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Less is More: When to stop qualitative data collection and start analysis

If you find yourself wrestling with the impulse to always collect more data, try analyzing data as you go.

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Helping Museums Conduct Better Surveys

We joined Museums As Progress’ Research Office Hours to discuss ways arts and cultural organizations could improve the insights they collect through surveys.

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Norms & Behavior Change, Part 1: When and Why We Conform

In this three-part blog series, one of our resident Psychology experts explains a psychological principle we often leverage to help clients promote behavior change: the power of social norms. Part 1 addresses when and why social norms are so powerful.

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Corona welcomes two new team members

Corona Insights has welcomed two new team members in the past few months! Learn more about their backgrounds and roles at Corona.

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(Not) Big News

On January 1 of this year, Corona had a momentous occasion: the seamless transition of company ownership from the company's founding owners, Kevin and Karla Raines, to longtime employees David Kennedy, Beth Mulligan, Kate Darwent, and Matt Bruce.

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Qualitative Deep Dives: Positionality, Footing, and Reflexivity

How does our role as researcher impact the data and findings we achieve?

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