Change management: why you need behavioural science in your change management processes

Change management has been considered as something of a dark art…

Innovation and behavioural science

If you work in innovation — whether in product development or service design

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Behavioural science principles: personalise content

In learning design, when we personalise content, we are enabling or anticipating the jobs our user has to do with the content we have.

The COM-B model for digital intervention design

Companies spend a lot of time, effort and money on recruitment and onboarding. Recruitment firms can charge anywhere from 3% up to 25% of an employee’s salary. However, that’s not taking into account the internal time spent on recruiting and sales training.

How to introduce behavioural science into your business.

If you’re intimidated by the thought of introducing behavioural science into…

Behavioural science in the design process

You know you need help with that change programme, but you’re not sure how you can use behavioural science in your design process. Read on…

Top challenges of problem solving in the workplace

The workplace can be a challenging place, for both employers and…

5 tips to aid in managing change in the workplace

The key to managing change in the workplace is understanding why you…

HR data analytics: What HR professionals need to know

Although HR data analytics is a relatively new area of practice, it has the potential to transform your HR department from operations management to a department that improves employee retention, aids with talent acquisition, analyses KPI’s and more.

HR Toolkit: Top Corporate Training Tools for 2022

A modern and sophisticated HR toolkit can make a huge difference to an organisations success.