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Life Post Pandemic: The Future Of The Office

Posted on 9 March 2021

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that the world-wide trial of “WFH” has been successful and that employees’ health and well-being will need to be prioritised if businesses...

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The pandemic and the digital divide in Britain

Posted on 9 March 2021

March 23rd 2020 signalled the start of a seismic change in many aspects of British life. Being significantly home bound for long periods of lockdown has meant that most households...

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Higher standards of hygiene: a long-term impact following COVID-19

Posted on 9 March 2021

Every catastrophic event is a catalyst for significant changes. Human beings who’ve been subject to trauma show their scars through changes in their behaviour. I clearly remember how my grandmother...

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Diversity in Market Research: Get It Right or Get Left Behind

Posted on 7 March 2021

When it comes to market research, what’s more important than accuracy and relevance? What’s more accurate and relevant than ensuring diversity in studies to fairly reflect the views of the...

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Building bridges in the midst of a pandemic

Posted on 7 March 2021

I often think how amazing structural engineers are. They have the courage and skill to design and build for example, a bridge or a skyscraper. It’s hard for me to...

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Comfort and Delusion in Perpetuating Racism

Posted on 25 February 2021

This session was kindly sponsored by Web Creator Suite and Teneo Translations THIS SESSION TOOK PLACE IN DECEMBER 2020. A SHORT SUMMARY OF IT IS HERE.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE...

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Coping with large volumes of open ended responses

Posted on 16 February 2021

Many thanks to Ella Fryer-Smith who has produced this summary of advice given to her about coping effectively with large volumes of open ended responses. Thanks to all who responded...

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Unequal Truths – a new podcast series

Posted on 11 February 2021

Today sees the launch of a podcast series - "Unequal Truths" by ICG member Ella Fryer-Smith. In each of the episodes, she interviews a successful researcher who tell us the...

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Award for Independent Consultants 2020 Finalists Share Their Submissions – RECORDING

Posted on 8 February 2021

Three of our four Finalists of last year's MRS/ICG Award for Independent Consultants told us about their submission and what made it so successful. Plenty of tips for conducting great...

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Using Discover.ai to uncover inspirational insight – RECORDING AND UNIQUE DEAL FOR ICG MEMBERS

Posted on 29 January 2021

This webinar was generously sponsored by Elizabeth Norman International  ICG member Kirstie Storrar, Hold That Thought Ltd, and Sophie Wright, Director at Discover.ai, demonstrated how using Discover.ai is a valuable,...

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Automating Qual coding & analysis: Tools

Posted on 24 January 2021

A summary of responses to a recent egroup request by Geoff Fitzgerald - many thanks to Geoff for preparing this I think the initial premis of trying to find any...

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ICG East First 2021 Meet up

Posted on 18 January 2021

At lunchtime on 8th January, East-based ICG members held our third virtual meet-up via Zoom. Four ICGers were in attendance – Arthur Fletcher, Carol Raithatha, Liz Montgomery and Martyn Richards. Screenshot...