Ever Heard of Nudges? You Might Not Know You’re Being Nudged Everyday!
Choice architecture is the practice of influencing choice by changing the way in which options are presented to people. The concept is based on the principle that people do not make decisions in a vacuum. People use environmental cues (conscious and subconscious) which can influence their decision. This can take place in any setting such as offices, supermarkets, schools, or homes.
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Wearing our red noses today in support of the end to child poverty! May make for some funny client meetings:)… https://t.co/1MTw4XdYef
Here’s what CarrotNewYorkers, Michael LeFort and Margaret Dawson, have to say about the importance of listening.… https://t.co/WEYaDkrc5D
What are nudges, and how can your organization use them? Find out in this month's newsletter. - https://t.co/Hg3ONTBx3s