Best Practices Archive
What do market researchers absolutely have to know? Plenty of attention is paid to questionnaire design, focus group moderation, data analysis, etc. Unfortunately, one can loose sight of client management. This is a powerful skill set that
by Debra Mascott, Director of eLearning Curriculum, Research Rockstar, LLC This summer I tackled an arduous task: cleaning out my garage. I found no shortage of baskets, boxes, barrels, half-empty paint cans, rusty garden tools and sundry
Have you ever cringed when observing a team member interact with a client? Did a client ever call to let you know that a team member said or did something that fell short of expectations? Perhaps a
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Is Market Research a high-stress job?It certainly can be.But I can also tell you, after 25 years of doing market research, that there are known strategies for managing project-related stress. My favorite is one Research Rockstar
Another great example of an awful questionnaire.
The hottest market research trends of the new year are often difficult to anticipate, but thanks to Millward Brown (MB), advertisers will be better prepared for what 2015 brings. The firm has just released its annual set
In their article, authors Scott Garrison and Jet Kruithof discuss the global truth that product success depends on a compelling unique value proposition (UVP). Yet, as we saw above, a UVP that succeeds in America may fail
data, different statistical methods and models can give different readings. Gray states, “Causation requires correlation of some kind but correlation and causation are not the same.”When looking at probabilities and categories, Gray cautions the researcher to,
The MRA’s Corporate Researcher’s Conference (CRC) was full of great sessions and first-class attendees. And I came home with a pile of business cards that are covered with scribbled down notes for follow-up. If you didn’t make