Three Fundamentals for Business Research in the Post-Truth Era
Thursday, 15th November 2012
The dismantling of traditional media culture and the proliferation of content channels for business-relevant news may result in more errors and misstatements in the sources that business research analysts rely on. To counter these forces, the author reminds readers of the foundation of good research and analysis, and in doing so presents a simple framework that incorporates skills in discovery and assessment; scepticism, critical thinking and prioritising; and candid, consultative reporting.
Access to this item, and all Jinfo articles and reports, is a benefit of a Jinfo Subscription.
Does your organisation have a Jinfo Subscription?
"Yes, we subscribe"
Please sign in here so that we can check
your access to this item:
If this item has been shared with you by someone, we will ask you to quickly set up a free account for Jinfo, before returning you to this page to show you the item.
Find out how a Jinfo Subscription can help your organisation:
- Save time and money
- Re-invent information services
- Define, measure and communicate information value
... through access to all our articles, reports, webinars, community sessions and consulting.
Pricing and Benefits
Contact us with your questions or to check if someone in your organisation already has a subscription. Use the 'Text Chat' button at the bottom-right of this page for immediate assistance.
Back to top ^
« All Articles