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Podcast S3E3: "Establishing Values, Not Rules" with Mark Mortenson

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The third season of the New York Fed's Bank Notes podcast focuses on "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making." Season 3, Episode 3: "Establishing Values, Not Rules" is available to listen to here in full. Mark Mortensen is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD. He studies collaboration, team dynamics, and communication, with a particular focus on remote and distributed work. In this episode of "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making," Mark tells us what drew him from engineering to behavioral science, why we can’t rely on rules to drive good decisions, and the critical importance of psychological safety in building strong cultures. All three seasons of Bank Notes are available at nyfed.org/podcast, as well as wherever

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The third season of the New York Fed's Bank Notes podcast focuses on "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making."



Season 3, Episode 3: "Establishing Values, Not Rules" is available to listen to here in full.



Mark Mortensen is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD. He studies collaboration, team dynamics, and communication, with a particular focus on remote and distributed work. In this episode of "Banking Culture Reform: Norms, Mindsets, and Decision-Making," Mark tells us what drew him from engineering to behavioral science, why we can’t rely on rules to drive good decisions, and the critical importance of psychological safety in building strong cultures.



All three seasons of Bank Notes are available at nyfed.org/podcast, as well as wherever listeners get their podcasts.
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