Behavioural science and Blueprint 2020
If you’ve read Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, you know that the idea of using behavioural economics to influence how citizens act is probably the hottest thing going in public policy circles. Simply put, organizations use "choice architecture" as part of a decision-making environment they want.
The (Dis)assembly Line: Lessons From the Past on Collaborative Productivity
I recently read Matt Charlet’s blog post(1) in which he writes that collaborative productivity is increasingly important. Charlet explains that…