Institute for Peace and Conflict Research

offers a wide range of business research services. 


HR research

- Employee satisfaction and motivation

- Indoor climate

- Brand perception by employees

- Analysis and prevention of burnout

Satisfaction of customers and counterparties

Corporate research

- Organizational changes

- Brand

- Corporate culture

- Conflict audit

- Research of the system and principles of the company's functioning

Individual research

Research model

Business challenge

Study description 

Research methods 

Expected results 


It is important for us that every problem situation that comes into our work,

has been carefully studied. Therefore, at every stage of work, we will be in touch with you.


The first step to solving a problem is to identify it. To do this, we need to hold a meeting with you, where the details of your request will be clarified. Together we will define the goals, objectives and, of course, the expected results of the study.  

Problem analysis  

Thus, we will be able to assess the current situation and, based on this, identify the problem with which we will work.  

Study design development

After the problem has been identified, we will start working on the analysis of a specific situation. At this stage, a scientific study of the problem takes place, we will need some time to compare the specific facts of the situation and possible hypotheses. After assessing the situation comprehensively, an approach will be formulated within which we will act. Based on what will be selected research methods that are suitable specifically for your problem.  

Work plan and cost  

At the end of this preparatory part of the study, you will be presented with a study design for approval, which includes a theoretical substantiation of the problem posed and a work plan developed on its basis; the timing and cost of the study will also be determined.  

Research, report and recommendations  

After the study design is approved, we proceed to the implementation of the study: we develop tools for the selected methods, conduct piloting (approbation) of the study, to test hypotheses and the compliance of the toolkit with our goals. At this stage, the situation may radically change, since our ideas about the problem may not be confirmed. In this case, all changes and further actions will be reconciled with you.  

After the adjustment, we proceed to the final conduct of the study, on the basis of which we will draw up a report on the analyzed data obtained and provide possible recommendations. 


- In-depth interview.  An interview presupposes a personal conversation, during which we get a detailed position of the respondent on the problem under study.  

- Expert interview.  The respondent not only expresses his position, but also gives a certain professional characteristic or assessment.  

- Analytics and research of the situation. We use many different methods for analyzing data and situations: ranking, matrices, scenario approach, segmentation and risk analysis. Including situational analysis, as a set of methods by which the place of a company in the surrounding business environment is determined, its strengths and weaknesses are identified, and the features of the manufactured product are found that affect business development.  

- Walk-alon g interview - a type of interview where the main agent is driving the interview

the respondent himself speaks.  


- The survey involves a pre-developed questionnaire for self-help

filling in by the respondent.  

- Poll is a subtype of questionnaire, but it implies personal contact

interviewer and respondent.  

- Content analysis of materials is a method of obtaining data based on the analysis of the textual content of a document in order to identify or measure various facts and trends reflected in these documents.  

- Collecting, structuring and processing information from open and provided sources is one of the most accessible options for researching information.

- Development of a guide  

  1) A specific algorithm of actions in steps - a step-by-step description of all actions that are necessary  guide the user to achieve the goal.  

  2) Visualization of each of the steps. Visibility is a great asset to any good instruction.  

  3) Concrete result - a well-written instruction must necessarily lead the user to a specific result.  

- Transcribed interviews. The choice of the transcription format that meets your requirements and the choice of the optimal form for saving and transcribing recordings.  

- Determination of sampling criteria for the best representation of the study.  

- Preparation of a report with the final conclusions of the study, preparation of recommendations

and problem solving programs.


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