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Case studies

Steering healthier lifestyles

This case study takes place amidst a familiar backdrop sector funding cuts driving service reform. In this instance, this meant the proposed integration of separate behaviour change support services- for smoking, excessive alcohol consumption,...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Rachel Abbott, Eimear MacGarty
Company: The Behavioural Architects
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Understanding a man's online world

In Turkey, males desire a world which totally belongs to them with all symbols of masculinity and in which they are appreciated by women – and a world with not much more than football, entertainment, speed and games!...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Isil Sahinoz, Nihan Sahan Eren, Didem Sekerel Erdogan
Company: Nielsen
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Breaking the spell of Sisyphus

The work of a market researcher can be a truly Sisyphean task: you conduct your project, craft your insights, present them to marketers, only to be confronted with similar research question months later. You're back to the bottom of the hill. That is...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Anna Demianova, Susanne Stahl
Company: Point-Blank International GmbH
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Enabling a full life to people with a mental disability

This paper describes a project carried out for Philadelphia, one of the largest health care facilities in The Netherlands for people with severe mental disabilities. It outlines how research helps Philadelphia to learn the needs of a group of people...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Maurice Palmen, Gaby Siera, Iris Aarts
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Fell in love at first sight or started as a friend?

Can an ancient method be as powerful as the most advanced ones? Our answer is yes, at least about exploring customer experiences. The method we chose is oral storytelling. Our approach, "Recollection, Repetition, and Reflection," employing modified...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Tomoko Yoshida, Akiko Hoshi
Company: INTAGE HOLDINGS Inc.
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Between a rock and a hard place

What does it really mean to be an adventurer? And what do adventurers really want from a brand like Clif? To answer these questions truthfully, we needed to leave the boardroom far behind, step into their worlds and experience their adventures first...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Anne Lacey, Michelle Thevil
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Stories from the fringe: The people strategy forgets

The most engaging stories are usually the ones whose characters live on the fringe, disrupting the norm and the expected.With this paper we showcase how by understanding the fringes you can magnify the trends and insights seen in the mainstream. How...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Peter Harrison, Vangelis Skouras, Ian Pierpoint
November 16, 2016

Research papers

The river, the mud, the sieve, the gold

This presentation is of huge importance to the audience:-It is a pro-active tool, uncompromised research design-It is a subject of high societal impact (charity)-Unique: a narrative database for a domain, that can be used by singular brands within...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Author: Jochum Stienstra
Company: Ferro Explore!
November 16, 2016

Research papers

A tale for king and country

On 24 March 2016, one of the market researchers of the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration (the tax authority) was invited by the Dutch King to tell him about the insights gained on the Dutch citizens in relation to self-reliance and what that means...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Anke Bergmans, Jo van Kruchten, Arjen Van Ulden
November 16, 2016