A new book explores why corporate diversity trainings have endured despite the evidence they aren’t effective, and what does work to make progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion inside organizations.
A new study featuring more than 7,000 participants from six countries found that choice deprivation—a feeling of not having enough to choose from—not choice overload is the most common consumer experience.
Jane McGonigal designs simulations that transport people into possible futures to test our response to the threats, risks, and challenges we might face. And to help us feel less anxious, more creative, and helpful as we forge ahead.
Does the rise in “work from anywhere” mean more “workcations”? Is it a lost opportunity for social mobility? We speak with a leading researcher about how work from anywhere is impacting people in places like the U.S. versus India, and why he’s bullish on a work-from-anywhere future for everyone.
Designing, developing, and implementing products and programs is hard. Behavioral scientists can help. But only if you understand the roles they can play, the problems they can solve, and how they can add value to an organization like yours.