On 25 and 26 June 2018, Sydney played host to the International Behavioural Exchange Conference (BX2018) in Sydney. We reflect on how we will apply the key lessons arising from the conference
We used behavioural insights to identify the best way to engage people who are at high-risk of reoffending to voluntarily join behaviour change or other support programs.
A BIU trial about flexible work was recently featured in the Harvard Business Review.
So you have a great idea about how you could change people’s behaviour. You want to go ahead and test your idea out, but you don’t know if people will respond to the intervention, or if it will have the impact you hope. Rather than going ahead and investing heavily in a field trial, you could use an economic experiment to test your idea first.
Text messages have been shown to affect people’s behaviour.
Alex Laskey (Founder and President of OPower) delivers a very interesting presentation on how behavioural insights can be used to influence energy consumption.