Design Thinking for Good Governance

Back in grad school, I wrote an National Science Foundation (NSF) proposal called Policy as Design. It was an extension of my work with the Research […]

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5 Principles of (Quantum) Energy Leadership

This morning I picked up a book that a colleague recommended, called Energy Leadership, and read it from cover to cover. It struck me that […]

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Design Thinking for Engagement

Recently, we melded design thinking process with behavioral science methods to facilitate a breakout session at Acterra’s Spring Green Team Forum. My goal, along with my intrepid […]

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Engagement Skills

As we continue to implement engagement programs via AZENTIVE, it’s important to understand the immensity of the challenge before us. A staggering 69% of managers surveyed […]

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Knowing your Fish: Data-Driven Design

At Alchemus Prime, Sundarajan often gives an example to guide our clients with business strategy. We call it the fish story. Basically, you could buy […]

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McKinsey: Four Key Leadership Behaviors

At Alchemus Prime, we take a behavioral approach to, well, everything. So, encountering recent research from McKinsey that talks about four critical leadership behaviors was music […]

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Design Thinking: Double Diamond

I recently read an article about revamping British Design Council’s double diamond that really resonated. It was well-written, with simple language and useful examples. Thank you to […]

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Workplace Fairness Impacts Health

Recent research reveals that feeling like you are being treated fairly at work is associated with better health. Organizational behavior researchers at the University of East […]

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What is Career Manifestation?

In a culture that is fast-paced, competitive, materialistic and often superficial, slowing down enough to find one’s inner and outer balance can be difficult. Clients who come […]

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Design Thinking at Scale

I recently came across a Wired article about how IBM is applying design thinking to change the way its 400,000 employees work, and I was […]

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