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Spicing up your sources

Sep. 2nd | Posted by 0 comments
Photo by sling@flickrResearchers love their sources, like cooks love their sauces. Also like cooks, researchers are constantly expanding their collection of sources to turn to. Like good product testing, each week time is set aside to get to know a few new sources for finding, sharing or managing information. It is all part of building in quality and reassurance into delivering research services. Read more...

Connecting the little dots

Aug. 7th | Posted by 0 comments
Porter's 5 forces:  Designed by Greg EmmerichResearch is all about connecting lots and lots of little dots to find the answer. People in business are often looking for granular information, which isn’t obvious or easy to find, to help to support or challenge their business ideas, strategies, or proposals. Read more...

MBA tips

Aug. 23rd | Posted by 1 comments
MBAA recent invitation to deliver a guest lecture to MBA students from Flinders University Business School, in Adelaide, was time to think about some helpful lifelong research tips for business savvy students. My top 3 research tips for the international business students were tips to save time, and find reliable information - beyond their upcoming projects, and into their working lives. Read more...

Research tips for 2012

Dec. 1st | Posted by 0 comments
Re-searchWe are all researchers at some time during the day. Over the last few years, it has been a pleasure to share some ideas with readers around the world on practical ways to help you with your everyday research. In 2011 research tips has covered the four basic elements of research that help you to find what you are looking for and connect the dots. Read more...

It’s all on Google

Jul. 1st | Posted by 0 comments
All of google_smallThere isn’t a day go by, when most of us don’t use Google at some stage. It is simple, reliable, its maps feature is great, and it is constantly coming up with new and nifty ideas – some work and some don’t. So many people start, and finish, their searching with Google, that publishers and researchers often hear the comment – “it’s all on Google”. If it’s not already – will it be shortly? Read more...