Book review of Atomic Habits. How this book can help you make remarkable changes in your life through only small manageable changes. See what it includes.
Having shared so many book reviews lately, my thoughts have turned to how to read better. I’m not talking about the basic mechanics of being able to read the English language. Nor about the common goal, of being able to “speed read“, so you can achieve reading more books in less time. More in line with our past focus on quality, I’m thinking about reading to understand and remember. I.. Read More
This month, we will return to the topic of research, starting with behavioural research. As we discussed, when sharing posts on Behavioural Economics, behavioural biases cast doubt on self report. If people aren’t aware of their behavioural biases, can you trust survey results or focus groups? The answer is more nuanced, due to other advances in research design. But, such concerns have caused some to refocus research effort on behavioural.. Read More
What is the state of Behavioural Economics (BE) in 2017? Is it past the ‘hype cycle‘ and settling into common usage, or gradually being assigned to the dustbin of once popular ideas? Behavioural Economics is one of those topics that regularly comes up in conversations with clients & about this blog. In fact, I’m reminded it’s one of the topics for which readers asked for more coverage in our latest.. Read More
With lots of business travel this week & last, together with having already recently authored a detailed post on Brexit letter, I’ve decided to take it easier this time. Based on my reading while travelling, here is a review of a few articles from printed magazines that I found helpful. I’ve previously sung the praises of listening podcasts (which I find particularly useful while driving on business) and insight newsletters (that.. Read More
Perhaps it’s a feature of working with so many Financial Services clients, but I’m surprised how often talk of investing in data turns to risk & preparing for disaster. How important is it to prepare for high-likelihood/low-severity risks (the ‘day-to-day‘, if you like) verses low-likelihood/high-severity risks (potential disasters)? Is it worth only investing in the data needed to operate as you currently do, or should data plans be more ambitious? So, a.. Read More
A natural build on our recent leadership emphasis, is how the latest insights from the discipline of Customer Insight can help leaders make better decisions. A few posts that I’ve read recently have touched on this topic. Hopefully, I can help you as a leader, by sharing this content with you. The first content also touches on a topic that our latest reader survey requested more content on, that of.. Read More