Maritz’s first Chief Behavioral Officer is building on ‘nudges’

Researchers have discovered that consumers make different choices when they choose via different means. For instance, people ordering food through a tablet or by writing it down tend to make healthier choices. When they order verbally, they more often choose higher-calorie dishes. When selecting accessories for a car by swiping choices on a tablet, customers …

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