Have you had a 360 review yet? These employee assessments are widely considered to be a more holistic view of someone’s behavior at work than traditional performance reviews, but they may not be right for every single person in your organization.
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Learning services professionals spend a lot of time designing, administering, and analyzing the results of their training programs. They must constantly maintain compliance and monitor changing standards for their organizations. While all these pieces are part of an effective training program, none of them involves communicating directly with the people most significantly impacted by learning…
Feasibility studies are designed to answer a very simple question: Is this idea feasible? While simple on the surface, finding an answer to that question often involves considerable investigative energy into many different areas. From existing competitors to financial options to technical and production considerations, there are dozens of factors affecting the feasibility of any…
Demographic data collection can be somewhat intimidating. The desire to be sensitive to a diverse population can often conflict with a researcher’s need to segment their data.
This is the third article in a series about data-driven executives and organizations. You may want to start by reading Part 1 on Data-Driven Strategy and Part 2 on Data-Driven Product Development.
This is the second in a three part series on data-driven organizations. You may want to start by reading Data-Driven Strategy & Executives: Pitfalls and Possibilities
As our lives become progressively saturated with multimedia content, marketers and researchers see a great need in measuring the impact of their audio and video on their audience.
In part two of our three part series that acts as an introduction to market research, we explore how online survey software can work double time to help you design, distribute, collect, and analyze competitive analysis surveys.
Conjoint analysis is a statistical technique typically used by market researchers to quantify the impact of various factors on consumers’ buying behavior.
Data is an amazing thing. It can help you make better decisions, provide mind-blowing insights, and painlessly clear up long-standing disagreements. But these powers also mean that data needs to be protected.