Investigating the Five Disciplines – Related to Research Administration

A research administrator and colleague is pursuing a thesis that touches on the nature and management of research administration offices, which may have an impact on professional development in this field.

In order to obtain statistically relevant results, a good number of responses are required.  Please take a few minutes to consider the survey, and think about how these questions relate to challenges at your own office.

Where there are multiple people at the same office, the impressions of each person are relevant.

This is the original request:

I am completing my doctoral dissertation at California Intercontinental University and would like to ask you to participate in a survey.

This survey is related to Peter Senge’s Five Disciplines model and how this model is used in Research Administration Organizations. You do not have to be familiar with this model to complete the survey. This survey is testing the general familiarity research administrators have on this topic vytorin 10 40. There are no right or wrong answers.

The survey will take less than 30 minutes to complete. Your responses to the survey questions are very important. Please respond by May 20, 2015.

I hope to publish my findings so research administrators, directors, managers, HR and training professions have access to this information so there may be an overall benefit to our profession and knowledge in this area.

Thank you in advance for your consideration and support. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Take Care,


Angela Silva, MAOL, CRA | Grants Administrator (Pre-Award)
Federal Grants Office | MultiCare Institute for Research and Innovation
Phone: 253.403.5263 | Fax: 253.403.2391 | Cell: 253.320.0024
Address: 314 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Suite 402, Mail Stop 314-4-RS
Tacoma, WA 98405


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