Many experts tend to under-explain and over-complicate in dialogues with non-expert peers, bringing more confusion than clarity at the table. Psychologists call it the "curse of expertise," or sometimes the "curse of knowledge." Here’s a practical article to help you identify the traps and help yourself become an insight super spreader.
Would indulging yourself in self-help sections help you form good habits faster than the bad ones? In this Big Brains episode, Katy Milkman, author and professor at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania explains why it’s better to turn to behavior science for answers instead.
This exhaustive article is a brilliant adaptation of the book “I’ll Have What She’s Having,”, both written by three authors, Alex Bentley, Mark Earls and Michael J. O’Brien. Dive in to learn why copying is useful in society, and how it can help predict or understand probabilities when it comes to populations.
Although it’s a crucial part of financial life, people tend to fall into their own traps, like believing there’s plenty of time to actually start saving for later in life. Learn about the common pitfalls and how you can change your behavior toward a much-needed pension.
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Signol is a software platform that draws on insights from behavioral economics to encourage employees to make more efficient decisions. Signol provides personalized feedback through multiple communication channels, as well as data analysis for managers. In aviation, Signol aims to use behavioral "nudges" and incentives to reduce pollution and fuel waste and cut operating costs.