February 26, 2013

Business Interview

Here are some examples of the business interview, sample interview informant interviews or small businesses, some of the ordinances and procedures of the business interview as the following steps:

- Identify the participants based on pre-selected side procedure.
- Determine the type of interview to be conducted and what relevant information useful in answering the research questions.
Is the individual interviews or focus groups, needs to be prepared in accordance tape recorder or stationery.
- Arrange the interview protocol, the length of about two to three pages
- Decide where to do the interview. If possible, the room was pretty quiet, no distractions and convenient for participants. Ideally, researchers and participants sat facing. 
- When it arrived at the interview, the candidate set the informed consent of participants.
- During the interviews, match with any questions, fill in the time (if possible).
- Before choosing interviews as the method of data collection, the researcher must determine whether the research question can be answered correctly by the person selected as a participant. Study hypotheses need to be used to describe the process used to facilitate interviews researchers.
- Interviews need to be done more than two times for two main reasons. The first is the approach of temporal knowledge. The term temporal point is philosophical term that defines how and knowledge of the current situation was influenced by his experiences and how the current situation will determine his future.
- The second reason to interview more than one is to meet the criteria of accuracy. It also allows researchers to confirm or clarify information found in the first interview.
Through this meeting a trusting relationship with the participants increased allowing researchers uncover participants experience or a more personal feeling.

In general interview etiquette procedure consists of three stages
1. The first stage includes an introduction, giving a brief overview of the interview process and build a trusting relationship.
2. The second phase is the most important step to obtaining useful data.
3. The final stage is a summary of the participants' responses and allow confirmation or any additional information.

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