The Reasons Why You Should Conduct Social Experiments in Your Employee Resource Groups

Today I’m going to talk about conducting a social experiment.

And guess what, the subject of the experiment is you…

In todays show we discuss several things including:

  • Why you should think of your employee resource group as a lab
  • Why your processes should differ for reversible decisions and non reversible decisions
  • Why you should run social experiments for things that truly matter and much much more

Here’s some of what I share in the show:

Why You Should Think of Your Employee Resource Group as a Lab

I discuss why it’s useful to think of your employee resource group as a lab:

“When I think of a lab, I think of a place where people do research, perform experiments or measure things in general.   This extends beyond old school thinking and is more creative”

Why your processes should differ for reversible decisions and non-reversible decisions

I explain why reversible decisions don’t need to be made the same way as irreversible decisions:

“Reversible decisions are doors that open both ways. Two-way doors you can walk in and out of”

Why You Should Run Social Experiments for Things that Truly Matter

I explain how a Professor suggests that if your decisions are reversible and matter then you should run experiments:

“These are the social experiments I’m talking about or you could even do pilot studies for initiatives to cultivate developmental relationships, preparing employees for their appraisals, anything “

Show Notes

Developmental Networks: The Most Important Career Tool You’ve Never Heard Of

Go Fast and Break Things: The Difference Between Reversible and Irreversible Decisions

 

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