Use The New Year To Improve Your Behavioral Fitness At Work

This article is by Lee Newman[1], dean of innovation and behavior at IE Business School, dean of IEs School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, a former consultant at McKinsey & Company and a founder of two technology ventures. Follow him on Twitter[2], Facebook[3], and LinkedIn[4]. Behaviors are what drive success in the workplace. The brilliant […]

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4 Proven Weight Loss Tips From Behavioral Economics

In the world of business research, many scholars are increasingly hinging their hypotheses on sociological and psychological experiments, seeking a true handle on what motivates executives, employees, consumers, and policymakers.  While the goal is generally to help businesses run more effectively, the research often leads to findings that are useful to our everyday lives, too.  […]

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