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Hi all,
am going to do an HRM research for my HRM degree. am also working as an HRD Executive. i want to specialized in Psychology and counseling so i think to do my research in relation to that. could you please suggest a topic relatedt to that. am little bit stuck to find a research topic.
please help me in this regard. thank you.

From Sri Lanka, Ja-ela
Hi Read Sandeep Krishnan's advice on "Fundamentals of Doing Research!"at his blog studies in hr: February 2009
Have a nice weekend

From United Kingdom
hi Simhan, thanx for the help dude..i visited krishnan’s blog..l found really important stuff there.. so thanks again and good luck best regards tharindu
From Sri Lanka, Ja-ela
You are welcome. Aspiring PhD students should do some literature survey first to see what others have done and where a gap exists before embarking on enrolling. They should use the knowledge gained during their Masters degree and decide in which field their interest lies.
A retired academic in UK.

From United Kingdom
Dear sir,
i have completed MLM master of Labour Management and i want to register myself Phd in labour management area pl i am very perplex to find out the topic pl help meif u have any one idea pl help


From India, Karur
Hello everyone
I am Iranian and have MBA from Multimedia university in Malaysia, and interested in doing my phd in human resource management, my IELTS score is 6 is it possible to get any kind of offer (conditional or ony kind or not?) please help meeee.

From Iran,
Which topics do you think better and we did not research about it?
1- role of human resource management and firm competitiveness
2- Firm competitiveness in economic crisis
3- job quality and employee well-being
If you have more suggestion please give me.

From Iran,
Thank you for the query. I am not a HR expert and am not conversant with the current situation, as I retrired from academia over 5 years ago. Please conduct some literature survey as mentioned in my previous post.
Sorry to disappoint you.

From United Kingdom
You have to read scholarly articles. You can access abstracts of articles by searching the web on topics that you feel passionate about. For example, I searched for Workplace psychology and found an article at Does workplace counselling work? more at Google
From United Kingdom
Simhan has given the right advice. If I may suggest, you need to look into the following pointers.....
1. Your interest that will motivate you to do research "with a purpose" not just to get a degree/recognition.
2. Jot down all the topics that come to your mind.
3. Shortlist the ones that stand out in the list.
4. Do a little web search and research to see topics that you have selected but have not been researched enough and there is a wide scope.
5. Analyze your choice and see realistically speaking, is it a challenge that you should take up?
6. Then put it up for feedback comments from your friends/teachers or forum like this.
7. Then decide..... this will be the starting point.
A little hard work and you will enjoy the process and fruits of your research. Al the best.( that is if you are still in the process of selecting a topic)

From India, Mumbai
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