Insight in an Era of Change: NewMR & New Retail

June 21, 2017
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Posted by: Jason Brooks
I’m not a Buddhist, but I love one of the core tenets of Buddhist philosophy: the illusion of permanence is the root of all suffering. Nothing lasts forever, and the more we cling to the notion that something does last forever, the more we suffer over the inevitable change. In business and in our personal lives, the more we can ...
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Predictions 2017: Take the Long View

December 20, 2016
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Posted by: Dave Sackman
People ask for prediction blogs annually but, as fast as technology is moving, our industry pace of change is not one that can — or ...
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Skills and Talents Needed for the Future of Insights

December 5, 2016
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Posted by: Jeff Reynolds
I’m often asked, “What are the skills and talents needed for the next generation of Consumer Insights?” Honestly, I have been thinking about this question ...
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Market Research Needs to Change. so what?

November 29, 2016
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Posted by: David Rabjohns
The way people buy has changed, and market research needs to evolve as a result. Sorry, but it is true. Think about the last time ...
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CX Day is October 5th… so what?

October 5, 2016
Posted by: Tristina Keith
To say that technology has disrupted the practice of customer experience (CX) management is an understatement. The advent of real-time software revolutionizes the way companies ...
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Fly on the Wall: New Ethnographic Approaches for MR

April 6, 2016
Posted by: Kim Schonfeld
Admit it. You’ve wished for the superhero capability of being invisible. What a researcher would do to be invisible! Imagine what you could discover by ...
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“so what?®” is the Formula for Success

July 29, 2015
Posted by: Joan Cassidy
In a recent blog, titled What the LRW Investment Means for the Market Research Industry, Lenny Murphy of Gen2Avisors and editor of the GreenBook blog, ...
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