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Posts Tagged: behavioral science

Three ways to demotivate unethical behavior using behavioral science

Following through with personal, business, and compliance-related New Year’s resolutions can be tricky. Changing behavior requires, among other things, motivation. Let’s explore how you can motivate good things and demotivate bad things in yourself and others using the insights from the Personality Systems Interactions (PSI) theory.Continue Reading

Do trainees overrate their compliance knowledge?

Ask employees who’ve been through compliance training how much they know, and you’re likely to hear good news: they’ll say they know a lot. But science — behavioral science, that is — warns against accepting self-assessments at face value.… Continue Reading

My time inside Novartis ERC

At the gatehouse, the security guard passed me a Novartis visitor’s badge, and I turned to walk down Fabrikstrasse – the campus’ central boulevard. Two thoughts popped into my head: I think I’m too early (I was) and I hope these people are friendly (they were).Continue Reading

Guendalina Dondé: But why do some people do good things?

Forget the idea that human beings are perfectly rational. People do not always make consistent decisions based on strict logic or narrow self-interest. Human behavior is complex and emotions and intuition have a significant role to play in individual decision-making.… Continue Reading