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Analyses the key themes and summarises the winning case studies from the 2018 Effective Innovation category in the WARC Awards, and presents the views and opinions of the judges.

Opinion

Innovating through products was a recurring theme among this year’s Effective Innovation winners at the WARC Awards.

Case Study

The Palau Legacy Project, a project to make tourism more sustainable in Palau, launched the Palau Pledge, which had to be signed as visitors entered the country, making them promise to behave environmentally responsibly.

News

GLOBAL: The effectiveness of everyday communications, including voice and written content such as letters and emails, can be improved by adopting a behavioural science approach, according to two industry practitioners.

Article

Discusses seven Behavioural Science based concepts which are key tools for optimising everyday communications: Choice Architecture, Salience, Anchoring, Framing, Chunking, Cognitive Ease and Social Norms.

Article

Outlines a simple four-step process for applying behavioural science to optimise everyday communications.

Article

With campaigns with short-term aims on the rise and an ever growing amount of platforms to run them on, this article offers marketers guidance on the best way to create effective multi-platform work.

Article

Discusses behavioural science-based initiatives intended to nudge healthier eating and examples of application that sum up what works, and what does not.

Article

Richard Shotton, author of The Choice Factory, and Mark Earls, author of "The Herd", "Copy, Copy, Copy" and more, discuss why – despite the heightened conversation and excitement around behavioural economics – it's still rare to find these theories cited among the case studies of the best work in advertising.

Article

Behavioral economics and neuroscience are among the disciplines that can offer a huge range of insights to brands.

News

SYDNEY: An understanding of how behavioural economics impacts consumer choices can help marketers build a better customer experience and keep their brands top of mind, according to an expert in buying behaviours.

Article

An understanding of how behavioural economics impacts consumer choices can help marketers build a better customer experience and keep their brands top of mind.

Article

Explains the ingredients that will lead to success for planners in a new and changing environment.

Article

This book by Sam Knowles shows readers how to tell powerful and purposeful stories by using data and statistics as the foundations and provides the tools, permission, and confidence to use data with more impact.

Article

Explores how the way brands think about customer experience (CX) is changing as they compete hard for customers’ attention in an omni-channel world with more consumer touchpoints.

Research Paper

This conference note discusses a novel method of obtaining an implicit measure of how Brexit identity primed discriminatory behaviour.

Article

This book by Richard Shotton presents 25 behavioural biases that influence everyday decision-making and, with its comprehensive scope, aims to make behavioural unpredictability much easier to navigate and negotiate.

News

BANGKOK: Brand relaunches carry a significant risk of losing existing customers to rivals and it can take a long time to win them back, but Unilever found the use of nudge theory can help make the change almost seamless.

Article

Discusses how behavioural science helps us understand why we might often behave in a profligate manner with water - from our tendency to discount the future, our deeply embedded habits and also the fact that energy doesn't communicate our usage in the most cognitively easy ways.

Research Paper

Discusses an innovative application of NUDGE by Unilever in Thailand, designed to minimize the disruption caused to consumers and thereby significantly improve the chances of a successful brand relaunch.

Article

Reveals the results of long-term research that used behavioural science and sales messages to create sales triggers, testing them across the product categories of chocolate, tea and cheese, in three digital environments.

Article

This book by John Kearon, Orlando Wood and Tom Ewing builds on Daniel Kahneman’s work about System 1 and System 2 thinking to show how it can be applied to drive profitable growth.

News

DANA POINT, CA: Extra, the gum brand made by the Wrigley unit of Mars Inc., successfully tapped the power of behavioral economics to reinvigorate its positioning and build deeper consumer connections.

Article

Wrigley Extra, a gum brand owned by Mars, reversed a long-standing sales decline through compelling stories and enhanced creativity.

Case Study

UNICEF, a leading global humanitarian agency, boosted regular donations in Australia by changing its narrative on Facebook.