Access experts when you need them.
Our network of academics, practitioners, and lecturers can enhance the thinking on any team or project. Whether you need direct experience in a category or years of research in a field, you can call on our team to join yours for short stints or to develop entire campaigns. The result is like having your own personal think tank at your fingertips.
Do you want to add expertise to your team right now?
Whether it’s helping you facilitate an innovation workshop or joining you in the backroom for research, our experts can elevate the thinking on any project. Our team is prepared to help you analyze your business challenge using the latest research – some of it team members’ own published work – and show you opportunities you may not have been able to see on your own.
Questions we answer
Our Social Science Process
All of our advisors come to the project with a review of the existing research, literature, and case studies related to your challenge. This foundation enables you to start thinking about the problem and its assumptions from a brand new perspective.
Beyond the literature, our advisors start finding the patterns and themes between theory and practice by turning their focus to your business and your customers. Perhaps your consumers’ behaviors are being driven by temporal discounting. Or there’s a unique relationship between the category and their sense of control. Whatever it is, we work with you to get to the heart of your business challenge.
Do it yourself with a Threadline workshop.
As part-time academics, we love sharing information. If you’re interested in learning how we do what we do, we have a workshop for you. We’ve codified most of our philosophies, processes, and methodologies so that we can train partners, employees, and clients like you. Check out our full list of workshops and contact us to discuss how we can elevate your skills and those of your team.
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