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Our new Transforming Insight programme - a series of 4-hour interactive online workshops for corporate Insight professionals. Both members and non-members can book individual places, however our corporate members may receive a number of free or discounted places
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Today we're announcing a range of changes to our Tier 1 membership benefits including up to 30 open course places on our webinars or up to 20 hours of dedicated support - or a combination of the two! We hope this will help Tier 1 members to embed key behaviours, mindsets and understanding
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If you lead a corporate Insight team, how have you approached your role during lockdown? Have you prioritised the same tasks as before? Have you adopted new habits and changed your focus? Have you made explicit decisions about how you spend your time? And what does this say about you?
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How can your Insight team produce foresight? What are the key challenges? Have these become greater or less important over recent months? If you believe that foresight should be a priority for your Insight team, there are 5 key principles that you should consider
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Next online Insight forum: Wednesday 7th October from 10am - 11.30am. We will invite our main contacts at all Tier 1 and Tier 2 member organisations but please contact us if you are interested
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All our corporate Insight teams are findings themselves in the spotlight this summer. How can we adapt to new circumstances whilst remaining true to key principles? There are some great examples we can learn from, so here are the latest ways of keeping up to speed with best practice
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Whether your company has been grounded throughout the lockdown or has done its best to stay airborne during the stormy weather, it needs its Insight team more than ever before to act as its pilot. But we cannot help our organisations to navigate safely unless we have our eye on the right metrics
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Many of our companies are struggling, some are bouncing back, and a few are already flying. But they all need Insight more than ever before, so let’s show them the value we can add to the commercial decisions they have to make. Is your Insight right on the money?
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Do you understand why you make the decisions that you make? How well does your organisation understand why its customers make their choices? If we don't understand the real why we will never be able to predict what consumers will do next
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If we want Insight to transform our organisations' performance, then we first need to transform Insight. If the coronavirus lockdown has disrupted your normal research and analysis activity, could this be an opportunity to think about a strategic plan for your Insight team?
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The coronavirus crisis may represent a moment of evolution for Insight teams, the time when we evolve from being data hunters to the farmers of Insight knowledge. There has never been a greater appetite for us to synthesise everything we know and build a joined-up view across many sources
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Corporate Insight professionals are having to reassess the way they conduct market research and analysis. In times of turmoil we need to think creatively, but we also need to remember the key principles. So what are the key principles of running Insight investigations?