Behavioral Architectures is the belief that nothing is more purposeful than a design that shapes behaviors and interactions. And few have a better handle on how to unleash potential in this way than award-winning architect, experimental filmmaker and transformational systems strategist, Jeff Sharpe.
He points out how current environments often work against the new beliefs and behaviors we want students and corporate America to embrace and offers a blueprint to address just that.
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