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Monthly Archive: November 2013

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Realizing the Value of Mixed Respondent Mini-Groups

Written by , Posted in Research Methods

Early in my career I was told that mixing physician types and other medical professionals in group interview settings was a no-no.  The main concerns surround the potential biasing influence of dominant personalities, the influence of role relationships outside of the group, and the possibility that respondent worries about appearances or reputation will stifle open conversation. (more…)

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Big Data—the Insight Engine of the Future?

Written by , Posted in Business Insights, Market Reseach

It seems that you cannot open a business-focused magazine these days without bumping into the claim that big data will forever change the way we do business, including the way we understand customers.  But like many of the things we have heard over the last couple of decades about the impact of digitizing everything under the sun, there is both more and less to the claims being made for big data.

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