Nothing we have accomplished so far would have happened without the help of those who support us.
We are on a mission to democratize behavioral science in the public and private sectors. In order to do that, we rely on two core pillars: education through high quality thought leadership and consulting through the application of a tested behavior change toolkit. If you are interested in helping us come closer to our mission, there are are a few ways you can get involved:
Part of our focus is on finding suitable partners for impactful behavior change interventions. When evaluating the viability of a potential project, we ask ourselves a few key questions – how impactful would behavior change research be in this context as well in spillover contexts? Is there a clear opportunity to apply behavior change techniques in an effective, sustainable, scalable and ethical way? If you think that your organization could benefit from working with our team of behavioral science experts, then:
The Decision Lab first started in response to a gap we saw in the market – despite an enormous amount of high quality academic research on behavior change, only a very small portion of this research was ever being translated into actionable industry insights. While we have grown to more than a publication, using targeted thought leadership to trickle down academic knowledge into the public and private sectors is still at the core of what we do. If you think this is an interesting problem to work on, then:
In addition to working with a team of talented research associates to create targeted thought leadership output, we form relationships with academic and industry experts who contribute content on an ad-hoc basis. Our columnists bring unique insights from their space to TDL by publishing content from the front-lines of behavior change. If the work you are doing is high impact and can be linked to behavior change, we encourage you to reach out to our editors and: