Innovation and ‘Nudge’ Economics – New Policy Frontiers

Nudge Behavioural economics integrate psychology and sociology into economics. It is based on empirical research rather than casual observation about human behaviour. People frequently make poor decisions in situations that involve: complicated calculations risk and uncertainty tradeoffs between present and future We use two distinct systems in decision making: the Automatic system: used for quick,… Continue reading Innovation and ‘Nudge’ Economics – New Policy Frontiers

2014 Accessibility Summit

Opening plenary Possibility needs intention and action to become probability @richdonovannyc “Make no mistake, it’s about justice, that’s where the fire comes from. ” A business case is rational, but you need the drive It takes its power when it becomes OUR story, when it becomes about all of us “Doubt is a lack of… Continue reading 2014 Accessibility Summit

Best practices in servant leadership

Wong, Paul T. P. and Davey, Dean (2007). Best practices in servant leadership. Servant Leadership Roundtable, Regent University – School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship The nature of both work and the workplace has changed drastically (Billett, 2006). The focus of leadership needs to be shifted from process and outcome to people and the future. The… Continue reading Best practices in servant leadership

Servant leadership: An Opponent-Process Model and the Revised Servant Leadership Profile

Wong, Paul T. P. and Don Page (2003). Servant leadership: An Opponent-Process Model and the Revised Servant Leadership Profile. Servant Leadership Roundtable – October, 2003. Most of the companies at the top of Fortune Magazine’s best companies to work for in America have adopted some aspects of SL There are at least two reasons for its resurgence: SL is part of the… Continue reading Servant leadership: An Opponent-Process Model and the Revised Servant Leadership Profile