In this chapter, I reflect on my experience of undertaking literature reviews, focusing in particular on systematic review methodology, which is getting more and more traction in Business and Management research. Aside from outlining the main principles of systematic review methodology, I also explain perceived advantages and disadvantages.
Insights from When Things Go Wrong
Céline Rojon and Almuth McDowall
This chapter explicates systematic review methodology as an evidence-based approach for examining literature, drawing on the authors’ experience of conducting a systematic review as well as on the discussion of other existing systematic reviews. Introducing key tenets, the methodology is benchmarked against alternative reviewing approaches, discussing advantages and potential disadvantages, alongside practicalities and challenges.