Call for Collaboration: Knowledge Gaps and Priorities

The Behavioural Dynamics Institute is constantly working to improve the field and our collective knowledge base. In doing so we place great importance on helping support, coordinate and steer the research efforts of the various professional and academic arms of the influence, communication and behavioural change communities. Now, we need your help.

We want to help focus our own research in the coming months, and help others prioritize their work. That is why we are calling for a collaborative effort to establish knowledge gaps and priority areas for development.

In your opinion, what areas require more research? What problems have you faced; what assumptions have you had to make; and where is more development needed? What aspects of doctrine and theory are currently unwieldy, and what just doesn’t work in practice?

If you would like to contribute your views, you can fill out our short survey, or email your suggestions.

 

Complete the Survey Here

If you prefer to submit suggestions by email, or if you encounter any problems, contact tom.wein@bdinstitute.org.

Mission & Vision

The goal of the BDI has been to assemble and assimilate the full extent of creative and scientific knowledge on group behaviour and the dynamics of change. Read more

About Our Research

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The BDI's global network of expert members share their research and their wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge and experience. Read more

History

The Behavioural Dynamics Institute (BDI) was founded in 1989 and was formed out of the Behavioural Dynamics Working Group. Read more