surveys, contact with organizations, and data collection (surveys). You will help in preparing and analyzing the data (statistical analyses) and creating feedback benchmark reports.
Depending on availability, we are looking for two research assistants. Due to the external contact with organizations, the ability to speak Dutch is required. Your duties
- Execute literature review
- Help in developing and designing survey
- Contact organizations for survey distribution
- Help in collecting data (via surveys)
- Analyzing data and reporting back results
- Developing and writing (automated) benchmark feedback reports.