The sampling strategy that you select in your dissertation should naturally flow from your chosen research design and research methods , as well as taking into account issues of research ethics . To set the sampling strategy that you will use in your dissertation, you need to follow three steps: (a) understand the key terms and basic principles ; (b) determine which sampling technique you will use to select the units that will make up your sample; and (c) consider the practicalities of choosing such a sampling strategy for your dissertation (., what time you have available, what access you have, etc.).
Innovation has become a primary force driving the growth, performance, and valuation of companies. There seems to be a wide gap between the aspirations of executives to innovate and their ability to execute. Many companies make the mistake of trying to spur innovation by turning to unreliable best practices and to organisational structures and processes. Moreover, executives who focus on stimulating and supporting innovation by their employees can promote and sustain it with the current talent and resources more effectively than they could by using other incentives.