Sensemaking is discussed as a conceptual approach to studying the active and intellectual processes that support building clear representations of information stimuli. Of concern is defining research methodologies that are capable of richly capturing the intellectual processes. A quasi-experimental approach is proposed within the context of studying information systems development teams
Glynn, Melissa Sue, "Research Methods to Support Sensemaking in Information Systems Development: A Conceptual Method for Bridging Thought and Action" (1997). AMCIS 1997 Proceedings. 228.