Although most research since the pandemic has changed from in-home, in-store, and in-situ, to remote, there are times when in-person research is required, and desired. Here’s how to conduct in-person research outside.
A few years ago, I “KonMari’d” my space, but after a year of no business travel, I found myself once again in need of a makeover. Here’s what the experts suggest.
Playing multiple sports can improve your skill level in each. Qualitative research skills also benefit from developing other talents.
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Virtual conferences, webinars, and Zoom calls have replaced much of our in-person meetings. Here’s how to make the most of them.
A great customer experience is a great human experience. How do you define great CX? What can you do to deliver better customer experiences?
Whether you are meeting in person or remotely, how do you keep the conversation going and build relationships that last?
What do you do when in-person research is not possible? Remote research with video chat lets us see inside without risk.
As we return to in-person research, we have to observe new rules that keeps everyone comfortable, safe, and willing to engage.
Showing up is as important today as it ever was, allowing us to learn, grow, help others, and expand our social and business networks.
Every connection I make and conversation I have is a reminder of how much we learn and receive from each other. Here’s what I’ve (re)learned about how to stay connected from a distance:
Zoom calls are ubiquitous with today’s work environment, and they’re not going away. The Muppet Show may hold the key to avoiding Zoom burnout.
Fathers deserve celebration on Father’s Day and always. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there, especially those who cannot be with their kids.