Loss aversion bias expresses the one liner – “the pain of losses is twice as much as the pleasure of … Continue reading Do you have the loss aversion bias?
Technology is advancing at a seemingly unstoppable rate. From kiosk ordering, to automated food assembly lines, to deliveries via drone, … Continue reading Will smart speakers invade our homes?
The classic image of innovation and invention is that of a wiry, white-haired and bespeckled scientist at a lab bench, … Continue reading What is a friend of a friend? – Part 2
It’s all too easy to look at successful people and feel that what they’ve achieved is somehow irreplicable, that what … Continue reading What is a friend of a friend? – Part 1
Libraries everywhere are under threat. After all, who needs a library today, when it is possible, without even getting out … Continue reading What will happen to libraries?
There are certain personal conversations that inevitably (and sometimes awkwardly) make their way into the workplace. For example, you might … Continue reading How to socialise without alcohol?
Pavlov’s dogs made their name in psychology classrooms, but should probably be more famous for their physiology. A Pavlovian response … Continue reading Was Pavlov wrong?
Why it is so hard to get support for new ideas within companies? This is despite CEOs repeatedly state that … Continue reading How is loss aversion affecting employees?
Ugh!!! Would you please stop your incessant whining already?!? If you ever had to use this phrase or wished you … Continue reading How to make whining stop?
Let’s look at Earth again. Life took 2.5 billion years to go from single- to multi-celled organisms, which are needed … Continue reading What are the brief answers to the big questions? – Part 2