The launch of the BAFA-CPAF Research Mentoring Scheme, hosted by Professor Elaine Harris, was held on 10 November 2020. Dr Hilary Lindsay, Honorary Associate of the Open University, presented her Researching Accountant Development Framework.
The Researching Accountant Development Framework
Welcome to the Researching Accountant Development Framework You are invited to use this interactive resource (the RADF) to support you as you develop as a researcher in academia.
The Research Accountant Development Framework is based on three dimensions of learning – the cognitive, intrapersonal and interpersonal - and builds on research carried out by Hilary Lindsay during and after her own professional doctoral studies.
A summary of key points from each topic.
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