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Market Researchers Need to be More Commitment Phobic

Posted by Heather WilliamsFriday, October 14, 2016, 6:00 am No Comments
Technology is already outpacing us and our industry, so we need to be smarter in how we collect, interpret and communicate data and insights.
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Putting It All Together: The Secret To Combining Knowledge, Skills, Tools and Data Together

Posted by Kevin GrayMonday, October 19, 2015, 8:02 am 9 Comments
I'd like to offer a few pointers on how to tie knowledge, skills, tools and data together by using core business skills, scientific thinking and a dash of common sense.
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The Coming Rebirth of Market Research?

Posted by Larry Friedman, Ph.D.Thursday, June 13, 2013, 7:32 am 18 Comments
Market research began nearly a century ago to fill a very specific need: marketers needed information to make good business decisions, and that information largely didn’t exist. The market research industry grew up to develop that information. As we’ve seen, the methods we’ve used evolved over time, but the basic reason for being for market research never really changed. Until now, that is.
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