Placing Empirical Research into the Roadmap
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The full blog post is available here.

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So far, we’ve covered a lot of ground. We’ve introduced the research roadmap process and described the first phase in detail, working out how to create a vision of the future and how global trends can affect and help predict that. In the second phase we showed how these visions of the future can be translated into open questions. We even saw how these open questions resolve themselves into three basic types of problems:

  1. Problems that are already solved
  2. Where there are one or more solutions possible
  3. Where there is no solution at all

In this episode we are going to cover how we structure our empirical research, our experiment designs, to address those cases where there are multiple solutions or the rare instances when there are no solutions at all. Then we are going to show how this all feeds into the research roadmap process.



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