Combining Topic Modeling with Grounded Theory: Case Studies of Project Collaboration

Eyyüb Can Odacioglu, Lihong Zhang, Richard Allmendinger

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Abstract

This paper proposes an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Grounded Theory for management studies. We argue that this novel and rigorous approach that embeds topic modelling will lead to the latent knowledge to be found. We illustrate this abductive method using 51 case studies of collaborative innovation published by Project Management Institute (PMI). Initial results are presented and discussed that include 40 topics, 6 categories, 4 of which are core categories, and two new theories of project collaboration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe 6th World Conference on Production and Operations Management - P&OM 2022 (2020)
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 4 Apr 2022

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