Human Resources Research Organization (Humrro) And RAND Corporation

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Overview for Understanding Research
Research is a systematic structure of inquiry of collecting and analyzing information to investigate an existing situation or resolve a problem utilizing methods to acquire trustworthy knowledge on which to base decisions removing guesswork and intuition and equally, recognizing the fluid nature of information and understanding that any new information acquired is also subject to the same rigorous methodical scrutiny. Research teams are the fundamental social units of knowledge production and according to Corrall et al. (2013), research support generally relies on different factors such as the availability of proper funding, in-house competency to deliver the service, and management support. Organizations should examine the developmental components of research studies and weigh pros and cons when deciding to utilize its internal research and development team or an external research firm to carry out the research process. Even though the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) and RAND Corporation provide similar and impartial research services with contrasting application tools and
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The organization operated as a Federal Contract Research Center (FCRC) for 24 years before terminating its status as a FCRC in 1975 and after accumulating a distinguished record in providing breakthroughs in the application of psychological and behavioral science skills field of training ("About HumRRO | Human Resources Research Organization," n.d.). Today, it operates as a non-profit organization and an industry leader in aspects of human resources research and development as well as providing integrated consultation services for federal, state, and local agencies and commercial businesses and professional

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