There’s a crisis in the American workforce: 66% of workers are checked out at their jobs, resulting in an estimated $480-$600 billion a year in lost productivity.
Nudging the nudgers, machine learning and personalized interventions: A Conversation with David Halpern
In this podcast episode, we discuss the current state of the behavioral science industry and its role within the public and private sectors, as well as predictions for how it will evolve.
Group Decision Making: How to Be Effective and Efficient
A failure to think critically in a group setting is fueled by our desire to conform to a majority and our hesitation to re-evaluate initially rejected solutions.
Fake News: Why Does it Persist and Who’s Sharing it?
Fake news is a pervasive threat to civil society, but behavioral science can provide some crucial insights into why it resonates with readers and spreads so rapidly.
Can Overcoming Implicit Gender Bias Boost a Company’s Bottom Line?
How can practitioners leverage behavioral science to reduce implicit gender biases among hiring managers?
“500+ Connections”: Inundation, Addiction, and Delusion in Social and Professional Networking
Our favorite networks are constantly nudging us to expand our circles of interaction. Scientifically speaking, just how big can our networks get?