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Humu is a behavioral change company with a mission to make work better through science, machine learning, and a little bit of love.
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Humu 7h
When your work touches people's lives, ethics have to be your first consideration. We're inspired by the European Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI, and look forward to piloting them.
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Humu 23h
At Humu, nudges to take a mini-break from work come in the form of impromptu ukulele sing-a-longs. 🥳🎼
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Laszlo Bock Jun 18
To make work better, you've got to make it okay to have conversations, even tough ones, even the toughest ones of all. Thank you for writing about this,
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Humu Jun 17
"Understanding that you learn best when you learn less can can unlock your teams’ full potential—and just might save you millions of dollars along the way." Our CEO in :
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Harvard Business Review Jun 17
When it comes to development programs, it's not about how much you learn — it's about the way you learn.
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Humu Jun 17
US companies spend a staggering $90 billion on learning and development efforts each year. Most of that money and time is wasted. Our CEO offers a solution in 🗞️
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Humu Jun 14
What should you do when an angry coworker confronts you? Our People Scientist Molly Sands has four research-backed strategies for managing emotionally-charged situations on the job.
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Cass Sunstein Jun 12
What to do when nudges fail? An excerpt from my new book, How Change Happens.
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Humu Jun 12
Replying to @sophiebits
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Humu Jun 12
Replying to @sophiebits
But... what tweet ? (Asking for a friend!)
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Humu Jun 11
As we head into some of the most travel-filled months of the year, it’s the perfect time to figure out how to make remote work work. Here are three ways to keep your team connected, even when you're not all in the same office.
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Humu Jun 7
A lot can happen in a few years: our team exactly two years ago, and today. 🎉Excited to see how many people (and pets) we'll try to fit in a single photo in 2021!
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Yale Insights Jun 6
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See how nudges work in practice in our recent interview with , whose company provides AI-generated prompts to employees using behavioral science, an understanding of human feeling, and careful attention to privacy.
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Kunal Patel Jun 4
Come join me at , Festival of and where I’ll be talking about and how AI is changing leadership development.
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Lea Kissner Jun 4
Vulnerabilities are not incidents. If we want to understand them, mitigate them, and avoid them, we need to understand this distinction and speak more openly about both vulnerabilities and incidents.
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Humu Jun 4
"Failures of culture have been the single biggest destroyers of value in the last five years." Our CEO on the three reasons culture matters now more than ever.
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Lea Kissner Jun 3
People aren’t perfect. Mistakes happen, even when we have the best intentions. When building new technology, sometimes those mistakes involve security or privacy vulnerabilities. So here's our plan in the face of this imperfect world.
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Humu May 31
ICYMI: Our CEO 's take on why your employee engagement survey might be destroying the company culture you've worked years to create.
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Humu May 29
Namaste from , where it's Wellness Wednesday—our regularly-scheduled and team-led yoga practice.
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Adam Grant May 23
Managers: if you want innovation, stop falling in love with your own ideas and start listening to your employees. New data: managers overvalue their ideas by 42%. Frontline employees undervalue theirs by 11%. :
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