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The qualitative interview’s goal and strength is to find the essence of acknowledged and unacknowledged needs and wishes in different situations and life stages. As such, it is a crucial starting point for innovation, particularly user-driven innovation. Here is a guide on the use of the qualitative interview.

Submitted by: Steve Kennedy, RSM

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