Henry T Ford famously had no interest in market research and relied only on his genius and single–mindedness in his pursuit of building and democratizing cars.
“If I’d asked people what they wanted they’d have asked for faster horses” he quipped.
He didn’t need data – he needed to lead.
In this post you’ll discover:
- why we should never slavishly respond to data in isolation
- why research is about understanding customers, not getting them to give us the answers
- how Facebook has used data to respond to negative user feedback
- how data can support the right strategy.