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Ethnography Atelier Podcast

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Ethnography Atelier Podcast

Ruthanne Huising, Pedro Monteiro, Samantha Ortiz, Pauli Pakarinen and Audrey Holm

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The Ethnography Atelier podcast discusses research methods with accomplished qualitative researchers. We talk to guests about their experiences of conducting research in and around organizations, the challenges they faced and the understandings they gained. The podcast is an initiative of the Ethnography Atelier at emlyon business school which promotes ethnographic and other qualitative research. Hosted by Ruthanne Huising, Pedro Monteiro, Samantha Ortiz, Pauli Pakarinen and Audrey Holm. For ...
 
Welcome to Awkward Silences by User Interviews, where we interview the people who interview people. Listen as we geek out on all things UX research, qualitative data, and the craft of understanding people to build better products and businesses. Hosted by Erin May and JH Forster, VPs of growth/marketing and product at User Interviews.
 
Qualitative research has the power to positively impact people’s lives. Join Dr. Stacy Penna, NVivo Community Director as she talks to qualitative researchers to discover their innovative research methods, applied practices and passionate insights. Whether you are a student, new to qualitative methods or a published qualitative researcher, this is the podcast for you.
 
The Words Matter Podcast brings you insights, reflections and conversations focused on the latest evidence, theory, philosophy and practice of communication-focused healthcare. Find out about the more tacit, 'softer' and personal side of clinical practice such as the role of philosophy, beliefs, behaviours, developing therapeutic relationships or the purposeful use of language with people experiencing pain from expert academics, clinicians and researchers from across the world and spanning t ...
 
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BJGP Interviews

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BJGP Interviews

The British Journal of General Practice

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Listen to BJGP Interviews for the latest updates on primary care and general practice research. Hear from researchers and clinicians who will update and guide you to the best practice. We all want to deliver better care to patients and improve health through better research and its translation into practice and policy. The BJGP is a leading international journal of primary care with the aim to serve the primary care community. Whether you are a general practitioner or a nurse, a researcher, ...
 
The CBRL inspires and supports the highest quality research in the humanities and social sciences in the countries of the Levant. Through its events and outreach activities, CBRL encourages the exchange and dissemination of knowledge and ideas for the benefit of all. CBRL is a non-profit organisation. Comments and queries are welcome to: cbrldevelopment@thebritishacademy.ac.uk.
 
These are the Women in Sport and Exercise Academic Network (WiSEAN) podcasts. The overall purpose of WiSEAN is to grow, strengthen and promote research on women in sport and exercise, with the ultimate goal of optimizing women’s athletic success and their participation. We, therefore, invite academics, researchers and practitioners from sport and exercise to join us for our podcast, so they can share their thoughts, activities, research and advice. https://www.wisean.net/
 
“This is Product Management” interviews the brightest minds across the numerous disciplines that fuel modern product teams. Episodes span from arts to science, tactics to strategies, confessions to professions. Take a deep dive into user experience, statistics, innovation, differentiation, design, development, metrics, and more with the latest podcast for product managers. This is Product Management is produced by Feedback Loop Learn more and subscribe at tipm.feedbackloop.com
 
Research in Action is a weekly podcast about topics and issues related to research in higher education from experts across a range of disciplines.
 
Value investing is more than an investment strategy — it’s a fundamental way of thinking about finance. Value investing was developed in the 1920s at Columbia Business School by professors Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, MS ’21. The authors of the classic text, Security Analysis, Graham and Dodd were the very pioneers of their field and their security analysis principles provided the first rational basis for investment decisions. Despite the vast and volatile changes in the economy and secur ...
 
Question Authority helps DTC brands and marketers absorb best practices (or break bad habits) in the art & science of questions... be it zero-party data, the qualitative layer, ethnography, surveys, behavioral science, or other types of market research. Powered by EnquireLabs, Shopify's leading platform for surveys and question streams.
 
Market research in healthcare is overdue for a change. When we review the transcripts from patients and healthcare professionals, we are looking at the words, but lacking the clues behind how they were said. Without the tone, rate, inflection, even pauses, we lose too much value in transcription. This new podcast from inVibe Labs explores topics around the hidden insights within the acoustic signals of what we say, how we say it, and the deeper meanings and emotions; all critical clues about ...
 
Startup Insights is a podcast for entrepreneurs interested in building businesses that solve real problems. We tell stories about early stage startups and how they’ve used user research to shape their product and strategy. We interview entrepreneurs and researchers who have come to understand their customers through interviews, surveys, and other techniques. Our guests highlight specific examples of how their businesses conduct research - and what they’ve learned along the way.
 
This doctoral research explores the hidden workplace structures of homophobic binary expectations and enforcement, and how these constructs affect the working lives of gender non-conforming and non-binary lesbians/queers. From the bathroom to the boardroom and most work spaces in between, non-binary and gender non-conforming lesbians/queers face discrimination and harassment stemming from assumptions and prejudices arising from their gender presentation.This qualitative research project used ...
 
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SWDESIGNLABS

Southwest Design Labs

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We operate the first mobile podcast studio in the American Southwest and travel in search of the best stories from design thinkers, entrepreneurs and organizations who are finding new and innovative ways to communicate the story of their brand. Our mission: To use principles of design thinking and qualitative research to help businesses and organizations solve complex challenges.
 
ISPIM - the International Society for Professional Innovation Management - is a community of members from research, industry, consulting and the public sector, all sharing a passion for innovation management - how to successfully create new products, processes and services from ideas to stimulate economic growth and well-being. Formed in Norway in 1983, ISPIM is the oldest, largest and most active truly global innovation network.
 
Hi! I'm Erin, and I help Virtual Assistants, like you, find your niche and grow your business with clients you love. With over a decade of experience doing high-end travel, social media marketing, calendar management, qualitative research, conference curation and event production, I feel like I've done it all. Now, as your Virtual Assistant Mentor, I get to share all of my best tips and tools with you. Thanks for spending your valuable time with me! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vi ...
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. Join Anthropologist and culture expert Dr. Adam Gamwell for curated conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds on our creative potential through design, culture, business and technology. Change yo ...
 
A podcast which is a co-creation between lecturers and students of Allied Health Professions. The episodes of this podcast are aimed at AHP students or clinicians looking at further study information or to refresh their understanding of research. The topics include areas such as academic study, research methods, critical appraisal & decision making, and are a discussion led by students across different professions and all levels of study. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa ...
 
These podcasts are recordings from a programme of events hosted by LSE Department of International Development in September 2020, arising out of three years research on Contracting Welfare Services to NGOs in China. It was funded by the ESRC and comprises an international team of researchers from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, Beijing Normal University and University of New South Wales. The research was carried out over five locations in China and focused on three sec ...
 
This conference took place in the Royal Irish Academy on May 7 2013. The conference sought to strengthen the profile and advance the research agenda of the Humanities and qualitative Social Sciences within the framework of Horizon 2020. The central objective of this event was to give prominence to previously neglected aspects of the Humanities and Social Sciences as the means of identifying 'alternative competences' and demonstrating their central value with regard to cultural, social and ec ...
 
Welcome to the Active Travel Podcast! We are founded by the Active Travel Academy, which was set up in September 2019, at the University of Westminster, to bring together expertise to lead research, teaching and knowledge exchange, with a focus on walking and cycling, and other ‘micromobilities’ from e-scooters to electric hand cycles; and reduction in car use. Our expertise comes from across the University and beyond, from disciplines including transport and urban studies, architecture, soc ...
 
Leading with Data is a podcast dedicated to sharing the tried and true strategies that make analytics more human and inspire data-driven decisions across your company. If you have ever wished to be a fly on the wall during insightful and transformative conversations from data & analytics thought leaders, this is the show for you.
 
Wondering how today’s data product leaders are designing machine learning and analytics solutions that are useful, usable, and valuable to their businesses? How do the disciplines of UX design, data product management, data science, and analytics dance together to build valuable, usable, and indispensable decision support applications? One of the biggest challenges of today’s leaders is that adoption of analytics and ML solutions by users continues to be low or even non-existent. My name is ...
 
A deep dive into the craft of Product Marketing with the best Product Marketers in the world. Each week we sit down with Product Marketing experts at some of the fastest growing technology companies in the world. Hosted by Jeffrey Vocell, Director of Product Marketing at Iterable and brought to you by Sharebird.com, the leading Product Marketing question and answer site.
 
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In this episode of Getting to Aha!, Darshan Mehta is joined by Dan Fleetwood, President of Research and Insights at QuestionPro. They discuss Dan’s aha! moments along his career journey. They further discuss roadmaps to online survey response optimization, role of online communities in market research, and much more. They delve into the influence o…
 
How do you unlock the opinions of a generation? And what does it change when you can tap into qualitative research at scale? The person to ask is Jay Richards, co-founder of Imagen Insights, which helps big brands like Amazon Prime, Sky, Puma, the NFL, Pepsico and many more, to access thousands of Gen Z opinions, within 48 hours. Not coming from a …
 
In today's episode, we interview Dr. Chrysan Mohammed. Chrysan is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Global Medical Affairs and Scientific Evidence at Johnson and Johnson Vision Care in Jacksonville Fl. She obtained her PhD in Molecular Medicine from The University of Toledo, College of Medicine and Life Sciences. We learn about Chrysan's career path before …
 
Welcome to another episode of the Words Matter Podcast. So we are at the penultimate episode of the clinical reasoning series and I hope you’ve enjoyed it and much as I have. In the final episode I’ll be chatting with Matthew Low where we will be reflecting on the series as a whole and tying up any loose ends in regards to what this all means for c…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr Anita Lim who is a Senior Research Fellow, School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King’s College London. Paper: Non-speculum clinician-taken samples for HPV testing: a cross sectional study in older women https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2021.0708 Speculum use is a significant …
 
Today I sit down with Vijay Yadav, head of the data science team at Merck Manufacturing Division. Vijay begins by relating his own path to adopting a data product and UX-driven approach to applied data science, andour chat quickly turns to the ever-present challenge of user adoption. Vijay discusses his process of designing data products with custo…
 
This week's interviewee, Emily Cummin, is carving out a new industry- not quite Death Tech, but Grief Tech instead. Her platform, Untangle was founded to help people dealing with big loss, whether bereavement or divorce, to cope with the emotional and practical fall out. Untangle are still pre-revenue, but are just about to turn on a series of inco…
 
Vignesh Krishnan, CEO of Research Defender, shares the steps you can take to minimize fraud in your research, his take on the role of product management, and how he has navigated his own successful PM career. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, a DISQO company, the agile research platform designed for product and marketing teams. Get access at https…
 
In today's episode, we learn about Sarah's preparation for the data collection of her PhD. We talk first about the research itself and the research question that the experiments will address. Then, we address the data collection methods that she will use, and the tools she will use for the data collection. We dive a bit deeper into the participant …
 
In this Episode, guest hosts Kelly Guyotte and Seth McCall interview Candace Kuby and Becky Christ about their work on speculative qualitative inquiry and pedagogy. A transcript of the episode can be found at the following link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vT3GPrMhAq3CEwVBq8RWbDijLun33mlqdbPamsjAdKDPG8w0Q1J_n4nkhfgELfVCRrunmZhAJzY1W…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr Sarah Price who is a research fellow at the University of Exeter Medical School. Paper: Intra-abdominal cancer risk with abdominal pain: a prospective cohort primary care study https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2021.0552 Abdominal pain is a non-specific symptom, which may portend serious disease, including intra-abdominal c…
 
In this episode with Prof. Christine Beckman and Prof. Melissa Mazmanian, we talk about the promises and challenges involved in conducting research in intimate spaces, such as in people’s homes, instead of the workplace, where most organization and management research usually takes place. Christine and Melissa reflect on the research for their rece…
 
In the world of product design, wordsmiths go by many names—UX writers, content strategists, product writers, and so on. But whatever you call them, these folks play an important role in developing seamless user experiences. Yuval Keshtcher is the Founder of the UX Writing Hub, an online education platform helping hundreds of people perfect their U…
 
How do you create a portfolio strategy that takes into account both safety and the pursuit of your aspirational goals? That’s what today’s guest, Ashvin Chhabra, set out to answer with the Wealth Allocation Framework. Ashvin is President and Chief Investment Officer of Euclidean Capital, a New York-based family office for James H. Simons & Marilyn …
 
In this podcast episode, Dr. Corey Johnson, who collaborates with Dr. Diana Parry, both professors in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo discusses the importance of social justice in qualitative inquiry in the second edition of their book Fostering Social Justice through Qualitative Inquiry: A Methodologi…
 
In today's episode, we interview Harsha Sheelam, our first guest from India. Harsha is a PhD candidate, published author of children's books and juvenile fiction, business owner, social worker, and business graduate. She shares her story of how her career path developed and how she decided to go do her PhD, as well as the various topics she has bee…
 
Episode Description In one of my past memos to my list subscribers, I addressed some questions about agile and data products. Today, I expound on each of these and share some observations from my consulting work. In some enterprise orgs, mostly outside of the software industry, agile is still new and perceived as a panacea. In reality, it can just …
 
In this episode we talk to Dr Yin Zhou who is a GP and Clinical Research Fellow at the Primary Care Unit, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, at the University of Cambridge. Paper: Pre-diagnostic clinical features and blood tests in patients with colorectal cancer: a retrospective linked data study https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2021.0563 U…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. We have reached the final few episodes of the clinical reasoning series; and I hope you have enjoyed the journey up to this point. This series and the podcast more broadly is made possible by all the Patreon support, and ever a huge thank you for those supporting the show and to those listenin…
 
Looking for methods to identify and manage power users in your product? In this episode, Christian Kletzl, CEO and co-founder of UserGems how to do this. Plus, he shares why he built the product for humans and not companies. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, a DISQO company, the agile research platform designed for product and marketing teams. Get…
 
In this episode of Getting to Aha!, Darshan Mehta is joined by Phil Irvine, Vice President, Audience Intelligence at RPA. They discuss Phil’s aha! moments, market and audience intelligence, how to improve marketing experiences, developing a marketing strategy based on data and reality, shifting brands' mindsets to customer-centricity, optimizing th…
 
In today's episode, we first do a general update on what we are working on, as well as what is going well and what we identify as our current struggles. Then, we answer the following questions that came in through Instagram and Twitter: How to do qual analysis in Nvivo? How easy is it to settle down in a different country other than the one where y…
 
Dr Lori Gano-Overway is the director of and instructor in the coaching education minor program at James Madison University. She has been involved in coaching education for over 20 years teaching coaching courses and workshops, collaborating with coaches on creating environments that foster positive experiences and performance enhancement outcomes f…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr Kimberley Foley who is a Research Associate at the Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London. Paper: Impact of Covid-19 on primary care contacts with children and young people aged 0-24 years in England; longitudinal trends study 2015-2020 https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2021.0643 The Covid-19 …
 
Venture Capital claims a lot of Techcrunch headlines, covers our Linkedin timelines, and eats months of our lives and runway, as founders fundraising. But, it can be hard to separate the celebrations of fundraises, from whether Venture Capital is really right for you as a founder, what it will cost you personally, and what is going to increase your…
 
It is commonplace to seek to enforce international law as a means of vindicating the rights of the Palestinian people, including, fundamentally, the right to liberation. Legal “tools” deployed to dismantle the “master’s house” of colonial oppression, to borrow from Audre Lorde. But the international legal system is embedded with the ideology and te…
 
This talk summarises the main arguments in Awad Halabi’s forthcoming book, Palestinian Rituals of Identity: The Prophet Moses Festival in Jerusalem, 1850-1948 (University of Texas Press, late 2022).The work focuses on the festival (mawsim) that honours the 13th century shrine of the Prophet Moses (maqam al-Nabi Musa) located south of Jericho, Moses…
 
“The data is the data, and that’s it.” As a model user, it’s easy to get hyperfocused on quantitative data but reality requires a broader approach. In the current market environment with uncertainty at every turn, it’s an advantage to be able to blend quantitative and qualitative analysis with years of experience observing the interaction between t…
 
We’re changing things up a bit! Introducing a brand new series: Tacos and Tide Pods! Every month or so, Erin and JH will chat with User Interviews’s VP of Research, Roberta Dombrowski. They’ll talk about what’s going on behind the scenes at User Interviews, reflect on recent lessons learned, share their thoughts on the UXR space right now, and disc…
 
In today's episode, we interview Zama Dlamini. Zama is a PhD candidate at the University of Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa, working in the fields of gender and religion. She is also a mother of four and entered the PhD at a later stage in life. We learn about Zama's research, and how her background as a Lay minister informed her research topic, and …
 
This time, it's Chris Arning who's come to stir the pot with Drago and Scott. Chris runs boutique consultancy Creative Semiotics, teaches an online course titled How to Do Semiotics in Seven Weeks and is the co-founder of Semiofest, and more... What did we get up to stirring up: - We start off with that perennial question of what is Semiotics. - Ch…
 
Today I’m talking about how to measure data product value from a user experience and business lens, and where leaders sometimes get it wrong. Today’s first question was asked at my recent talk at the Data Summit conference where an attendee asked how UX design fits into agile data product development. Additionally, I recently had a subscriber to my…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr Rohini Mathur who is an associate professor of epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Dr Sally Hull who is a GP and a member of the Clinical Effectiveness Group at QMUL. Paper: Characterisation of type 2 diabetes subgroups and their association with ethnicity and clinical outcomes: a UK …
 
What do you need to know as a founder raising early stage, pre-seed or seed funding? Who are angels? What do they care about? How do they make investment decisions? What should you be asking of them? And what can you do to increase your chances of a successful raise? In this episode we meet founder of entrepreneurial community Dffrnt, Ash Phillips,…
 
Our 300th episode features Ronke Majekodunmi a senior product manager at PayPal. She gives her thoughts and guidance for meaningful product leadership and how to build successful mentor relationships. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, a DISQO company, the agile research platform designed for product and marketing teams. Get access at https://go.fe…
 
In this episode of Getting to Aha!, Darshan Mehta is joined by Dan Gingiss, Chief Experience Officer at The Experience Maker. They discuss Dan’s pivotal and aha! moments during and after his traditional marketing career. They also discuss the best ways to create remarkable customer experiences, misconceptions common to customer experience, employee…
 
As Sarah is preparing to attend and present at her first conference, she asks Eva for advice on how to prepare for the conference. We discuss what we can set as goals for presenting research at a conference, as well as what makes an excellent conference presentation. Eva recommends to spend sufficient time on the introduction and to think about the…
 
Before becoming the Editor in Chief of Views, I needed to give up the reigns of the podcast feature and I turned them over to Foster Winter, who did an absolutely wonderful job with it. His calming voice and insightful questions took our podcast feature up a few notches and I am grateful for his presence on our committee. Many of you know that Fost…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr David Whiteley who is a lecturer at the Department of Nursing and Community Health, School of Health and Life Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University. Paper: Developing a primary care-initiated hepatitis C treatment pathway in Scotland: A qualitative study https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2022.0044 Historically, GPs were r…
 
In this episode, mentor, Dr. Kelly Guyotte, and, mentee, Carlson Coogler, discuss their experiences of mentorship. They specifically address mentorship within the Qualitative Research SIG. The episode begins with Carlson interviewing Kelly, but flips halfway through as Kelly begins to interview Carlson. Boden Robertson serves as the guest host, int…
 
Welcome back to Season 7! From the move to Manhattanville to the new curriculum for the value investing program at The Heilbrunn Center, there have been many changes since we wrapped our last season at the end of 2021. Outside of that, a lot has happened in the markets. We’ve seen significant drawdowns in some growth stocks, conversations are cente…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast. So we are up to the 8th episode of the Clinical Reasoning Series and on today I’m speaking with Dr Nathalia Costa about clinical uncertainty. Nathalia is a Brazilian physiotherapist who completed PhD studies in Australia used mixed-methods to investigate the nature of low back pain flares (see…
 
Context acts as the bridge between an abstract idea (’a comfortable user experience’) and a tangible design (‘cushioned, breathable running shoes’). Although gaining context through remote research can be tricky, our UXR friends with an anthropological background know the solution: Digital ethnography. This week, we’re joined by Megan McLean, User …
 
In today's episode, we interview Martyne Farris, who is an instructor of anthropology and PhD candidate in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Her research combines anthropology, public policy, education, and linguistics to explore the barriers refugee women experience after they arrive in Canada. Both she and her husband a…
 
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