Coding relationship mapping ready for coding

Coding relationship mapping ready for coding

Column F of the attached excel sheet titled “Coding Ready for Relationship Mapping” Please see another coding relationship mapping example from our peers titled “Coding Mapping Example” to provide you with more inspiration on how this excel document should similarly look. To complete column F, the third digit comes from column C. So the code represents theme(digit 1).sub-theme(digit 2).key idea(digit 3). In other words, regarding column F as seen in the “coding mapping example”, the third number in the sequence is the key ideas which are the things in column D. For instance, as seen in the example titled “coding mapping example”; the first one says 1.7.2 in column F. So that means the dysfunction in the first row is causing dysfunction 1.7.2, which would be row 23, “hectic and stress work environment with little or no time off.” So 1.1.1 is causing 1.7.2 (effect), therefore, 1.7.2 and 6.3.2 (from row 109) gets added to column F. Please let me know if this does not make sense. All themes and sub-themes come from the provided table titled “PAGE 144 AND 145” from page 144 and 145 of our text book “Mastering Hidden Costs and SocioEconomic Performance by Henri Savall.” Please let me know if you have questions and thanks again for your service.