Behavioral science in business applications is a fascinating topic. In his book “The Undoing Project,” Michael Lewis describes behavioral economics and how even the best experts’ decision-making is not as accurate as predictive modeling or analytics. He cites an Oregon Research Institute study where radiologists were consulted on the best methods to make an accurate clinical diagnosis of stomach cancer. The doctors described their decision-making process and researchers developed an algorithm to closely mimic that process. More...

As the impact of digitalization accelerates, organizations continue to invest in digital technologies to transform their legacy environments and connect them to new digital business models. More...

Recently, CGI commissioned research from Oxford Economics—The Cyber-Value Connection—to explore the link between a cyber incident and company value. Specifically, we wanted to develop an analytical methodology to examine share-price movements in companies that had experienced publicly disclosed cyber breaches. More...

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