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Research papers

Lessons from Don Quixote

Three experienced international qualitative practitioners (two from Germany and one from the UK) across two research agencies draw inspiration from a classic Spanish novel to put forward a transformation agenda. A new and more collaborative model for...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2013: Brilliant Transformations
Authors: Andrew Vincent, Nina Müller, Dörte Töllner
Company: Point-Blank International GmbH
November 20, 2013

Videos

Making cross cultural qual work in a connected world

Panel Discussion Moderated by:Steve August, Revelation, USAParticipants:Andrew Vincent, Waves, UKAnupama Wagh Koppar, L’Oreal, IndiaEdward Appleton, Avery Zweckform, GermanySandrine McClure, Added Value, France

Catalogue: Qualitative 2013: Brilliant Transformations
Authors: Steve August, Andrew Vincent, Anupama Wagh-Koppar, Sandrine McClure, Edward Appelton
June 15, 2013

Videos

Lessons from Don Quixote

Three experienced international qualitative practitioners (two from Germany and one from the UK) across two research agencies draw inspiration from a classic Spanish novel to put forward a transformation agenda. A new and more collaborative model for...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2013: Brilliant Transformations
Authors: Andrew Vincent, Dörte Töllner, Dieter Müller-Veeh
Company: Point-Blank International GmbH
June 15, 2013

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Insight simplicity

Striving for simplicity itself is nothing new. However, what has changed is the level of distraction in the current age. Within this context it is now difficult for decision makers to see the information they need. Successful insight delivery must...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2011: Increasing Value Through Simplicity
Authors: Sangeeta Gupta, Andrew Vincent
Company: PepsiCo
March 20, 2011

Research papers

A healthy dose of normality

This presentation demonstrates that most patient research may at best be dumbing down what we can potentially understand and at its worst reaching the wrong conclusions. The implication is that a different approach is needed and this presentation...

Catalogue: Global Healthcare 2010: Trends And Innovation Booster
Author: Andrew Vincent
March 3, 2010