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As research and insights professionals, we spend a lot of time making sure we eliminate bias from our projects. Why? So that when we deliver our analysis and insights, we are providing the most objective information possible.
I’m always delighted when I’m able to get out of the office and head to an event chock-full of research and insights professionals. It’s fun to talk shop with others who are excited about research and insights topics
Remember the old but classic awkward first date story about the person who goes on a blind date and hears “Enough about me, what do you think about me?” from their dinner date? While we all want
When was the last time you really thought about: Your research and insights career path? Your career goals? What you would like to do, learn, or otherwise accomplish? I know it can feel a little daunting! How
“I want to be a market researcher!” When I hear this from college students (and some grad students), I always probe deeper as to why. Often the students direct the questions back to me, seeking more information
In Kathryn Korostoff’s presentation, “A Rising Data Tide Lifts All Research Boats”, she mentioned two hand-outs. Here they are: Kathryn’s presentation notes Research Rockstar’s framework for selecting data options If you’d like to have a conversation about
he roles of clients and suppliers are now overlapping and intersecting in exciting new ways. Some of these new intersections are creating career advancement opportunities, and even new business and organizational structures. Some are creating pain for
Per the Association for Talent Development (ATD), most companies set goals and budgets each year for talent development. ATD’s research on 2015 training spending found that US organizations spent an average of $1,229 per employee. Spending does
The new generation of “market researchers”, “insights analysts”, or “flavor-of-the-day-substitute-job-titles” have 2 attributes that will allow them to leapfrog...