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Principles of Remarkable Research: Part 16 of 20

Becoming a Remarkable Researcher Means Letting Go of Dated Assumptions and Embracing Change

 

Let’s not miss the boat clinging on to old dogma! Instead, let’s challenge old assumptions and the industry’s tired dogma of research being “great, cheap, and fast – pick any two.” Why can’t research be great, cheap, and fast? Low-cost survey tools have automated reporting (some are quite good). New sample sources reduce the cost per complete and in some cases give access to more qualified participants. New methods allow us to conduct “phase 1” research in days instead of weeks. This is all truly remarkable. Let’s embrace it!

 

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Kathryn Korostoff

Kathryn Korostoff is founder and lead instructor at Research Rockstar. Over the past 25 years, she has personally directed more than 600 primary market research projects and published over 100 bylined articles in magazines. She is also a professor at Boston University, where she teaches grad students how to analyze and report quantitative data.

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