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Quantitative research has always been a fascination of mine, but also a point of disgust. The idea that we can use personal opinion research to predict human behavior is a
People are always asking business owners: What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur today? They want to know: How do you do it, day in and day out,
I was fortunate enough to do an informational interview with an entrepreneur in my senior year at the University of St. Thomas. It wasn’t for an entrepreneurship class, because I
Human interaction has new rules, which means immersive and educational experiences need to adapt. Masks are standard now and likely will be for the next few years until we achieve
In the mid ‘90s, I was working at Yamamoto Moss and developed a research method to study, measure, and improve experiences. We tested it first on Northwest Airlines (you might
Snow days are gone. This is our opportunity to rethink everything about K-12 education.
Maybe you’ve heard of the concept: writing a love letter to your enemy or archrival for all they have given you. It isn’t easy to do while looking through the