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B-HUB: the Behavioral Evidence Hub
Strategies drawn from insights about human behavior, proven to solve real world problems.
behaviour  design 
8 days ago by angelo
Opinion | I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration - The New York Times
The bigger concern is not what Mr. Trump has done to the presidency but rather what we as a nation have allowed him to do to us. We have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility.
USA  politics  TrumpDonald  NYT  resistance  behaviour  instability  op-ed  anonymity 
12 days ago by petej
People Don’t Buy Products, They Buy Better Versions of Themselves
he year was 1957, and Pepsi — like many of the youth at that time — was dealing with an identity crisis. Despite efforts from marketers, Pepsi was being outsold by its biggest competitor and perpetual market leader — Coke — by a factor just shy of six to one, even as it was selling at half of Coke’s price. It wasn’t the product that was lacking, it was that Pepsi’s brand ethos — indecisive and directionless — was a fragmented shell of what it would need to become to take on Coke.
Brand  behaviour  consumer 
16 days ago by mikon_nikon
How to be more productive by giving advice
Change the way you view yourself by giving advice. When you change your narrative you change your behaviour.
human-dynamics  behaviour 
16 days ago by heathweaver
The Big Lies of Strategy - Rotman School of Management
So, stop aiming for perfection and creating long strategic documents, and focus instead on the few key choices you need to make. Don’t try to be perfect in a world where perfection is impossible. And ask the question, ‘What would have to be true?’ rather than ‘What is true?’. When you do these things, strategy is what it should be: simple, enjoyable and effective, rather than complicated, arduous and ineffective.
strategy  lies  behaviour  thinking  2018  rogermartin 
21 days ago by leftywill
I am a data factory (and so are you) | ROUGH TYPE
The factory metaphor makes clear what the mining metaphor obscures: We work for the Facebooks and Googles of the world, and the work we do is increasingly indistinguishable from the lives we lead.
Facebook  socialMedia  work  labour  digitalLabour  control  manipulation  behaviour  personalData  ownership  nationalisation  surveillance  SiliconValley  dctagged  dc:creator=CarrNick 
21 days ago by petej

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