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Livestream: “Behavioural Insights: 4 Short Talks”

5:00pm sharp to 6:00pm 4 short talks via livestream

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Speaker Series

Date: Tuesday May 26, 2020 | 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Speaker(s): Stéphane Côté, Geoffrey Conway Chair in Business Ethics; Professor of Organizational Behaviour & HR Management; Director, PhD Program; Director, Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics, Rotman School of Management on The Paradox of Passion.

Kristen Duke, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Rotman School of Management on The Timeless Power of Social Norms.

Kelly Peters, CEO and Co-founder, BEworks; Sessional Instructor, Rotman School of Management on Behavioural Insights: The Answer to Innovation?

Dilip Soman, Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Science and Economics; Director, Behavioural Economics in Action Research Centre at Rotman [BEAR]; Author, The Last Mile: Creating Social and Economic Value from Behavioural Insights (Rotman-UTP Publishing, 2015) on Nudge’s Evil Cousin: Sludge.
Topic: “Behavioural Insights: 4 Short Talks”
Venue:

Online. Rotman Events will email you the link to the livestream before the event.

Location: Online
Cost: $18.95 plus HST per person (includes 1 copy of the Spring 2020 issue of "Rotman Management" Magazine which will be mailed to you after the event, and a link to the livestream). Free for "Rotman Management" subscribers. If you are a subscriber, send an email to events@rotman.utoronto.ca and we will register you. See below for info on how to subscribe.
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Synopsis: The theme of the Spring 2020 issue of Rotman Management Magazine is “Behavioural Insights”. Social and psychological factors affect nearly every decision people make—and therefore, these factors affect organizations and the economy as a whole. It follows that a more complete understanding of human behaviour and decision processes provides a powerful tool for strategy and policy design. Four experts provide key behavioural insights in TED-style talks.

Short Biographies of the 4 Speakers:

Stéphane Côté on “The Paradox of Passion”
Stéphane Côté is the Geoffrey Conway Chair in Business Ethics, Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Director of the PhD Program and Director of the Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics at the Rotman School of Management.

Kristin Duke on “The Timeless Power of Social Norms”
Kristen Duke is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Rotman School of Management. She won the 2019 Robert Ferber Award for co-authoring the best dissertation-based article published in the Journal of Consumer Research.

Kelly Peters on “Behavioural Insights: The Answer to Innovation?”
Kelly Peters is the CEO and Co-founder of BEworks, a business and policy strategy and advisory firm that is devoted to applying Behavioural Economics to real world challenges. She is also a Sessional Instructor at the Rotman School of Management.

Dilip Soman on “Nudge’s Evil Cousin: Sludge”
Dilip Soman is a Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Science and Economics and serves as Director of the Behavioural Economics in Action Research Centre at Rotman [BEAR]. He is the author of The Last Mile: Creating Social and Economic Value from Behavioural Insights (Rotman-UTP Publishing, 2015).

Out Now! Rotman Management Magazine: Behavioural Insights, Spring 2020. Get a sneak peek of this issue »

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Series Host: Rotman Management Magazine

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