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Facing 2030: An evaluator’s perspective

November 25, 2020 0

It was a pleasure to be able to attend the Facing 2030 virtual conferencefrom the comfort of my home office with my cat Lily on my lap,although I missed the serendipity of morning and afternoon […]

Facing 2030

November 5, 2020 0

Back in 2010, could we have predicted the state of the world and our industry in 2020? Some trends like the accelerating migration to online research and panel from face-to-face and telephone interviewing were predictable. […]

Why Trump Will Win

October 21, 2020 0

Four years ago in the pages of Research News (November 2016 edition) I predicted Donald Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton to win the American Presidency. Now, despite favourable polls for Democrat Joe Biden and a […]

Where does the employee experience begin?

October 14, 2020 0

To many, the term “employee experience” means taking care of their team members to ensure they are having a good time at work. This often includes team lunches and Friday drinks on order to build […]

Understanding clients of research survey

September 16, 2020 0

The Research Society is working with ESOMAR and NewMR as part of a multi-partner project to find out about insights and research buyers and users. The research will look at issues such as the balance […]

Facing 2030 – the skills challenge

September 9, 2020 0

What skills do we need and how do we get them? This was the topic I discussed with a panel drawn from different strands of the Australian research world. The panel members were Sue York […]

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