nobi's work

a look at nobi's past work

Nobi's client list comprises a wide array of industry verticals. While every problem we encounter is unique, our proprietary solutions can be applied to any measurable problem. To learn more about how Nobi has worked to solve client problems in the past, view our list of case studies below.
By utilizing the Nobi solution, clients experience an unleashing of creativity by all levels. The cross-industry know-how that we’ve developed brings unparalleled creativity and problem-solving abilities to the table for all of our clients, and have helped us secure hundreds of millions of dollars in client ROI.
work worth doing

nobi working to better our surroundings

From our days as a nebulous startup and still today, Nobi has dedicated resources and our know-how to support projects that, simply stated, do good. This program is aimed specifically for organizations, groups, and causes where no other funding source would otherwise be available. Our work worth doing initiative has achieved valuable results in healthcare, education, foster care, and veterans of the US Military, to name a few.

This program allows Nobi to apply internal research and development resources to beta-test new developments before going live to market. Our simultaneous test designs for complex systems improvement, and our orthogonal conjoint approach for new product testing and optimization were both pioneered under Work Worth Doing projects.

To date, our projects have included:
  • Accelerating donations to youth programs by 53%
  • Increasing academic performance for about 650 high-school mathematics students shifting double-digit percentiles vs. national benchmarks
  • Reducing acute hospitalizations for disabled adults in health plans including SPMI
  • Clinical trials study design and analysis
  • Increasing outreach & optimizing hiring rates for veterans as a piece of the Hire our Heroes initiative

our most recent project

Most recently, Nobi worked with MeMoves to assess the benefit of their self-regulation treatment program for children with autism. Because autism episodes are also disruptive to other children and their teachers, the study was run in school classrooms.

MeMoves was designed a couple of decades ago with extensive further research development each year in market. Today, it is used in hundreds of classrooms in the United States and worldwide. (For more information on the program, go to

The study was designed for 18 classrooms among 4 schools, pre-kindergarten through 4th. grade. Five metrics were used:
  • Not following instructions
  • Disruptive behavior
  • Talking out of turn
  • Getting out of seat
  • Disengaged from the class

Independent, experienced trained observers (not the teachers) counted and recorded the incidents of each metric over 30-minute pre-determined periods.

Total off-task incidents were reduced by about 4/5 by MeMoves. This happened suddenly in the study’s first week, then sustained, undiminished for the entire 5 weeks of the study. Follow-up a few weeks later (with the treatment continuing) found the 4/5 reduction sustaining.

The 4/5 reduction was consistent with an earlier smaller study run in different schools, which had found about a 2/3 reduction.

Technical footnote: The study design used a randomized orthogonal factorial layout, using the randomization distribution to establish significance directly. The finding (of about a 4/5 reduction in the specified symptoms) would occur “by pure chance” in less than 1/5000 trials.

If you have an idea for us that falls under Work Worth Doing, head to our LinkedIn Page and let us know about it.