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The book, ‘Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness’ In 2008 Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein published a book that created a whole new industry in behaviour change. The book, ‘Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness’ starts with the premise that paternalism, or the idea that experts with authority do often know […]Read more
Personal change is often not an easy thing, even when it is conscious and wanted. However when you are faced with difficult choices or having to adapt to a situation out of your control, things can go badly wrong for people pretty quickly. Personal Change Model Models of personal change are relatively rare compared to […]Read more
Understanding how to differentiate between digital transformation and IT enabled organisational transformation is more than just semantics. New research not only shows what the difference is, but also what knowing what the difference is can save an organisation a lot of trouble. The idea of digital transformation The idea has grown in both importance for […]Read more
The rise of Projectification. Virtually every other paper published these days mentions the fact that organisations and their environments are becoming more and more complex and facing greater levels of uncertainty, whilst, at the same time, there is a constant pressure for greater levels of operational efficiency and innovation with reduced resources. One of the […]Read more
Sociologists and ethnographers have known for years that moral dialogues can be a powerful mechanism for cultural change. Good examples of this are the recent public dialogues about sexual harassment in public office and gun-control in the United States. It is interesting to see how schoolchildren took control of the moral dialogue around firearms in […]Read more