If you are like most people, you often are asked to support one cause or another. Too often, it seems. We live in a world and at a time when we are bombarded with policy, advocacy and philanthropic opportunities. The commercial and industrial world has its own challenges with clutter and competition. A difference with […]
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Facts and figures stimulate the rational side of one’s brain and are essential to support any decision or strategy, but rarely spark passion, motivate behavior or induce loyalty in the face of barriers. Motivation comes from connecting the rational to the emotional in service to a complete pathway of thinking and feeling.
Two recent events involving inexplicable violence offer a glimpse at the complexity of motivations in (potentially emotional) personal and collective decisions.
David Brooks’ article “What Data Can’t Do” explains how big data can’t do it all. Partner Dave Richardson shares his take on the subject.
Health Insurance Exchanges are an integral part of Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act; their success will depend on how effectively they and their participating insurance companies communicate to eligible Americans.