Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Pbog 50 days to save the planet   behavioural economics 2012
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Pbog 50 days to save the planet behavioural economics 2012

231

Published on

PBOG the sociology of organisational life... is he or isn't he... is she or isn't she ISHE or ISSHE informal organisations... development

PBOG the sociology of organisational life... is he or isn't he... is she or isn't she ISHE or ISSHE informal organisations... development

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
231
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 50 Days to Save the Planet Behavioural EconomicsA working hypothesis by Clive Burgess October 2012My global perspective➔ One World ~ Many People with different cultures Curious... looking beyond the obvious at the bigger picture ~ Sustainable Development -making social policy Clive Burgess ©2012
  • 2. 50 Days to Save the Planet Behavioural EconomicsStrategy“Although thought maybe seen by some assubjective, it is the actions one takes by using onesown definition of the situation and the socialrelationships between the interactions of theparticipants and how others respond to the actionstaken, which create socially real consequences...”Clive Burgess 13th July 2005Clive Burgess ©2012
  • 3. 50 Days to Save the Planet Behavioural Economics“Information does not necessarily lead toincreased awareness, and increased awarenessdoes not necessarily lead to action. Informationprovision, whether through advertisements,leaflets or labeling, must be backed up by otherapproaches.” Demos & Green Alliance, 2003
  • 4. 50 Days to Save the Planet Behavioural Economics How Behavioural Economics links in with... ➔ PBOG the sociology of organisational life ➔ Social/Eco Psychology ➔ Socio/Political Science & Political History ➔ International Standards ISO 9001 Quality, ISO14001 Environment, ISO 26000 Social Responsibility ➔ Health & Safety Standards HSG 65, HSG 48, HSG 263, indg 232Clive Burgess ©2012
  • 5. Sustainable Development Climate Change International Standards Information Management CONTROL – Regulate Observe & Monitor Risk Management indg 232 Meetings Supervision Consultation People HSG 65 Management HSG 263 PLAN BEHAVIOUR Audits Social/Eco Socio/Political Self-regulation Psychology Science ISO 14001 Comply . Participate Teamwork Conform Roles and Financial Responsibilities Management GUIDELINES ORGANISATION ISO 26000 Behavioural Political Economics History HSG 48 Manage Key Performance Indicators – Benchmarking Legislative Management ISO 9001 & BS/EU standards Making Social Policy Corrective Action In practice PBOG Sanctions Operations Management The sociology of organisational life Clive Burgess ©Oct 2012
  • 6. PBOG – Organisational LifeASPECTS Social/Eco Socio/Political Psychology indg 232 Science CONSULTATION Patterns of PLAN BEHAVIOUR HSG 263 COMPLY TEAMWORK CONFORM PARTICIPATE Legal or Other Rational GUIDELINES MANAGE ORGANISATION Behavioural Political Economics History Key Performance Indicators – Benchmarking ISO 9001 & BS/EU standards Clive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 7. PBOG – Organisational LifeSOCIAL CONTROLS Social/Eco Socio/Political Psychology Science MEETINGS Patterns of PLAN BEHAVIOUR ROLESSELF-REGULATION & Audit RESPONSIBILITIES ISO 14001 SANCTIONS SUPERVISION ISO 26000 Legal or Other Rational GUIDELINES KPIs - TARGETS ORGANISATION Behavioural Political Economics ISO 9001 & BS/EU standards History Clive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 8. PBOG – Organisational LifeMANAGEMENT Social/Eco Socio/Political PRACTICES Psychology Management of Science INFORMATION Patterns of PLAN BEHAVIOUR HSG 65 Management of Management of FINANCE PEOPLE HSG 48 Legal or Other Rational GUIDELINES ORGANISATION indg 90 Behavioural Management of Political Economics OPERATIONS History Management of Management of LEGISLATION RISKS Clive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 9. PBOG – Organisational Life Social/Eco AGENCY Socio/Political Psychology Science Patterns of PLAN Implementation of Plan BEHAVIOURInterpretation of the Direct, Inform, Instruct and TrainGuidelines all participants in the organisation Legal or Other Definition of the Rational GUIDELINES situation ORGANISATION Behavioural Political Economics History STRUCTURE Clive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 10. PBOG – Organisational Life Social/Eco Socio/Political Psychology Science Evaluate or review Plan Patterns of PLAN BEHAVIOUR Cooperate with others Follow the legal or other Guidelines in relation to the situation (Rules - Law) Rational Organisation Legal or Other Rational GUIDELINES This is how its done ORGANISATION around here Behavioural Political Economics History The SituationClive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 11. PBOG – Organisational Life Social/Eco Socio/Political Psychology Science Patterns of PLAN BEHAVIOUR Participants of the organisation By definition will Focus on the plan and give Rational Organisations feedback about the plan Create Competition between participants Legal or Other Coordination of effort Rational GUIDELINES (division of effort) ORGANISATION Behavioural We want you to do this Political Economics with these History to produce that safelyClive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 12. PBOG – Organisational Life Social/Eco Socio/Political Psychology Science This is how it should be done Patterns of PLAN BEHAVIOURInternalised plans are conditioned Enforce or encourage participants toby the legal or other Guidelines Follow the Guidelines(Rules, Regulation - Law) (Rules - Law) Legal or Other Rational GUIDELINES ORGANISATION Behavioural An increased level of Competence Political Economics comes through practice,skills, History knowledge and experience, time served, and certification Clive Burgess Copyright September 2011
  • 13. 50 Days to Save the Planet Climate ChangeA working hypothesis by Clive Burgess October 2012My global perspective➔ One World ~ Many People with different cultures Curious... looking beyond the obvious at the bigger picture ~ making social policy ~ different by design Clive Burgess ©2012

×