Burgers, beers and behavioural economics

Published: 31/03/2023

How ‘nudges’ can help our industry

The Tasmanian Forests & Forest Products Network held its southern Burgers, Beers and Bright Ideas event in Hobart earlier this month, and attendees were intrigued by CMS' member Professor Swee-Hoon Chuah, who presented to the audience about behavioural insights and nudges, and spoke about how industry could apply these behavioural insights to bring about behaviour change in the context of diversity and inclusion.

Prof. Chuah said businesses have started implementing ‘inclusion nudges’ to encourage diversity and inclusion.

“McKinsey & Co. for instance, have been using nudges featuring memorable stories or visuals designed to activate inclusive behaviours and make them stick,”.

Read more about Prof. Chuah's presentation on behavourial economics here.

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