All Posts under March 2016 - Sylver Consulting

Upping the Ante on Hybrid Methodologies Brings a Holistic View to Positioning

In preparation for this month’s edition of Sylver’s newsletter, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the nature and evolution of what is commonly referred to in the insights industry as “hybrid” research. As someone who has been trained in both qualitative and quantitative methods and has used each approach individually and in combination […]

Challenging the Status Quo with Method Development: An Iterative and Intentional Process

Sylver Consulting organizes a unique suite of qualitative and/or quantitative methodologies for each project, always allowing the problem or project at hand to determine our choice of methods used. When a problem cannot be solved with available methods, we design new tools — a very exciting opportunity for all of us on the team!   […]

Designers didn’t mix that much with Engineers. That got me thinking.

A lot of people talk about the need for establishing more connections between design and other disciplines, such as engineering and business administration. As a result, many schools have put together graduate programs to think about the way in which design can combine the best of creativity, imagination, and alternative approaches to come up with […]