In this podcast episode, we sat down with Cass Sunstein to discuss how a little bit of fun can improve policy interventions, how nuance can benefit politics, and the need for personal connections with our political leaders.
Virtual Brainstorming for an Innovation Advantage in Hybrid and Remote Work
As hybrid and remote work become the new norm, team leaders need to adapt their brainstorming strategies to maintain an innovative edge.
How Diversity Statements Backfire—and What Organizations Can Do About It
Diversity statements are now commonplace in job postings. But research suggests that these gestures can actually do more harm than good.
How Loss Aversion Affects Our Perceptions of Weight
Loss aversion, a foundational concept in behavioral science, is key to how we approach money. Does it also affect how we think about weight?