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Jordan Birnbaum
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Jordan Birnbaum Jan 15
I was delighted and honored to present for MIT Sloan Management Review, taking a behavioral lens to the inherent complexities of performance management.
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Jordan Birnbaum Jan 5
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allison ryder Jan 5
Join this Thursday, Jan. 10 at 11 ET as he discusses the behavioral economics at play behind 's recent performance management initiatives with 's Michael Schrage
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Avonette Blanding Dec 6
Nurturing a Consultative mindset: Using Loss Aversion to create a sense of urgency; identifying strengths; leveraging your people - how can you tap into your people for their ideas?
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Barrett Young Dec 6
For later: Compass, by ADP. Team engagement based on behaviorial economics to increase relating to your team
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Eugene 'Geno' Ayol Dec 6
Brilliant session with about behavioral economics. Every finance professional should participate.
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Barrett Young Dec 6
"I don't think we're surprised to hear people need recognition. I think we're surprised they need to hear it every 7 days"
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Avonette Blanding Dec 6
Two Systems of Cognitive Processes System 1: Automatic Thinking versus System 2: Reflective Thinking slow, deliberate, logical, conscious
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Avonette Blanding Dec 6
Our brains while incredibly brilliant, are incredibly limited.
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Jackie Brown Dec 6
Psychological reactance describes how important it is to not remove authority to make a choice. Highlighting the authority of decision maker leads to better outcomes. Great examples
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Barrett Young Dec 6
Psychological Reactance: Human Beings care more about maintaining their choice and autonomy than they care about the actual choice.
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Barrett Young Dec 6
Retirement savings (per Fidelity) among employees. As Opt-In - 20% Participation. As Opt-out - 76% participation.
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Avonette Blanding Dec 6
Every choice you make is ultimately a calculation of a probability. I agree! Reinforces my opinion that math and accounting are part of your everday life.
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Jackie Brown Dec 6
is Chief Behavioral Economist for . And I now know that means, the way people actually behave vs how they ought to behave. More psychology than economy. Examples are fascinating!
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Barrett Young Dec 6
Every choice we make [EVERY!] is actually just a calculation of probability.
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Jordan Birnbaum Dec 5
Variety is the spice of life. But routine is the protein.
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Jordan Birnbaum Nov 28
Replying to @roshan66279600
Thanks so much!
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Sadat james Nov 18
What a Load of … Cognition! The Crucial Importance of Cognitive Load in Training - Training Industry Without significant attention paid to cognitive load, the chances of retention are somewhere between slim and none.
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Tremaine Adams Nov 17
So much truth in this article! Great read What a Load of … Cognition! The Crucial Importance of Cognitive Load in Training
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waleed1313 Nov 16
The importance of the cognitive load in training, is awesomely discussed in this article What a Load of … Cognition! The Crucial Importance of Cognitive Load in Training
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