Fountainhead: “Nope, We’ve Been Doing It Correctly With Great Results”
Trash talking “brainstorming” seems to be quite the thing these days. And we get it. We’ve suffered through endless brainstorm sessions where the moderator didn’t adhere to best practices, so all that resulted was a list of mediocre thoughts and demoralized participants.
That’s why we practice what we preach. If you want a productive brainstorming session, please follow these principles.
You may hear some buzz about neuromarketing, or “System 1 Thinking,” an emerging approach to marketing research that combines three well-established disciplines of brain science to give a new perspective on human behavior and give insight into nonconscious decision-making:
Neuroscience – the study of the human nervous system
Behavioral economics – the study of how people make economic decisions
Social psychology – the study of how people think and act in the presence of other people
Many of our clients ask for a quantitative segmentation to be done on their brand’s target audience. This almost always leads to an interesting discussion regarding types of segmentations. (Here’s where we hope some of you say, “Hey, I didn’t realize there were varying types.”)
There is no longer a question of whether or not mobile is changing how we do what we do. One of the last frontiers to be affected by the transition to mobile dependence has been market research, but our practice is now evolving at a rapid pace.