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Marketing Research Using Brainstorming And Idea Generation

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There are 25 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

How research can connect shopper attitudes and behaviors
This article discusses the impact of personal biases, outside influences and shopping influences on a shopper’s purchase decision and how research can minimize the discrepancy between shopper attitudes and shopper behaviors - and improve category purchase.
Where will your company’s next great idea come from? From your customers.
Collaborating with customers, through online communities, offers a new and exciting way to develop new product ideas. The authors present examples from Del Monte Foods and its research with pet owners and from a toy manufacturer and snack-food maker.
Using role play and guided imagery for concept generation
For designers of new products, the author recommends conducting role play exercises in which the participants put themselves in the users’ shoes. By paying attention to physical and emotional reactions to situations encountered during the role play, designers can create products that that really serve users’ needs.
Using ethnography to spark new product ideas
Watching consumers interact with products can lead to new product ideas by observing consumers’ frustrations and workarounds with current products.
Qualitatively Speaking: Involving kids in the creative process is the name of the game
Kids have open minds, which are perfect for the process of innovation and brainstorming. Tips are provided on how to find the best kids for the job and how adult facilitators can maximize the kids’ abilities.

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Recent Articles

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PayPal nets payoff from using innovation games to understand the shopping experience
This article gives an overview of innovation games, using a case study with PayPal to illustrate how putting consumers in a game-like mind-set can drive idea generation.
Make a splash! A quick look at the waves of market innovation
Based on trends established over the past three decades, this article provides an overview of the five waves of innovation and stresses the importance of getting to the fifth wave of market disruption.
Get hyper-creative with your new product research
The author profiles hyper-creative respondents and explains their beneficial role in the new product development process.
How research can connect shopper attitudes and behaviors
This article discusses the impact of personal biases, outside influences and shopping influences on a shopper’s purchase decision and how research can minimize the discrepancy between shopper attitudes and shopper behaviors - and improve category purchase.
A process for improving packaging research ROI
The author explains how companies can maximize their investments in packaging research by following five best practices: validating, screening, benchmarking, innovating and integrating.

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