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Internal Market Research Excellence: Objectives, Frequency, Vendors and Lessons Learned for Using Employees in Market Research

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12 Info Graphics

15 Data Graphics

70+ Metrics

12 Narratives


Pages/Slides: 34


Published: Pre-2014


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STUDY OVERVIEW
The role of Market Research is evolving as organizations turn to the function to provide insights into consumer behavior and marketplace changes. As part of the evolving role of Market Research, organizations across industry sectors are using employees for some Market Research studies to capture business-related insights and to drive greater workforce engagement.

This study examines internal Market Research programs and presents benchmarks regarding their volume, types and frequency; objectives and the use of internal versus vendor staff. The study also offers success stories and lessons learned around internal Market Research programs.

The study provides Market Research executives, managers and supervisors with qualitative insights and quantitative metrics around the use of employees for Market Research.


KEY TOPICS

  • Internal Market Research Programs: Governance and Study Volume, Types, & Frequency
  • Effective Research Formats & Settings
  • Internal Market Research Program Objectives: Evaluating Goals, Benefits, & Limitations
  • Data Collection & Privacy Protection
  • The Role of Internal Market Research vs. Vendors
  • Quotes & Insights from the Field

KEY METRICS
  • Governance roles used for Internal market research Programs
  • Maturity of market research Programs
  • Annual Internal market research Studies Conducted
  • Study Types Conducted & Deployed
  • Vendor/Internal Market Research Group Collection Strategies
  • Employee Participation Risk Areas
  • Prevention Against Bias in Internal market research Studies
  • Top-Ranked Internal market research Goals
  • Evaluating Internal market research Program Success
  • Impact of Projects on Internal Client Relationships
  • Lessons Learned & Success Stories from Internal MR Leaders
SAMPLE KEY FINDING
  • Internal MR Programs tend to be ad hoc & not very formalized. Thirty-one percent of companies conduct internal market research on a “frequent” basis, with another 46 percent conducting it at least “sometimes.”
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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