About Metworx

Metworx (Pty) Ltd was formed in 1995 in South Africa. Since then we have undertaken Behaviour Engineering interventions on 47 separate sites in Southern Africa, West Africa and Russia.

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What we do

Metworx are Behaviour Engineers. What is Behaviour Engineering? Simply put, we all operate daily within behavioural frameworks of one sort or another: families, societies, businesses, sports teams, churches, legal, etc.

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We love what we do, and are always looking for good, like-minded people to share our journey with. Are you one of those people?

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Case Studies

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How does it work?

In 1956, Carnegie Mellon University’s Professor Herbert Simon suggested that, as much as we like to think otherwise, people do not automatically behave rationally or optimally. Instead, he proposed that people mostly do just enough [sufficient] to satisfy the demands of the environment that they find themselves in. He then invented the word ‘satisfice’ to describe this behaviour, combining the words ‘suffice’ and ‘satisfy.’ Subsequent research showed that he was right, and in 1975 Simon was awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics.


Our Clients

Our clients include: