A warm compliment for Merv Adrian and an interesting comment about the Forrester layoffs
Acquisitions of analyst firms are likely, so who would be buyers and targets?
Why nobody tries to audit the accuracy of analyst predictions and recommendations
Bursts of analyst departures in a hot research area is not unusual
Forrester analyst comments on Gartner research
Forrester acquires JupiterResearch – will the analysts stay or walk?
Analyst firms should notify vendors about staff changes
Sorry ‘Net searchers, you will not find a Forrester Magic Quadrant
Whoa, I think people are going a little overboard on the IIAR “Analyst of the Year” survey
Context, advice, reputation and time: How analysts can thrive in the social media age
Analysts who blog versus Bloggers who analyze
Teradata’s Katherine Knowles talks about her broader focus on third party influencers
Homework – Gather Background Information: the Magic Quadrant & Tech Vendors [part 3]
Common Mistakes: the Magic Quadrant & Tech Vendors [part 2]
Don’t Obsess, Don’t Ignore: the Magic Quadrant & Tech Vendors [part 1]
Threatening analysts with canceled business if they don’t change draft research is rarely effective, often backfires
What is the definition of “analyst”?
Social media is a multi-facet opportunity for major industry analyst firms
Why it is a really bad idea to cut AR, even in a recession
Does H&K hiring Peggy O’Neill change the agency competitive landscape? Potentially very much.
AR managers do not like surprises, which mean they are a little annoyed at blogging analysts
Speed versus silence on the Microsoft-Yahoo announcement and the implications for Analyst Relations and the Press
Will the analysts drive down IT spending? Not if you talk to them.
Kudos to Forrester for having bloggers that post frequently and share the “good stuff”
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