The Behavioral Design Podcast

Changing Behavior at Scale with Josh Wright

December 16, 2020 Samuel Salzer Season 1 Episode 5
The Behavioral Design Podcast
Changing Behavior at Scale with Josh Wright
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The Behavioral Design Podcast
Changing Behavior at Scale with Josh Wright
Dec 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 5
Samuel Salzer

Welcome to another episode of the Behavioral Design Podcast by Habit Weekly. This episode is a treat and an early Christmas gift since it's a conversation with truly a leader in the field - Josh Wright.

Josh is the Executive Director at ideas42, which should be mentioned was voted the best applied behavioral science organization in the world during the recent Habit Weekly Awards. Josh has extensive experience with designing and implementing behavioral solutions to problems in everything from the financial services, poverty, healthcare, and education industry. In short, he's seen most areas of applied behavioral science and knows how to think about diagnosing and solving problems at scale.

It proved indeed to be a great conversation and you can expect to learn about Ideas42 Behavioral Design methodology, how to think about working with behavior change in different contexts, thoughts on how to boost adoption for the COVID vaccine, and what the optimal playback speed is for listening to audiobooks. Fun stuff indeed, I'm sure you'll find it as enlightening as I did.

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Show Notes

Welcome to another episode of the Behavioral Design Podcast by Habit Weekly. This episode is a treat and an early Christmas gift since it's a conversation with truly a leader in the field - Josh Wright.

Josh is the Executive Director at ideas42, which should be mentioned was voted the best applied behavioral science organization in the world during the recent Habit Weekly Awards. Josh has extensive experience with designing and implementing behavioral solutions to problems in everything from the financial services, poverty, healthcare, and education industry. In short, he's seen most areas of applied behavioral science and knows how to think about diagnosing and solving problems at scale.

It proved indeed to be a great conversation and you can expect to learn about Ideas42 Behavioral Design methodology, how to think about working with behavior change in different contexts, thoughts on how to boost adoption for the COVID vaccine, and what the optimal playback speed is for listening to audiobooks. Fun stuff indeed, I'm sure you'll find it as enlightening as I did.

Relevant links