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Total Credits: 1 Advance Credits

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Category:
Analysis & Reporting |  Communication
Faculty:
Cory Davison
Duration:
58 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 30, 2020
Short Description:
How do you connect the qualitative findings with the decision-makers, to further drive action? One of the biggest challenges for qualitative researchers is to deliver insights to the different audiences and promote a common understanding of who the humans are providing input in the research. In this session, you will learn techniques to help you connect decision-makers with the customer’s real stories and to further act on the feedback that will improve their business outcomes. Connecting the humans behind the data is about the dual role of the qualitative researcher; on the one hand, it’s about humanizing data to help decision-makers understand the customer stories. On the other hand, it’s about connecting with the decision-makers who are interpreting the research from their own perspectives. This session will present real case studies on how to use customer journey mapping techniques in your qualitative practices to help decision-makers relate to the human behind the data.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Category:
Business Practices
Faculty:
Jay Zaltzman
Duration:
59 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 30, 2020
Short Description:
During this session, we’ll discuss how to position yourself (note: you don’t HAVE to focus on a specific industry if you don’t want to!), whom to target, and the wide variety of marketing options available to you and how to choose which to focus on. 
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Total Credits: 1 Advance Credits

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   3
Category:
Moderating/Facilitation |  Research Design
Faculty:
Scott Koenig, MBA |  Jenny Karubian
Duration:
56 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 30, 2020
Short Description:
When respondents become storytellers, things get human real quick. When respondents are given the opportunity to tell their narratives as they experience them, our biases as researchers take a backseat. Autoethnography turns the research enterprise on its head: We participate in their research, they take control and tell their own stories. We coach from the sidelines, while respondents are front and center. Autoethnography is a relatively new methodology for consumer research. It differs from journaling in that it allows the market research team to connect more deeply with the consumer through the peeling back of multiple layers of consciousness, thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. In this presentation, we discuss how autoethnography differs from other, more conventional methods. This presentation will contain a case study that shows a side by side comparison of autoethnography and journaling.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Faculty:
David W. Tuffy
Duration:
59 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 30, 2020
Short Description:
Digital innovations have lowered barriers to entry, disrupted once-reliable business models, and dramatically decreased the time it takes for new products to become obsolete. While many organizations are adopting Agile practices, they often fail to grasp the underlying principles needed to see results. Agility is not about doing more faster and cheaper. It is about understanding the market as early as possible, so you can focus on what’s most important. Successful companies engage in continuous conversation with their audience as the foundation of Agile methodologies. In this session, you’ll learn from an early adopter of the Agile movement on how to build a culture of continuous innovation top-down and bottom-up.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Faculty:
Oana Popa Rengle
Duration:
1 hour, 3 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 30, 2020
Short Description:
Tips & tricks on how to create dedicated board games for qualitative research. While this theme is not new for qualitative research, attendees will learn how to transform research into a boardgame from beginning to end, by starting from gaming principles and theory, from the psychology of board games, and getting inspired by the most popular board games out there.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Faculty:
Abby Leafe |  Laurie Tema-Lyn
Duration:
1 Hour
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 30, 2020
Short Description:
What happens when you bring the sharing economy to the world of research?  Exciting things happen.  This presentation will show qualitative researchers how to think creatively (and practically!) about using alternative venues for conducting qualitative research.  We will explore how platforms such as AirBnB and Peerspace can be invaluable options to find the perfect spot to host a session, and we’ll talk about the ways to ensure that a project is a success once you identify the right non-traditional location.  The session will draw upon the real-world experiences of the presenters using unique spaces to conduct qualitative research. Among those experiences will be a case study in the snacking category, where an LA mansion proved to be the ideal setting for three days of focus groups and client innovation sessions for a start-up client on a budget, leading to the development of a pipeline of new product ideas, some of which are now in the marketplace.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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   2
Category:
Project Management |  Research Design
Faculty:
Peter Totman
Duration:
57 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 31, 2020
Short Description:
Recruitment is often seen as the boring end of the process - methodology has always been the sexy bit, right? Wrong — the sexiest methodology in the world falls flat without the right participants. This is the story of how we used the Big 5 personality theory to find the people are methodology deserved - and unique experiment we conducted to find the sweet spot.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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   3
Faculty:
Criscillia Benford, BA, MA, Ph.D. |  Ana Marie Trester
Duration:
58 minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 31, 2020
Short Description:
You know that stories are an effective way to broadcast information to an audience. But did you also know that real, everyday stories provide unparalleled insight into organizational and community cultures? The process of collecting and working with real, everyday stories is called Narrative Inquiry. There are various approaches. In this session, we'll provide a step-by-step overview of our approach, and describe how narrative inquiry can be used to identify and change patterns of organizational behavior.   As we share non-confidential learnings from collaborations with research partners in the US and Australia from different institutional contexts, you’ll learn best practices for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting relevant stories. Our session will end with an interactive simulation of the core step in our narrative inquiry process: Story Listening.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Total Credits: 1 Advance Credits

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   2
Category:
Analysis & Reporting |  Project Management |  Research Design
Faculty:
Anya Zadrozny
Duration:
1 Hour
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 31, 2020
Short Description:
Video takes your clients on an empathetic and enticing journey inside respondents' struggles, delights, motivations and fears. Incorporating video into your proposals and projects is something every market researcher can do and should consider. Adding video to your research projects does not have to be a headache-filled, time-sucking endeavor.  If done right, it’s bang far outweighs its buck. In this presentation, a professional videographer, editor and documentary filmmaker Anya Zadrozny will detail the things every researcher should consider to identify when and how to create and include video in research projects – from true DIY (just you and things you already own) to a full-scale production (hiring and working with a cameraperson and editor).
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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Total Credits: 1 Advance Credits

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Category:
Analysis & Reporting
Faculty:
Nick Cawthon
Duration:
55 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Jan 31, 2020
Short Description:
The use of Data Visualization for user experience research addresses a perceived need of extending the capabilities of the research team or individual; giving us the ability to display large datasets in insightful ways. Attendees to this talk will delve into learning about how to dimensionalize qualitative transcripts against quantitative survey data through a demonstration of a novel, custom visualization platform built from open-source tools. As researchers, we can begin to expand our skillsets and abilities in common tasks such as segmentation, correlation and pattern recognition. Whereas we will continually advocate for the benefits from the abstraction that Data Visualization provides, ethically, these techniques require a narrative that is constantly being validated through human connection. Our goal for the use of Data Visualization is not to become a shortcut that replaces generative ethnography, but instead positioned as a complementary tool for iterative research cycles.
Price:
$50.00 - Non-Member Price

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