Implementing behavioral sciences in agile teams

Written by Guido Jansen in
January 2020

Whether talking to agencies or clients, implementing behavioral sciences in agile teams seems to be a struggle that many companies face. Together with André Morys, owner of konversionsKRAFT I explore why this is the case and what optimization teams can do to overcome this. (oorspronkelijk gepubliceerd op https://www.cro.cafe/)

Unfortunately something went wrong with the audio of the host (Guido) mid-interview. Luckily we had a backup but this is the cause of a bit lower quality starting at around 27 min (only for the host track). Shownotes : www.cro.cafe/podcast/implementing-behavioral-sciences-in-agile-teams Partners: Convert: convert.com/features Online Dialogue: onlinedialogue.nl Braingineers: braingineers.com
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