“There is no truth. There is only perception.”
Those are the words of French Novelist Gustave Flaubert, and they ring as true now as when he wrote them.
Today we have more information and input from more people and sources than ever before. Yet, it is sometimes difficult to separate what author and social prognosticator Nate Silver calls, “The signal from the noise.” What is meaningful and what is just “noise,” the static that clouds key decision-making?
At Patron Insight, Inc. we have more than 25 years of experience helping our clients better understand and manage the perception of those stakeholders who are most important to their success.
Using pinpoint research processes and not “gut feeelings,” we have helped our clients raise more than $7.2 billion in new tax revenues, improve building-level attitudes and plan for strategic growth.
How can we help you and your school district or organization better understand the perceptions that drive decision-making and attitudes among your stakeholders?