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The Elevated Outcomes of True Teamwork

The Elevated Outcomes of True Teamwork

When we consider our roles at work, often there is a focus on individual skills and knowledge – our training and the specialties we bring to a job and how it contributes to the result. One thing we don’t necessarily consider is how important our collaboration or work alongside others is. After all, it is rare to work on projects

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Benchmarking and unhappy obsession?

Benchmarking – an unhealthy obsession?

Having spent a great deal of time in both customer and employee insights, I’ve participated in numerous lively debates around the importance of benchmarking. To some, it’s an absolute must-have, eclipsing almost any other factor in a listening programme. But I’m not convinced.  In the customer space, sure. Having appropriately contextualised benchmarking data (i.e. local competition, same industry, some form

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The Evolved Group wins the ESOMAR Global Award for Innovation and Technology

The Evolved Group wins the ESOMAR Global Award for Innovation & Technology

We’re excited to share that The Evolved Group has won the ESOMAR Global Award for Innovation & Technology for our CEO Garreth’s presentation at the recent AMSRS conference. This award recognises Australia’s important contribution to technology and innovation in the global market research industry and is presented for the conference presentation that most clearly highlights the development and implementation of a

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The top five don’ts of designing effective employee engagement programs

The top five don’ts of designing effective employee engagement programs

I worked in large organisations for more than 20 years and I think it’s fair to say I’ve experienced my fair share of employee engagement surveys and programs! It’s included everything from completing my first paper-based employee satisfaction survey when I was starting out as a Marketing Assistant, to managing my team’s participation in programs developed by some of the

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Do you need a degree to get a job

Do you need a degree to get a job?

Full disclosure, I don’t have a degree. When I left school, I thought I had an idea of what I wanted to do but I wasn’t sure. To help me figure out what I wanted to do before committing to a degree, I became a fan of doing shorter taster courses. And then the lure of travel happened. I moved

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ethics and data integrity

Ethics and data integrity

Ethics and data integrity: When employee engagement survey data is used to predict the behaviour of people that have completed the survey. As predictive modelling becomes even more commonplace, with models being used to predict everything from what television shows will be watched tonight to election outcomes, there’s a couple of questions that run deep into ethics when predictive modeling

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