You wouldn’t shout abuse at someone when pitching to a client any more than you would explain the benefits of your business practices to a football team – and on social media, it’s equally important to remember that different rules apply in different places.Details
In common with many research agencies, we’ve been doing our fair share of studies that deliver Net Promoter Score (NPS). I won’t bore you with the full details of what it is, but it’s an arguably neat way of presenting how likely customers are to recommend a brand – using a single figure.Details
The enthusiasm with which our own employees have relished our wellbeing initiative (everything from boot camp to herb planting!) got me thinking about the topic of employee engagement, having seen the impact it has internally but also from the numerous employee research projects we’ve delivered to our clients.Details
I’m sorry, I really am – I’m afraid this blog isn’t going to deliver my most original-ever message. In fact, it may be my least original investment-oriented message. But then, originality isn’t everything. Things can still be important and worth saying even though they’ve been said before. Hopefully this blog is one of those things.Details
This evening the UK’s Channel 4 follows in the footsteps of Australian, Bulgarian, Danish, Finnish, German and US broadcasters and launches a new show Married at First Sight in which couples will be brought together and married on the basis of a series of algorithms (based on DNA, physical data, intelligence and other criteria) that predict compatibility.Details
Just a quick note as it’s been a busy week what with rebranding and all!
I was really interested to see this Trend Hunter article on interactive print ads. It hit on a subject close to my heart.
Who says print is dead? Generally the smarter money sees digital as sorting the wheat from the chaff – as the pro-print report we produced for Canon shows (published under our old brand name RS Consulting), print lives on – as our respondents were eager to tell us, print is effective – it can be written on, pointed at, handed out, shared with others, put in the post and so on.Details
In 2014, the higher education funding bodies in England, Wales and Northern Ireland announced a joint review of future approaches to quality assessment. This report sets out the broad range of responses that were submitted in response to the consultation discussion document. Click here for the full report.
Overarching summary written by Design Council; pulling together the common themes from the research they commissioned from Breaking Blue and Warwick Business School covering the aerospace and automotive sectors.
An in-depth analysis of strategic design’s impact on the civil aerospace sector published by Design Council as part of its Leading by Design programme of reports and conferences.