Methodology of research
This phase was executed in two months. It involved involving mixed reviews to investigate characteristics ranging from potential outcomes and barriers. The review focused on several variables. Additionally, the knowledge possessed by the hospital staff was to be reviewed. The contingent mixed review used quantitative and qualitative data. It also required tractability for describing the questions and extracting data in a method that brought forth the results of the questions and analysis. The literature verdicts should have scraps of facts to strengthen the analysis further. The purpose of the analysis was to use the results in every step of the study. Therefore, the following two measures would be used for the analysis.
Identified the research questions and the aspects that aided in the development of those questions. A review of the literature was to be used to come up with logical questions to aid the understanding of Training and development as a form of accelerating the achievement of sustainable competitive advantage in private hospitals of Nigeria:
The course of action shifted from the scope to the exploration level by applying systematic approaches. There was the development of inclusive and exclusive defined criteria, strategies, and screened literature. The search strategies in hospital database components were fashioned to pinpoint the trial’s descriptive studies in the views of the staff at different levels of management. The qualitative research was checked, and sub-questions centered on the findings were developed.
Once the primary components had been assembled, the student required to perform an in-depth interview with a sample of few participants. The interviews were conducted electronically via phone and video conferencing. During the interviews, the participants were asked how participation in the Training and development of junior staff, as well as senior management staff, put Isalu Hospitals at a maintainable competitive advantage. The interviewer was the team and carried the responsibility of ensuring the interview’s success. Every interview was recorded, transcribed then efficiently analyzed. Depending on the feedback, the methods` efficiency was analyzed to come up with a questionnaire and any other materials required to carry out the study.
For three months, results were collected. False identities, incognito, and sobriquet was used to guarantee secrecy. Before engaging in the research, both staffs gave informed consent. Data were collected as per the online questionnaire.
Very thorough interviews were transcribed and documented at all times. The evaluated process approaches were utilized to define patterns related to that which the intervention likes or dislikes. This would also be made use of to determine what components were lacking, used, and not included. Each of those elements centered on the preparation, duration, results, as well as evaluating aspects of the intervention. The outcomes of the research were useful and suitable in the adjustment to the process or preparation. The analysis was incense on the quantifiable measures used to estimate the changes in the scores and variances using median, mean percentage, or figures if it is applicable in the occasion.
All the data was collected at different phases. This study was crucial as it monitored junior staff and managers. Besides, the analysis involved sub-scales, which were calculated on a Likert scale of 3 points (Wu, 2017). According to Stacey et al. (2017), an appropriate value is 72 out of 100 per subscale.