Tags » Decision Making

Nudge Theory

  1. Libertarian Paternalism
  2. Choice Architects
  3. Home Economicus
  4. people have a strong tendency to go along with the status quo or default option.
  5. First, never underestimate the power of inertia.
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Book

Taking up the world, starting with BCN.

Mimi is already in Barcelona at the Mobile World Conference 2015, the world’s greatest mobile conference. It will be part of the 4YFR  (4 Years From Now), an international programme presented by Mobile World Capital Barcelona and GSMA that brings together the best mobile start-ups and entrepreneurs with investors, accelerators, incubators and corporations from the mobile ecosystem. 164 more words

Branding

Leaders and Bosses are Not the Same

Achieving business success will take a lot of effort on the part of the entrepreneur and any individuals he or she hires to see to it that the organization not only survives, but also thrives. 600 more words

Business Guidance

Effective Leaders Value Input But Do Not Seek Consensus

Emma met with the fourteen employees in her department to get input on how they might deal with the recent spike in customer complaints.   Suggestions quickly focused on two options—an expensive training program for the entire department and the purchase of software from a different vendor. 190 more words

New Leader

Standing In The Rain

In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.

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Happiness

Not just for kids

One of my top tips to people undergoing scoliosis surgery has always been to get a colouring book and crayons or pencils.  In the early days of… 566 more words

...the World

Live Long and Prosper

Leonard Nimoy’s sad passing reminded me that I’d written about “The Star Trek approach to decision making” some 15 years ago, when I first wrote a book called “Rockin’ The Corporation”, which eventually became “ 637 more words

Academy Of Rock