COVID-19 and the Global Media: A Real-Time Perspective
Posted on 03-25-2020 by Alyssa Vorhees

The coronavirus known as COVID-19 has become a global media phenomenon. Not only has it captured the hard news headlines, but it has influenced every news segment, from business to sports and from entertainment to, of course, healthcare. It’s not very often that unexpected events come to so... Read More

A Guide for Determining Source Credibility
Posted on 08-20-2019 by Kate Reyes

The internet’s seemingly infinite volume of information can be a researcher’s best friend and worst enemy. It all depends, of course, if the info and data you glean from it are valid. Often, you know whether or not to trust a particular source based on your previous experiences and the general... Read More

There’s No Such Thing as the Right Partner without the Right Research
Posted on 07-11-2019 by Korinne Bressler

When multiple people or organizations bring their unique strengths together the results are often greater than what either could have achieved alone. The very best business partnerships have catapulted careers and fueled business growth. Partnership between brands can help reach new audiences, and professional... Read More

How Research Helps Nonprofits Build Better Donor Lists
Posted on 06-10-2019 by Alyssa Vorhees

While most organizations and their leaders value efficiency, maximizing time and dollars is a categorical imperative for nonprofits. Not only do these organizations often operate with razor thin budgets and incredibly lean staffing, they also must spend a large amount of time and resources building lists... Read More

Three Ways Research Can Improve Your Executive Search
Posted on 05-31-2019 by Korinne Bressler

The role of chief executive—whether that’s a president, CEO, managing director or some other title—is critical to the success of any organization. That’s why, when the position becomes vacant, such careful attention must be placed on sourcing new candidates. A new chief executive... Read More

We Must Protect Press Freedom—Now More than Ever
Posted on 05-06-2019 by Korinne Bressler

In our daily lives, few things drive discourse and conversation more than the press. The coverage, investigation and reporting of news is the fuel that carries small conversation, political discourse and general around-the-water-cooler chatter. In our lives as social creatures, and our roles as citizens... Read More

The Competitive Ten-Year Challenge: Keep Up, Or Go Down
Posted on 02-21-2019 by Korinne Bressler

If you’ve been on social media since the beginning of the new year, you’ve likely seen iterations of the 10-year challenge. For those who missed it, it’s a recent trend for users to share photos that span a decade to demonstrate how their appearance may have changed. For those in their... Read More

Competitive Intelligence: Three Lessons Learned from the Big Game
Posted on 02-08-2019 by Korinne Bressler

In the United States, competition doesn’t get much fiercer than it does at the Super Bowl. The culminating matchup of the National (American) Football League, it’s a television event that draws viewers from around the world. In addition, the Big Game (as it’s commonly known) is a time... Read More

How Successful Teams are Working Together for Better Productivity, Insights and Integration
Posted on 01-24-2019 by Korinne Bressler

Even though teams are becoming more spread apart due to the growing global landscape, it’s more of a requirement that teams collaborate for the best results. As a researcher, what does this mean for you? No matter what your industry, the days of working in silos and relying solely on your own brainpower... Read More

How to Get the Most Out of Your Competitive Research
Posted on 12-05-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Now more than ever, understanding the competition is a requirement for business success. From equipping teams with intelligence that allows them to better connect with customers, to identifying the next steps your industry will take before they take them, staying one step ahead matters. If you’re... Read More

Consulting Predictions that Proved True: Technology Takeover
Posted on 10-01-2018 by Korinne Bressler

We’re continuing our blog series, Consulting Predictions that Proved True . In this post, we’re digging into another one of our 2016 predictions – the increasing role of technology and how it will automate many human tasks. Where are we now, two years later? What is the role of technology... Read More

Consulting Predictions that Proved True: Are You Winning the Talent War?
Posted on 09-26-2018 by Korinne Bressler

In 2016, LexisNexis developed a series of predictions for the consulting industry based on insights and information gathered by Teague Communications and powered by Nexis. The comprehensive industry report focused on seven trends impacting consultants in multiple industries. We’re taking the... Read More

Maximizing your Value through Research: How to Become the Hero Clients Seek
Posted on 09-19-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Consultants face more professional challenges than ever before. From increased competition, to commoditization of services to higher client expectations, you must be as effective and impactful as possible in order to succeed. Are you using every resource in your toolbox to maximize the value you provide... Read More

Research is Playing a Larger Role for Consultants – Are You Ready?
Posted on 08-24-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Today’s consultants are pressed to be more than an advisor from a distance. They are being asked to play an integral role in the critical business decisions of today’s leading companies. You need to do more than share information – you need to turn that information into insights that... Read More

Update your Research Skills with these Tips
Posted on 07-12-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Today’s information age has created a common misconception about research: you can find anything you want easily because information is everywhere. The problem, however, is that ever-present information can actually make it more challenging to find what you’re seeking. Do you start wide... Read More

When a Patent is More than a Patent: Uncovering the Real Value of Targeted Content
Posted on 06-27-2018 by Korinne Bressler

It’s easy to take certain types of content at face value and quickly dismiss them as something that does not have direct implication for your organization. One example is patent content. Unless you’re focused on ensuring your R&D budgets are allocated in truly unique areas, you may ask... Read More

Journalistic Excellence: Tips for Today’s Investigative Reporters
Posted on 06-12-2018 by Korinne Bressler

According to Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism along with the University of Oxford in a study of global online news consumers, more than half of all online users across the 36 countries interviewed (54 percent) say they use social media as a source of news each week. This ranges from up to... Read More

3 Keys to Understanding the Millennial Mindset on Real Estate
Posted on 06-07-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Millennials ... are you ready for them? Pew Research projects that by next year, Millennials will overtake Baby Boomers as the largest generation in the United States. What’s more, half of today’s homeowners are under the age of 36, based on a consumer-housing-trends report from Zillow. With... Read More

Unlocking the Power of Data for Your Organization: Leveraging Insights for Better Decision Making and Real Growth
Posted on 05-18-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Data scientists are playing an increasingly important role in organizations – from introducing new technologies like AI and machine learning to harnessing the power of the large amounts of information that often already exist inside company walls. And as the ability to generate and leverage data... Read More

How Deep Research Helped Identify a Serial Predator
Posted on 05-08-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Four decades after the notorious Golden State Killer’s crime wave ends, a 72-year-old suspect is wheeled into a Sacramento courtroom, thanks to an investigator’s unswerving determination over 24 years. While it may sound like a movie pitch—and perhaps it will hit the big screen someday—the... Read More

How to Create Research Insights that your Team can Easily Use
Posted on 04-17-2018 by Korinne Bressler

No matter what your business, today’s customers expect content. They want to trust their business partners to be experts in the services and solutions they provide, and one of the most accepted and expected ways to earn that trust is through content. How can you be sure you’re generating... Read More

4 Strategies for Transforming Data into Insights that Drive Change
Posted on 04-04-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Whether you’re a data scientist or an insurance industry analyst, data is a critical part of your life. There are more and more data sources to choose from; simultaneously, organizations are demanding more from their data. It’s not enough to provide individual statistics. Today, businesses... Read More

Five Tips to Increase the Power of Your Donation Requests
Posted on 03-01-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Was 2017 the year you reached all your donor support and fund development goals? If you answered yes, congratulations! But if you’re like most development professionals, you probably feel there is always more you can do to be successful. From growing your major donor list to creating targeted campaigns... Read More

Going for Gold: Research Can Help Investments Pay Off in the Winter Games
Posted on 02-20-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Every four years, the world turns its attention to the winter or summer games, hoping to be inspired by stories of struggle and strife, triumph and personal success. This also means that global brands are ramping up to spend advertising dollars in the hopes of achieving a myriad of goals: better awareness... Read More

Want better Research Insights? Do these 3 Things...
Posted on 02-12-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Ready to remove the roadblocks to real results in 2018? It’s simpler than you think. As you plan for this year, you know that your customers are going to want financial insights that help them grow. But how do you ensure you’re giving them what they need to make better decisions? The first... Read More