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Designing, Implementing, and Enhancing a Research Screening and Prioritization Process
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (CDT)
Developing and Implementing Research Screening and Prioritization Processes
Agreeing on a set of criteria that projects should meet before spending research dollars or time and then getting that set of criteria approved by senior management will:
Give the research department leverage in focusing time and resources on higher value requests
Help avoid wasting time on low value requests and give the research department a clear and objective means of prioritization- significantly decreasing stakeholder perception that their request was not treated fairly if not given priority
Help internal stakeholders think through what they really need out of a project from a business perspectiv
Help position the department as a good steward of corporate resources
Train stakeholders over time as to the most effective way to work with research to maximize personal and professional success
Despite these benefits, the majority of organizations surveyed did not have a screening process in place. Drawing on depth interviews conducted with senior corporate research executives, this training session will demonstrat
Trends in Utlization among Companies- Quantitative Data
How to Establish a Set of High Value Screening Criteria
Get Senior Management and Stakeholder Approval
Questions to Calibrate How Well Each Request Meets the Criteria
Implement and Refine the Screening and Prioritization Process
Overcome Challenges with Implementation
Date: July 10th at 11:30 a.m. CST
Cost to attend is $199
Attendees will also receive:
• A certificate of completion from Quirk's and RI & ROI
• A one-hour private consultation with Brett Hagins on implementing the strategies discussed
• Credit (1.5 hours) toward Professional Researcher Certification or renewal
• A recording of the live event including the question and answer period
If you are register within 24 hours of receipt of this e-mail, you will also receive the “Screening and Prioritization Synthesis ” a 15-page Word document synthesizing specific questions asked to prioritize and calibrate the value of research requests combined from interviews with approximately 15 different companies .
Finally, all attendees will receive a 20% discount off the complete Study of the 4R's of Research: Revenue, Risk, Results, and Return if purchased within 90 days from the completion of this session.
Brett Hagins has conducted multiple paid online training sessions for Quirks with participant satisfaction ratings of over 90%. He has conducted training sessions for Microsoft, Thompson Reuters, HBO, and ING Direct.
Hagins has substantial client-side research experience with organizations such as Blockbuster, EDS (now Hewlett Packard) and Texas Instruments. He is a frequent contributor to Quirks and a consultant to multiple corporate research departments.
When & Where
Research Innovation and ROI, Inc.
Reesearch Innovation and ROI studies best practices among corporate research departments. Quirks partnered with Research Innovation and ROI to field one of the largest studies ever done among client-side research executives.
A quantitative study, “Revenue, Risk, Results, and Return”, was followed by 75 in-depth interviews to with the objectives of maximizing the business impact of research, reducing unnecessary costs, and more explicitely quantifying the economic value of research. This was followed by the development of an in-depth report and over 100 pages of case studies.