Change in the workplace can be difficult for everyone especially when organizations bring in new technology, processes, restructures or introduces new operational guidelines. Any changes in the current disruptive environment can make employees feel insecure and uncertain in their roles. Some organizations are using nudge theory to try and help employees get on board with changes and also help them to understand what the new expectations, driven by change, mean for them in terms of their behaviour and change of approach.
This session will focus on what nudge theory is with a number of practical examples about how it has been used, how nudges have been created and the level of success that it has generated thus far. Case study examples include learning and broad development, and productivity aligned to leadership development, and will cover business need, approach taken, creation of nudges, and outcomes to date.