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Kathryn E. Campbell Dec 15
Replying to @katetowsey
Something to aspire to. For now I’d be delighted to have research reliably happen at every stage of the product process, from inception to post-launch feedback. But thinking through research ops efficiency from the beginning is helpful for scaling.
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Kathryn E. Campbell 18h
Replying to @jhforster
Recruiting & scheduling, especially on the B2B side where that means hunting down participants. Interview logistics. Project management updates to stakeholders. Ensuring reports are tagged appropriately and posted in an organized manner that others can find.
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Nicola Hancock Dec 14
Ah, one of those things - tech for home visits! Spent a lot of time this week trying to get IP addresses from participants to access a secure site for testing. In an ideal world I'd love to ask to just open up the site for a few hours, rather than ask for more.
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Kate Towsey Dec 13
wisdom from Facebook. "We’ve built a dedicated research operations team... This lets us keep improving efficiency so researchers can stay focused on what matters most: their craft."
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Sam Rye Dec 6
Really valuable insights from on working in a product-centric organisation, to shift research to user-goal centricity - an important nuance for continuous contexts
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Kate Towsey Dec 6
YES. An excellent listicle from . Illustrates why is necessary for 10+ teams (or smaller ones with too much demand). Because every list item is either an operational opportunity or debt.
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Saskia Liebenberg Dec 14
I learned so much about last month - but 3 things stood out
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Sam Rye Dec 6
Great to see speaking to the importance of context, the shortcomings of methodology-driven design, and touching on in keynote 👏
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ana maria Dec 10
Thread by : "1. I feel like the great debate on Research unicorns is happening like it did with user experience design. 2. A fe it’s really more than a single role. 3. Researc […]"
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Samantha Yuen Dec 9
last Fri, we released v0.7 of our career framework + toolkit for UX designers into the wild, so they could digest before Fri’s walkthrough. my body then slept 28 hrs while my mind dreamt of being bread (torn apart) and fish (cut up). today, I breathe and soldier on
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Lean UXmas Dec 12
Replying to @Miss_Hanie
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Jeanette Fuccella Dec 11
“Analyzing research takes an average 2.7 times as long as conducting it.”  — 
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Holly McFadden Dec 15
"should individuals be responsible for selling their own data or should we continue to leave it to the "data brokers"?
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Chris Adams Dec 10
I wrote a bit about what I've learned about in Healthcare in Berlin after a recent event. It'll take about 8 minutes to read. Enjoy! (I hope).
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Holly McFadden 4h
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Chris Adams Dec 11
Convivial gathering in Berlin y'all. We're doing more social events like this next year and if you're interested, it's worth following to find out about future events in your part of the world and online 👍
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Jose Coronado Dec 6
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Kate Towsey Dec 10
An excellent post by about knowledge management, tools, scaling and starting small. 'Applying principles to healthcare in Berlin'
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JH Forster Dec 6
👇Great, great thread if you're interested at all in or
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Jeanette Fuccella Dec 14
I'm very thankful to the leaders for building a strong, vibrant, and passionate community!
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