Linnea Gandhi is the Managing Partner of BehavioralSight, a boutique consulting firm applying insights and methodologies from the growing field of Behavioral Science to everyday business problems. Prior, she was Managing Director of TGG Group—where she collaborated with leading psychologists to develop behaviorally-informed tools and experiments for various clients in financial services, human resources, and healthcare—and was a consultant for the Boston Consulting Group. Additionally, over the past three years Gandhi has been a teaching assistant at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business for “Managerial Decision Making” and is currently a project coach for “Responsible Leadership for Choice Architecture.” Her teaching and project work focus on rigorous, practical approaches to improve decision-making and relationships in organizations.
With published works in Harvard Business Review as well as on the blog for Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics, Gandhi has written and spoken about topics such as noise in decision-making, nudging strategies, and experimentation in organizations.
Gandhi earned a AB (magna cum laude) in Social Studies (Psych and Phil) from Harvard University, and an MBA (high honors) from Chicago Booth with concentrations in managerial and organizational behavior and statistics. She has also trained at various improvisational theater schools, including The Second City, The IO, and The Annoyance in Chicago.
2016 - 2017 Course Schedule
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