Think, Feel, Do! explains a process where the analysis identifies the message that needs to be conveyed, the Do! is what we want to happen after the message has been communicated. Think is the method we find the Do! Feel is the mechanism that promotes the Do!. In this post, I will explain these three steps: Do! then Think, then Feel.
For many years Ray Poynter has been offering training courses to a range of private and public organisations. Four of these courses are now being offered directly to NewMR’s contacts.
My mind has been blown away by what I saw this evening at an AMRS event in London. AMRS (Archive of Market and Social Research) is a freely accessible collection of research materials going back decades, and I was delighted to be invited to attend. Please check out the Archive by clicking here.
In this post, I am going to talk about what coding is, when it can be useful (and when it isn’t), and how to use it. I am going to be looking at coding in the context of qualitative information, such as text, photos and video. This blog focuses on using coding to find insights, particularly in the context of market research.