Tag: business psychology

The Basics of Organisational Behaviour

November 5th, 2012   •   no comments   


A screaming staff beckons deeper investigation (courtesy of Bay Integrated Marketing)

Have you wondered why your colleague is so irritating? Pissed off by a boss who seem to disagree with everything you propose? Or frustrated by a “stubborn” subordinate who only wants to do things his way?

If you hope to improve your working environment (assuming you do not want to quit), it may be useful to consider the three key variables determining how your organisation behaves. These are its Beliefs, Values and Attitudes as represented in the chart below (thanks to Docmo).
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The 7 Triggers of Fascination

July 11th, 2012   •   no comments   

7 Triggers of Fascination

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Why do certain marketing messages attract our attention while others leave us cold?

Thanks to a fascinating podcast by Derek Halpern of the Social Triggers website, I managed to uncover the answer.
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Are You Sure It Was That Obvious?

August 13th, 2011   •   no comments   


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You’ve probably heard the saying that with hindsight, one has 20/20 vision.

“Why didn’t you do this then?”
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