About BeSci - Behavior Scientific

Behavior Scientific (BeSci) is a consortium of Harvard trained professionals committed to delivering excellence and improving the bottom line of organizations. Using the latest research on human behavior, we build high performance workplaces and deliver training programs that maximize the use of human capital. BeSci uses proven scientific technologies to identify and target areas for improvement and provide results-oriented solutions. We pride ourselves on our willingness to go the extra mile for clients.
Dr. Myra S. White, CEO and Chairman
Behavior Scientific was founded in 2001 by Dr. White to make scientific knowledge of human performance available to businesses and professional firms. Too often business practices are informed by psychological fads rather than sound scientific research and knowledge.
Dr. White
has a Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard, a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from Northwestern University. In the early part of her career, she worked as a software engineer designing and developing complex computer systems, work which involved the detailed analysis of business and work processes. This experience has made her aware that streamlining work-flow and identifying task critical behaviors is as important to improving workplace performance as aligning strategy, tasks, talent, and behavior.
Dr. White teaches leadership and managing workplace performance at Harvard. She has consulted to businesses, including Fortune 500 companies, for more than 15 years. An expert on human performance, she is currently completing a book that teaches people how to perform in “flow” or what athletes call the “zone.” Her research focuses on the mental and emotional factors that lead to peak performance and includes a study of Harvard’s championship women’s ice hockey team. An award-winning athlete who played on Harvard’s first women’s ice hockey team, Dr. White draws on sports psychology, cognitive neuroscience and social psychology in her work.



In an intellectual capital organization like ours, the most important thing that you can do is engage the individual’s energy so that they can apply it most to the thing that excites them most, their work. David Russo, The SAS Institute

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