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Unformatted text preview: aged. The session should move quickly Leap- frogging is encouraged. Focus on the topic Seek wild ideas Focus on quan<ty Don’t interrupt Start individually, then work as a group Focus Groups •  A gathering of five to ten people, who have been selected based on their common characteris<cs rela<ve to the issues being discussed. •  These groups are led by a trained moderator, who uses the internal dynamics of the group environment to gain insight into why people feel the way they do about a par<cular issue. •  Although focus groups are used for a variety of purposes, they can be used to help generate new business ideas. 4 9/9/13 Library and Internet Research •  Library Research –  Underu<lized! –  The best approach is to talk to a reference librarian, who can point out...
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