Agile. Agile. Agile. This is a word frequently spoken by insight professionals and marketers these days. They usually only say it once but it has become the “location” of our lexicon. And the need for it is real. Faster to market. No time. Less budget. Research that is quickly and clearly actionable. Companies and brands are getting squeezed and new ways of gaining insights more quickly are entering the market every day.
Jim White, Human Insights Strategist and Co-Founder of market research firm RealityCheck, shares how to apply human insight methods in three areas: foundational learning for strategy development; concept testing and optimization; and customer experience insights or (CX). Together, these methods form a comprehensive program of learning and activation to inspire your strategic thinking, sharpen your concepts and elevate […]
Jim White, Human Insights Strategist and Co-Founder of market research firm RealityCheck, shares how to apply human insight methods to brand strategy development. By gaining a deep and actionable understanding of segments, users and other groups of human beings to develop the conceptual springboards that will inspire brand strategy, messaging strategy and product innovation, you can make more […]
Jim White, Human Insights Strategist at Market Research firm RealityCheck, on the difference between Human Experience Insights and Consumer Experience Insights for qualitative market research.
It is a widely-accepted belief in qualitative market research that you can’t trust what people tell you. Insights into nonconscious motivations, System 1 and System 2 processing and the role of emotion in decision-making have caused most in the consumer insights business to question self-reported explanations of consumer behavior and decision-making. Nowhere is this more […]