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It seems that traditional market research no longer works with an increasingly diverse and fickle customer ba se . The methods marketer sh ave relied on for decades-perfunctory written and phone surveys-merely skim the surface of the shifting customer profile . Says Larry president of t he Doblin Group. a Chicago-based design and consulting firm: "Th e surveys are nothing more tha n tracking studies designed to measure if customers are a little more or a little lesspleased with you than they were last year."Surely there must be a better way. Wise heads in the arcane worldof customer research are onto s ometh ing called storytelling. Thesefolks advocate far more probing research than ever before, advisingcompanies to elicit real-life stories from c ustomers abou t how theybehave and what th ey truly feel. The notion may seem like a leap intothe unknown . but s ome com panies have discovered that these s tory-telling methods work. Great service and. u ltimately. breakthroughproducts have resulted. Kimberly-Clark built a n ew $500-million dia-per market using in-dept h customer research.
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