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Doctoral Thesis Proposal Summary--Basic Social Math is a linguistic innovation that reframes the problem-solving paradigm of management science by shifting away from underlying sets of beliefs embodied in the cultural narratives of different researchers and moving towards a culturally neutral set of beliefs embodied in the linguistic frame of basic math. It incorporates rigors at the fundamental end of the mathematical spectrum that can simultaneously bring conceptual alignment to abstract representations of decision making and provide the means of legitimating observations and conclusions within real world contexts of social interaction.

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  1. 1. BASIC SOCIAL MATH A Qualitative Study on Reframing the Problem-solving Paradigm of Management Science
  2. 2. How effectively can managers operate in cross-cultural contexts, if they reframe problems in terms of Basic Social Math, compared with those who frame problems in terms of existing cultural narratives? Academic Justification “...what is needed are new ways of thinking about the conduct of science; validating scientific contributions; developing institutions to facilitate engaged science–stakeholder processes (Sarewitz 2004)” “There also needs to be more research directed toward both understanding and facilitating collective decision making; actual preferences and preference formation; and identification of which held values are subject to change and which are core values which are not easily altered (Sabatier 1988). This re- search would need to involve other disciplines including psychology, decision science, and sociology.” --Sandra S. Batie, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2008.
  3. 3. How appropriate is the use of Basic Social Math in structuring and solving operational problems that are considered complex or wicked? Managerial Relevance What’s the ‘value add’ of applying math to operational decision making in practice? “Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services recently released the results of a survey that found that ‘analytics deployment is now nearly pervasive in enterprises around the globe.’” “The benefits ranged from increased profitability, reduced cost and improved risk management to process optimization, faster decision-making and critical performance improvements.” --Peter Horner, Analytics Magazine, Fall 2011
  4. 4. Summary of Literature Review Disciplines Reviewed: How? Operations Research & Analytics, Mgmt Science, Economics, Systemics, Cybernetics, Cultural Anthropology, Neuroscience, Org Leadership, Complexity, Chaos Theory, Mathematical Psychology, Linguistics, Teaching, Insurance. Uncertainty & Restoring Confidence Complexity & Rigor Subjectivity & Transparency Need Trans-disciplinary Capacity
  5. 5. Research Gaps Did you konw yuor biarn is diong clalcuus to decdoe tihs mssaege? Crossroads of Math & Linguistics, Neuroscience & Cog. Development Advanced Analytics, but Errors Still Exist at Fundamental Levels Linguistic Alignment Needed: LXXVIII 78 – XLIV vs – 44
  6. 6. Research Propositions Counting Differences (GLOBE Study) vs. Harnessing the Power of Abstraction A Qualitative Experiment: Case Study at Al Tarbiyah ! Al Namouthajiyah Schools
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Doctoral Thesis Proposal Summary--Basic Social Math is a linguistic innovation that reframes the problem-solving paradigm of management science by shifting away from underlying sets of beliefs embodied in the cultural narratives of different researchers and moving towards a culturally neutral set of beliefs embodied in the linguistic frame of basic math. It incorporates rigors at the fundamental end of the mathematical spectrum that can simultaneously bring conceptual alignment to abstract representations of decision making and provide the means of legitimating observations and conclusions within real world contexts of social interaction.

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