When I launched Cognitive Policy Works three years ago, my goal was to deliver the next generation of best practices for driving political and social change, deeply informed by the cognitive and behavioral sciences.
This work continues in the varied research projects I’ve designed to advance our collective knowledge of how social change works in the realms of politics, economics, technology, and culture.
And now I want to share a few things I’ve learned that are especially important for creating progressive change in our turbulent world:
- Learn about my personal story in How I Became An Innovation Strategist to inform how you carve your path in life;
- Read A Change Maker’s Guide to Economic Paradigms to understand the big patterns that shape the global economy;
- Check out How Social Innovation Really Works to get a sense of the role that social context plays in cultivating change;
- And look through 5 Things To Make Large-Scale Behavior Change to understand what you’ll have to learn if you want to be an effective change agent in your own work.
If any of this is useful to you, please let me know. I’ve spent the last decade piecing together the “solution space” for addressing global challenges. And now I’m looking for better ways to put this knowledge and experience to work.
Founder and Director
Cognitive Policy Works