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Announcing the winners of the 2nd Ginny Valentine Badge of Courage Awards, held this year in New York. These winners inspire us with their dedication and drive: they include clients pushing for more innovative suppliers or taking unpopular stands on research issues; researchers shaking up their industry’s culture and received wisdom; and researchers working in dangerous conditions to allow people’s voices to be heard.
Your 2013 Ginny Valentine Badge of Courage award holders are:
Kristin Luck, Decipher (US), for Fearlessly Advocating Gender Equality
Stan Sthanunathan, Coca-Cola (US), for Leading by Principle
Batool Batalvi, SB&B Marketing Research (Pakistan and Canada), for Raw Bravery for the Greater Good
Kyle Nel, Lowe’s Home Improvement (US), for Taking Action
John Kearon, Brainjuicer (UK), for Waking up the Industry
Manish Makhijani, Unilever (UK), for Grace under Fire
Catalina Meija and Yanhaas, (Colombia), for Giving a Voice to the People
Tom HC Anderson, Anderson Analytics (US), for Networking and Rabble Rousing
Lenny Murphy, GreenBook Blog (US), for Openness and Sharing
http://www.researchliberationfront.com/theevent.html
Congrats to all!
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Return To A World Without Questions:
Tom Ewing’s World Without Questions paper recently won its second ESOMAR award. 18 months on, he looks at the arguments in the paper and what’s changed since writing it.
At the ESOMAR Congress in Istanbul last week the paper won the Excellence Award for the best paper at any ESOMAR event this year – a flattering claim!
http://brianjuicerblog.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/return-to-a-world-without-questions/
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10 Things We Learned About Big Data At The Analytics With Purpose Conference...
Over the last two days in San Diego, BrainJuicer has been proud to co-present the first Analytics With Purpose conference with the AMA. The subtitle – The Human Edge Of Data – was a pointer to the fact that we both wanted this to be more than “just another Big Data conference”, but instead present a panorama of the complex relationships between marketing, research, people and large-scale data. In this post conference Chair Tom Ewing looks back on the event and pulls out 10 talking points.
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