This event will take place in-person only.

Management, Knowledge and Education (MKE) is pan-British Academy of Management. We support events and dialogue within a collaborative community of practice interested in management education. Our “How to” Series of events provides opportunities for us to collectively examine and co-construct educational/teaching practice and scholarship.

This series of two workshops has been designed with the dual purpose of supporting colleagues to develop understanding and confidence in:
• supervising undergraduate and taught postgraduate research undertaken within the quantitative paradigm
• undertaking their own evaluation or research using quantitative approaches

The two workshops comprise:

Day 1, 10:00 - 16:00 UK time
Supporting the planning and evaluation of quantitative studies. Will include examination of institutions’ expectations of students’ abilities to undertake quantitative research, recognising when a quantitative study is appropriate, understanding data types, principles and practice of survey design, creating an online survey using JISC “Online Surveys”

Day 2, 9:30 - 15:00 UK time
Principles and practice of data presentation and analysis. Will include data cleansing, selecting and applying appropriate statistic tests, interpreting results (including those that are not significant)

Participants may opt to participate in only the one day, although we would encourage participants to join us for both workshops where possible

Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop with MS Excel and IBM SPSS software loaded. However, desktops will be available for those unable to supply their own. Participants are also requested to bring with them details from their student research modules/dissertations of the guidance that students receive and standards they need to meet in terms of data collection, presentation and analysis.
Registrations close on the 31st May 2023 at 23:59 UK time.
Benefits of attendance: 
  • Increased understanding of supervising research undertaken within the quantitative paradigm
  • Increased confidence in supervising undergraduate and taught postgraduate research undertaken within the quantitative paradigm
  • Increased understanding and confidence in undertaking your own evaluation or research using quantitative approaches, and/or in understanding publications using the quantitative paradigm
Provider Information

BAM Management, Knowledge and Education (MKE)


Who Should Attend?

Any academic, practitioner or professional support colleague that is interested in developing their understanding of, and confidence in, supervising and using quantitative data collection and analysis.

The event speaks to sections A1, B1, B2, B3, D1, E1, E2, as detailed in the BAM Framework.



Angela McGrane, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University

Liz Cunningham, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University



Please contact the BAM Office at [email protected] with any queries.  


Event Fee 

BAM Members -£90,

Non-BAM Members have to purchase a membership if they wish to attend this event.

For further information the benefits of becoming a BAM Member, and to sign up, please visit BAM Membership

Registrations close on the 31st May 2023 at 23:59 UK time.

Please note, if we do not receive enough registrations 2 weeks ahead of the event, we reserve the right to cancel the event.


Payment and Cancellation Policy

Payment for the event must be received before the start date of the event concerned. Access will not be permitted to the event if full payment has not been received. 


  • Cancellations received within 14 days of booking your place on the event will receive a full refund. 

  • Cancellations received after the 14-day cancellation period and later than 14 days before the start date of the event will not be eligible for a refund.  

  • Although we endeavour to run all events as advertised, BAM reserves the right to cancel any event if, for example, there are not enough people to justify running the event or if other significant unforeseen circumstances arise. Please be aware that delegates are always responsible for ensuring their own travel and accommodation against cancellation, and the British Academy of Management is not able to reimburse anyone for these under any circumstances.  

To cancel a booking a cancellation request must be submitted via your BAM Account, to do this:

  • Go to your BAM Account
  • Click 'My Events'
  • Under 'Upcoming Events' will be the booking, please click Cancel Booking
  • Follow the steps and complete the request