Health Incentives Might Work Better When They’re Framed in Terms of Losses
Offering people rewards seems like a surefire way to encourage healthier behavior. But research shows it’s actually a bit more complicated.
10 Decision-Making Errors that Hold Us Back at Work
Decision-making is a skill — but it’s not one we learn at school. Here are 10 tricks to help sharpen your decision-making at work.
Virtual Brainstorming for an Innovation Advantage in Hybrid and Remote Work - The Decision Lab
As hybrid and remote work become the new norm, team leaders need to adapt their brainstorming strategies to maintain an innovative edge.
Too Much of a Good Thing: Reciprocity and Corruption
Social norms structure our lives and usually lead to good behavior. But the norm of reciprocity can also fuel corruption.