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Products & Services Market Research, Analytics and Forecasting Analytics

Internal Market Research Excellence: How Organizations Capture Insights, Protect Employees and Select Participants

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80 Metrics

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Pages/Slides: 30


Published: 2013


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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
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Non-members: Click here to review a complimentary excerpt from "Internal Market Research Excellence: How Organizations Capture Insights, Protect Employees and Select Participants"

STUDY OVERVIEW
Recognizing that employees are often a company’s greatest single asset, many top companies have begun to capture critical product and market insights by using their own employees in “internal” market research studies.
Best Practices LLC conducted this study to explore how companies use their own employees and employee groups to conduct primary market research. The study presents key insights on which research formats and settings are effective, what incentives are offered to employees to participate in internal market research studies, what employee types are targeted for internal MR studies, the prevalence of internal market research studies across different geographies and how participant privacy is protected.


KEY TOPICS

  • Effective Research Formats and Settings
  • Participant Targeting Strategies & Tactics
  • Incentives for Participants
  • Employee Segments & Regions Targeted
  • Data Collection & Privacy Protection
  • Official Policies for Internal MR

KEY METRICS
  • Effectiveness ratings for specific research formats for internal market research
  • Effectiveness ratings for specific research settings for internal market research
  • Company resources and tools used to identify and recruit participants
  • Does organization maintain official policy for internal market research studies
  • How characterize the type of policy that governs your internal market research program
  • What incentives do employees receive to participate in internal market research studies
  • What level of data do you share with internal market research study participants
  • Which employees does your organization target for participation in internal market research projects
  • What employee segment groups does your organization target for participation in internal market research projects
  • Does organization allow U.S.-based sales reps to participate in internal market research studies
  • Effectiveness rating for using employees for following regions for internal market research

SAMPLE KEY FINDINGS
66% of Companies Do Not Provide Any Incentives or Rewards for Employee Participation:
•Significant remuneration or honoraria for employees is essentially unheard of.
•Some companies do offer some form of public recognition (20%) or modest gifts (14%).
•Participation itself seems the greatest – and least problematic – reward for most employees.

Guidelines for Internal Studies Mirror those for External Research at 77% of Companies:
•The majority of companies use the same guidelines for internal studies as they do for external research, whereby the data privacy of participants is strictly upheld.
•Deviations in interaction guidelines usually reflect an even stricter stance for internal studies (where individual data may not be captured) or involve the use of honoraria (which are not used internally).

STUDY METHODOLOGY
Best Practices, LLC engaged 50 Market Research, Marketing, and Human Resources leaders at 46 global organizations through a survey instrument. Deep-dive interviews were then conducted with 7 executives to capture additional qualitative insights.

Industries Profiled:
Health Care; Pharmaceutical; Biotech; Biopharmaceutical; Clinical Research; Laboratories; Financial Services; Academic; Insurance; Market Research; Professional Services; Manufacturing; Banking; Aerospace; Computer Software; High Tech; Medical Device; Diagnostic


Companies Profiled:
Sanofi; Farm Credit Canada; American Dental Association; Davenport University; Plymouth Rock Assurance; ORC International; GE Asset Management; Waters Corporation; First National Bank; Adler Life Sciences; LLC; Cigna; Thomson Reuters; Johnson Controls; Nissan; Citibank; Boeing; Microsoft; Aspen Pharmacare; Cadila Pharmaceuticals; ViroPharma; Janssen; Pfizer; Roche; Lupin; Wockhardt; Covidien; Daiichi Sankyo; Shire; LEO Pharma; Stryker; Biogen Idec; Boehringer Ingelheim; Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd; Abbott; Mylan; cipla; Purdue Pharma; AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals; Gilead Sciences; UCB Pharma; Grifols; Abbvie; Baxter Healthcare; Ferring Pharmaceuticals; Lundbeck


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