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Setting Up a Research Repository That Will Actually Be Useful for Your Team

Many organizations are struggling to make their qualitative research scalable—findings are trapped in decks and the data is not findable or searchable. Co-located and remote work arrangements make collaboration on synthesis difficult. We need a platform to synthesize and organize our qualitative research inputs so that we can collaborate effectively and preserve the data for future use. Setting up a useful research repository requires teams to account for both your organizations’ structure and client segments as well as the goals of the individual studies.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
5:55 pm-6:15 pm
20:00 Minutes
Resetting your Research Project, Practice or StrategyResetting your Research Project, Practice or StrategyTeam Lead (Google Classroom) and Staff UX Researcher
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to UX Research That LastsThe 5 Love Languages: The Secret to UX Research That LastsUX Group Manager
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Director, Client Experience Strategy
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