You and your colleagues don’t always make rational decisions. Sometimes that’s a problem that leaders must address and sometimes that can be a good thing.
Behavioural Economics for Leaders summarises new and classic behavioural science research to explain how people tick, how they react to incentives (monetary or non-monetary in nature) and what that means for the world of work.
Based on 20 years of research and the findings of the world’s top behavioural economists, the often-counterintuitive wisdom in this book aims to help people become better leaders and improve their teams and organisations.
Matthias Sutter is director of the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn, Germany, and professor of experimental economic research at the Universities of Cologne and Innsbruck.
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