Communities of interest: Take part in the survey

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Posted by James Driver on 18th Apr 2018

As part of our ongoing membership research programme, we are consulting with our members on what they and the wider project management community would value from ‘communities of interest’. After conducting an initial stage of telephone interviews, we’ve developed a short eSurvey along with specialist market research agency Shift Learning, so we can ensure that all of our members have the opportunity to have their voice heard.

The survey only takes ten minutes and you will have the chance to enter into a prize draw to win £500! Please click here to access the survey.

This research is sponsored by the Volunteer Steering Group (VSG) and supports our objective to diversify and grow the pool of members actively engaged with us as a newly chartered body.

Shift Learning adheres to the Market Research Society Code of Conduct and ESOMAR guidelines. None of your details will be passed on to any third parties. You can find out more about them on their website.

 

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