The Value and Cost of Various Data Collection Methods

 

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  • October 18, 2010
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  • Travis Colton
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To obtain benchmarking data, an organization can construct detailed questionnaires; visit the sites of benchmarking partners; or conduct surveys, interviews, and secondary research. In this recording from the third Webinar in APQC’s 2010 series on benchmarking, APQC Senior Project Manager Travis Colton discusses the depth of information that can be gleaned from each method along with the time and resources required for each.

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