Punishment or Reward? Which is more effective? by Veritasium
Discusses the gambler's fallacy and regression to the mean when samples are taken from a normal population. The importance of control groups in scientific studies.
Dan Pink: The puzzle of motivation. TED Talk 2009
Dan will demonstrate that what science knows, business does not practice in the 21st century. Watch this if you are a manager - you've been lawyered!
Dan Ariely: What makes us feel good about our work?
Dan Pink: Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us. RSA Animate
Sir Ken Robinson TED talk: How to Escape Education's Death Valley
Dr. Anita Williams Woolley, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory presented to alumni at Reunion 2013.
Most of us are familiar with the idea of "general intelligence" in individuals, but no one has systematically examined whether a similar kind of "collective intelligence" exists for groups of people. In two studies with 192 groups, we find converging evidence of a general collective intelligence factor that explains a group's performance on a wide variety of tasks. This "c factor" is not strongly correlated with the average or maximum individual intelligence of group members, but is correlated with the level of social perceptiveness of group members, the equality in distribution of conversational turn-taking, and the proportion of females in the group. Ongoing research explores the relationships among collective intelligence, diversity, and learning as well as tools for enhancing collective intelligence.
"The debrief is the most important part of the simulation process."