Why work with Arbor Research Group?
- We provide you with answers to persistent questions.
- You can depend on our 15-year track record of custom projects across the country.
- You’ll have actionable insights you can leverage to strategize for the future.
- Your context and concerns will receive unusual attention and care.
Watch the video featuring the founder of Arbor Research Group, Terry Linhart, PhD., to learn more about how we can help you.
What you get from Arbor Research Group
Anyone in leadership regularly asks the question, “How are we doing?” Aside from attendance or financial numbers, it’s a challenge to effectively answer that question. Our research processes reveal opinions, perspectives, and implications, providing you with a clear picture of your ministry’s effectiveness.
No two challenges are the same, which is why we don’t use cookie cutter research strategies for our clients. We work with you to determine exactly what you need, and we design a plan exclusively for you. You’ll get the insights and information you need to help you move forward in your unique situation.
Our research spans from coast to coast while we get down to “street level.” Our proven and unique qualitative methods have given prominent denominations and multi-national organizations actionable insights and findings they can leverage to strategize for the future across the country and world.
When you’re presented with the final outcomes from our study, you’ll find more than just graphs and numbers. Our in-depth research will reveal opinions, attitudes, behaviors, and insights (and even a few surprises) that allow you to use the information for making important decisions.
by Terry Linhart Innovation is the new thing. Well, that's kind of ironic to say, isn't it, to say that innovation is new? Look around anywhere today, though, and you can see it's certainly trendy to talk about innovation. Leaders in all contexts are pushing for ways...read more
by Terry Linhart I recently attended a conference and watched a colleague approach our group. We made the usual small talk that happens when you see people but a few times a year. It was fun! I introduced my colleague to the others with me. A couple were college...read more
By Terry Linhart When businesses work to be innovative, a primary marker that it's truly innovative is if it solves a solution for their customers. In fact, experts on innovation say that it's not innovation unless it is validated by customers. The same is true for...read more