Does influencing customer behavior and making them happy always come at a cost ? What if there is a solution that will improve customers experience, save the businesses some money and help better the environment ? If you are thinking it’s too good to be true , then read on..
In a hyper competitive world, positioning commodity products only on pricing is a risky proposition. Companies always try to sell the ‘value’ tag to differentiate themselves from competition. Meat industry in developed countries is no exception. What can meat industry teach others on positioning based on value? Traditionally meat suppliers
State of New South Wales, in Australia have been actively supporting the mission to use behavior science as a key enabler to enable policy decisions and drive positive society change. They are using the principles of behavioral science to tackle interesting problems : 1. Reduce city traffic congestion through flexi
It is not just the private organizations who are taking skill development seriously. Several leading countries who are abreast with the disruptive business models and proliferation of technology across the business are taking skill development seriously to improve the overall productivity with an aim to remain competitive in the global