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Sometimes, research results may be ignored, particularly where the decision maker has an overriding belief in the product or where a decision maker’s reputation will suffer as a result of abandoning a new product development project or by taking a risk and launching. Occasionally the decision makers who ignore the research will be proved correct – the Dyson bagless vacuum cleaner and the Sony Walkman are examples of products that were launched contrary to marketing research recommendations. If the product concept is unique and thus different from existing products, consumers and certain research approaches may provide misleading feedback.
These steps represent the marketing research process, the sequence of activities and events that require to be addressed if a marketing research project is to provide information that is valuable to the marketing decision maker. This process will also provide the basic framework for the structure of the remainder of the book, with individual chapters examining some speciﬁc aspect of the process. 1. Stage 1: Identification of problems and opportunities The marketing environment is constantly changing and therefore marketing managers have to address new issues that may create opportunities or problems for their organisations.
Causal research provides the type of evidence necessary for making inferences about relationships between variables; for example, whether one variable causes or determines the value of another variable. Causal research and descriptive research should not be seen as mutually exclusive, as some studies will incorporate elements of both causal and descriptive research. Conclusive projects should be seen as falling along a research continuum with ‘purely descriptive with no speciﬁc testing of the relationship between variables’ at one extreme and ‘purely causal with strict manipulation and testing of relationships’ at the other.