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  • 3.10 Joshi Quant Interview Questions and Answers


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  • How to Find out What Triggers Customers to Buy


    It’s time to get customer-obsessed. Katelyn Bourgoin, the three-times founder, turned growth geek joins the podcast to explain the importance of using customer research to figure out what triggers customers to buy.We discuss the processes Katelyn uses to help companies understand what their customers are trying to achieve, and what barriers are stopping them from achieving it, so they can design better products market them more effectively.We covered:Why it’s important to understand what triggers your customersThe reasons why some marketers may be feeling overwhelmedSocial Media’s draining effect on Katelyn The first question Katelyn asks her new clients when starting customer researchHow the startup world taught Katelyn the importance of customer discoveryThe steps it takes to develop your customer’s personaWhy understanding your customer is more than gathering demographic and firmographic information How to disrupt the Super Mario power upmarketDon’t forget about the importance of the functional side of your productIdentify your customer’s challenges with their current solution Katelyn’s thoughts on one-on-one customer interviews One of Katelyn’s favorite sayings when conducting interviewsHow to make sense of the customer information you’ve gatheredResources:Katelyn’s WebsiteKatelyn on TwitterWhat is a martech stack?StrategyzerCernerBasecampWrikeHotjarKatelyn’s Forget the Funnel WebinarDovetail AppAirtableKatelyn’s Research TemplateAtomic Habits - James ClearCXL Blog

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  • Writing the Research Methods Section of Your Paper


    In this brief lecture, we'll describe the components of a 'Research Methods' section in a paper, including the procedures for collecting and analyzing data in a sociological research project.

  • Replay How to Address Your Customers Most Serious Concerns & Improve Conversions


    Does your sales process line up with your buyer's journey?In this episode, you'll learn why addressing your customer's concerns during the buying experience can reduce friction and boost conversions.Tune in as I chat with Barron Caster, the Director of Growth at Rev. He reveals the methods his team used to triple Rev's conversion rates over the last three years—and how you can become a better marketer by applying these principles to your business.We covered:Why inexperienced marketers focus on selling the product featuresWhere to get started with identifying your customers’ concernsBarron’s favorite place to find out how to improve conversion ratesWhat happens when you only focus on the leads who don’t convertThe surprising reason why you can’t rely on accurate tracking dataExactly what type of questions you should ask customers over the phoneHow to sort through your research data (and create a hypothesis)The pros and cons of running A/B tests individually vs. group testingRessources:Rev.comHotjarMixpanelHiten ShahAntifragile: Things That Gain from DisorderScientific AdvertisingInfluence by Robert CialdiniHow to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegiebarron@rev.comHow to Convince People to Buy (Without Being Pushy)

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  • Computational IR Tools, Techniques and Methods


    Alan Turing Institute for Data Science - June 2017

  • On Coaching #74: Alex Hutchinson- “The goal isn’t to go faster…the goal is to feel better doin


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  • Tips for Writing Research Proposals for Funding


    Tips for Higher Education Faculty for write their Research proposals. Overview of various schemes available from AICTE for their approved Institutions and Faculty like RPS, travel Grant, Unnat Bharat etc.
    Most of the faculty members are facing the difficulties to draft Detailed project Report (DPR) although they have research aptitude and problem formulation. preparing budget and timeline for execution is another challenge sometimes.
    some do have psychological barrier for rejection due to lack of influence, fear to get based evaluation of proposals, etc. There are many times departmental or institutional support doesn't come due to internal politics of the department/institutions etc.
    The true researcher should always focused on its research and development the results may delayed but can never be denied if determination, Dedication and Devotion is put into work.

  • Young Entrepreneur and How to Start a Business w CEO Mikey Moran


    Thanks for watching Tribe Theory x Bali Praia Workshop Young Entrepreneur & How to Start Your Business with Michaelangelo Moran

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  • Philip Goff on Galileos Error


    Philip Goff is a philosopher who argues that the traditional approaches of materialism and dualism face insuperable difficulties. Materialism is the view that consciousness can be explained in terms of physical processes in the brain whereas dualism is the view that consciousness is separate from the body and brain. On the basis of this Philip defends a form of panpsychism, the view that consciousness is a fundamental and ubiquitous feature of the physical world. It sounds a bit crazy, but he offers a compelling argument that avoids the difficulties faced by its rivals.

    In this interview we discuss:

    why consciousness is the experience or what it is like to Be you
    Why the movie Being John Malkevich is an experiential interpretation of empathy.
    How empathy relates to the interpretation of consciousness
    why people remain resistant to challenging materialism
    We also discuss:

    why we need to rethink what science is all about
    the meaning of panpsychism
    how time travel helps us to reimagine the mind and the world around us
    Let’s go to the show!

    Note: This interview was recorded in November of 2019.


    Philip’s book Galileo’s Error: Foundations for a New Science of Consciousness

    Jim Rutt on Building a Better Society: Episode 54

    The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James

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  • Qualitative Research Presentation


    Presentation done for requirements set forth by my qualitative research methods class in Fall 2017

  • Qualitative research questions


  • Research Interview Coding Video


    Interview conducted by: Brittany Johnson

    EDUC 520- Research Interview Coding Video Assignment

    Interview with Jason Mills-Principal, Giles High School.

    Interview focus on educational research within the field of Administration.

  • Marketing Interview Results Discussion


    Work, Invest, Plan Your Retirement from Anywhere, Anytime, on Your Own Terms... Marketing Interview Results Discussion

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  • Participant Observation Interviews


    Interviews I conducted for my Research Methods Class

  • Program evaluation interview


    Interview with student affairs director

  • RM Module 3 Research Design and Data ollection Dr Ian Mackechnie


  • Qualitative thesis project


    This is a video for my Psychology thesis students at the University of Aberdeen.

  • Choosing a Method of Data Collection for Your Research Project


    In this brief lecture, I'll outline a few tips for going about the process of selecting a method of data collection for your research project. We will distinguish between two forms of data collection: quantitative and qualitative research methods.

  • English Discourse Analysis


    English Discourse Project of third year student in Dhurakij Pundit University

  • Qualitative Research


    A basic discussion of the characteristics, importance, strengths and weaknesses of qualitative research.

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  • 11. september førte til religionsforskrækkelse


    Kirke- og troredaktør Anders Ellebæk Madsen analyserer udviklingen i religionslivet i Danmark siden 11. september 2001

  • 1 RTS Quantitative Research Intro


    Intro to Quantitative Research

  • Falloutboy & Mr. Data - Step in 2 our Tekktrap


    And another preview 4 the next BunKKerTekknology album release: Step in 2 our Tekktrap mixed nd produced by Falloutboy and Mr. Data


  • 2ME301 / Lecture 1: Overview, Sampling


  • Constructive methodology



  • Quantitative Data Analysis


    Penn State Supply Chain Entrepreneurship Pitch Contest
    Students - Paul Caldwell, Jason Glenn, Zach Zell

  • Coding Samples / voorbeelden van coderen


    Deze video laat een aantal producten zien waarop gecodeerd kan worden.
    Benieuwd of uw product ook gecodeerd kan worden? Neen contact op met ons kantoor
    Tel: 00-31-(0)10-5226052 of

  • Qualitative Thesis project 2019-2010


    This is a video for my thesis students at the School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen

  • A message to eligible voters in Jamaica 2011 General Elections


    A message to Voters in Jamaica's 2011 General Elections

  • Research Methods | Culminating Experience | Music Business | Berklee Online | Robert Lagueux


    Download Your Free Music Business Handbook Now:
    Learn More about This Course:

    All Master of Arts in Music Business students complete a culminating experience or thesis project. This experience is meant to be exactly as named: the culmination of your work in the program, the experience through which you synthesize all you have learned. The culminating experience helps to shape your next steps in the music industry and in your career. In short, the culminating experience provides an opportunity for you to complete unique and original professional work. Berklee Online instructor Robert Lagueux takes you through the culminating experience, while you make a creative contribution to and/or define and solve a problem that exists in the profession. This contribution may take the form of a research project, a creative project, a practical project, and/or another project of your devising. Regardless of the form that the culminating experience takes—whether creative, research-focused, or practical in nature—the culminating experience represents the highest expression of students’ learning at the graduate level.

    You will begin this experience with a written proposal. This course supports and guides you through the process of developing this proposal. The proposal describes your intentions regarding the culminating experience, discussing the form the project will take, as well as the scope of work. You will also identify the resources needed and develop a plan of action and timeline. Additionally, you will learn how to frame and evaluate inquiries using quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research methods: You will learn about different research methodologies, including interviews, observational methods, surveys, reflexive methods, case studies, analytical methods, and more. You will also learn which research requires additional ethical approvals, such as from Berklee’s Institutional Review Board. And, perhaps most importantly, you will learn how to align your culminating experience projects with your career goals.

    Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
    Write your culminating experience proposal in the format and style appropriate for your project and submit the proposal for approval by the course faculty member and faculty advisor
    Determine the scope of work you will master in your culminating experience
    Develop a plan of action and timeline for the culminating experience, as well as identify and develop a plan to attain resources needed
    Evaluate statistical approaches and results
    Evaluate the credibility and ethics of research conclusions

    About Robert Lagueux:
    Robert Lagueux is Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Graduate Studies, and founding Dean for Faculty Development at Berklee College of Music. He oversees Berklee's graduate-level degree programs as well as the creation of learning and development opportunities for faculty at all of Berklee's campuses, as well as for instructors at Berklee’s international partner schools. He has worked with faculty to enhance teaching and learning at the University of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, and Northeastern University. As a Fulbright Scholar at City University of Hong Kong, he spent a year developing programs to support general education and leading teaching workshops throughout Southeast Asia.

    Lagueux is a music historian who has published and presented on topics as diverse as Leonard Bernstein and the medieval celebration of Christmas. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and an M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Yale University

    About Berklee Online:
    Berklee Online is the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music, delivering online access to Berklee's acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world, offering online courses, certificate programs, and degree programs. Contact an Academic Advisor today:
    1-866-BERKLEE (US)
    1-617-747-2146 (international callers)

    Berklee Online | Berklee College of Music | Online Course | Culminating Experience | Research Methods | Music Business | Music Business Master | Robert Lagueux | Music Historian

  • 190327 Koda tematisera och summera Del 2


    Denna handledningsvideo är avsedd för studenter som skriver sitt examensarbete i förskollärar- och grundlärarprogrammen. Det är en fortsättning på videon med rubrik Den kvalitativa analys processen. Här ges ytterligare exempel på kodning, tematisering och summering av kvalitativ data.

  • Dat Step


  • 4 Years of Step When Youre Sure: The Special - Promo #3


    It has been 4 wonderful years of making covers! To celebrate the 4 years, we took 4 covers that we've done in those 4 years, re-recorded it, and even re-created the music video we created for that cover! Don't miss this special event --- this August 12th!

  • Post-Modernism


  • Marktonderzoek - Focusgroep Vitamin Water


  • Child & Adolescent Observation for Educators- Lily


    C Jordan Brown

  • Ethnograph


  • Empathic Neutrality


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Empathic Neutrality · Study Music Masters

    5 Hours of Study Music

    ℗ 2010 SMMG

    Released on: 2010-07-27

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • We Shall Receive


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    We Shall Receive (Apostle's Song) · Kevin Davidson & The Voices

    The Best of Kevin Davidson And The Voices

    ℗ 2008 New Haven Records LLC

    Released on: 2008-05-06

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • CURE1009 Research Methods in Cultural Studies interview video


    CURE1009 Research Methods in Cultural Studies
    Lecturer: Prof. Katrien Jacobs
    Topic: Online dating

    Group members:
    Chan Choi Hung Rainbow 1155041262
    Chan Tim Chun Mark 1155033294
    Cheng Ka Lee Kylie 1155033425
    Lee Man Wai Piano 1155030984
    Li Long Yan Lorraine 1155034485

  • Customer Service Ending Theme - S.J.


    Production of S.J.

    Thanks to the programs of Fl, Magix, and many other other types of musical program. ( Music 2013 )
    Official Video of the song's usage

  • Survey research video


    Tiffany's class video on survey research

  • Transformability


    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Transformability · Ilugdin Trio


    ℗ 2019 Losen Records

    Released on: 2019-03-22

    Producer: Dmitry Ilugdin

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • joy en nin choreo


    oldskool choreo op beyonce

  • Soundtrack Highlights from Guardians of the Galaxy


    Auburn High School Area Band Festival
    February 14, 2019

  • FGD 1 - Market Research - Group 4


    Marketing Research to determine why students go to a Restaurant

  • Self-Directed Learning IDT 525 - Duran and Tusko


    Chapter 4 - Self-Directed Learning (SDL) - CSUF - MSIDT, IDT525 Group Presentation 1 - Duran and Tusko

  • Presentation to Needs Assessment Coordination Service Association Conference


    Caring to the beat: Expressing the end of life care and support needs of Pacific older adults and their aiga (family) caregivers – Presentation overview

    Governments have called for programmes and policies that shift palliative care into the community. As a result, family caregiver responsibilities have increased. Already it has been estimated that family caregivers provide 75-90% of home-based care for people near the end of life. With the added responsibility comes considerable burden. Caregivers may be unwell themselves as well as financially compromised. Pacific caregivers in New Zealand are among those at particular risk due to the additional socioeconomic pressures they confront. However, little is known about how best to ameliorate the challenges they face and how their needs and access to palliative support and care may be met by health services.
    The goal of our research, therefore, was to add to evidence-based knowledge about the experiences and expectations of aiga carers and families, and identify approaches to palliative care services that healthcare providers can use. Furthermore, our intention was to translate that knowledge into digital stories and capture short videos in which aiga speak for themselves about their experiences providing care.
    This presentation describes the project we undertook with members of the Pacific community to achieve our research goals. We explain the application of our research design, discuss some of the results of our work and show the short music video and digital resources. The presentation provides information useful for engaging with local communities, addressing related needs to palliative and end of life care and support, and creating resources of particular value for groups underrepresented in palliative care research.
    Tāpinga ‘a Maama: Pacific Life and Death in Advanced Age was presented to the Needs Assessment Service Co-ordination Association conference in Auckland, New Zealand, on 8 September 2017. The conference provided the opportunity for attendees from across the streams of disability, mental health and older people’s health to network and hear from presenters who help to inform and support the work of NASC colleagues and the communities they serve. Sponsors of the conference included MyCare, Taikura Trust, LifeLinks, CAS’n’OVA Productions, and the Ministry of Health.

  • Explainable Automation for Automated Vehicles


    Personalized and Adaptive UIs to Foster Trust and Understanding of Driving Automation Systems. (Automotive UI 2020 Paper Presentation)

    Philipp Wintersberger, Hannah Nicklas, Thomas Martlbauer, Stephan Hammer, Andreas Riener.

    Recent research indicates that transparent information on the behavior
    of automated vehicles positively affects trust, but how such
    feedback should be composed and if user trust influences the amount
    of desired feedback is relatively unexplored. Consequently, we conducted
    an interview study with (N=56) participants, who were presented different videos of an automated vehicle from the ego perspective. Subjects rated their trust in the vehicle in these situations and could arbitrarily select objects in the driving environment that should be included in augmented reality feedback systems, so that they are able to trust the vehicle and understand its actions. The results show an inverse correlation between situational trust and participants’ desire for feedback and further reveal reasons why certain objects should be included in feedback systems. The study also highlights the need for more adaptive in-vehicle interfaces for trust calibration and outlines necessary steps for automatically generating feedback in the future.

  • Deciphering the Message / The Theme


    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Deciphering the Message / The Theme (Live) · The Jazz Messengers

    Original Jazz Sound: Live At the Cafe Bohemia

    ℗ Tsk Music

    Released on: 2013-06-17

    Composer: Mobley
    Composer: Dorham

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