Improving Employee Experience & Accountability in the Workplace

Authors and Editors: Junofy Rozarina, Mahima Kumar, Monish Khanderia and Upasana Sridhar At the root of business level disruptions and the successful response to it lies the role of behaviour. In the post-pandemic workplace with changing employee expectations and evolving rules and regulations, employee behaviour remains disrupted. Imagine you’re leading a team of 30, howContinue reading “Improving Employee Experience & Accountability in the Workplace”

Alain Samson

Alain Samson is the founder of and Chief Science Officer at Syntoniq. In the past, Alain worked as a consultant, researcher, and scientific advisor, both independently and through LSE Enterprise, the consulting arm of the London School of Economics. His experience spans multiple sectors, particularly finance, media, consumer goods, higher education, energy, and government. What motivatedContinue reading “Alain Samson”

Nick Goodwin

Nick Goodwin is the Director of International Programs for BIT Asia Pacific. He specialises in management, behavior change and social impact and has managed and advised in programs focused on health, education, sanitation, livelihoods, child development, governance, agriculture and environment issues. What motivated you to work on Behavioural Science?I started my professional life working inContinue reading “Nick Goodwin”

Torben Emmerling

Torben is Founder and Managing Partner of Affective Advisory, the author of the D.R.I.V.E. Framework for applied behavioural science. He is a Founding Member and Non Executive Director on the Board of the Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists GAABS, a Board Member of the Behavioral Insights for better Politics and Societies Initiative BIPS. WhatContinue reading “Torben Emmerling”

Robert Cialdini

Robert Cialdini  is the Regents’ Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University and was a visiting professor of marketing, business and psychology at Stanford University, as well as at the University of California at Santa Cruz What motivated you to work on Behavioural Science?Two things. First was a recognition that, although manyContinue reading “Robert Cialdini”