There is a growing interest in understanding how and why events unfold over time as individuals, groups, and organizations change. Process studies of organizational change typically employ many methods of field research. Field research includes a wide variety of methods for studying organizational life in its natural setting with first‐hand observations from the viewpoint of a particular individual or group. An extensive literature is available to guide an investigator in conducting field research. This chapter applies some of this knowledge to gain insights on less known methods for studying processes of organizational change in their natural field settings.