Monthly Archives: January 2016

Libertarian Paternalism – W16.2

The notion of libertarian paternalism entered broader public consciousness with the publication of the book Nudge by Thaler and Sunstein (Yale UP, 2008). Grounding their ideas in the emerging field of behavioral economics, the authors described a mechanism for the … Continue reading

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Organizational Learning – W16.1

Following the logic of Kurt Lewin’s model of change, before people in an organization can learn a new way of doing things, they must unlearn the way they have done things in the past. As I discuss elsewhere (Unlearning), unlearning … Continue reading

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