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F2 to nudge or to shove - david greenfield Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Name: Date: Nudge, Nudge, WINK, WIN Dr David Greenfield CEnv MCIWM, Director – Waste & Resources
  • 2. The Challenge Facing us… Cultural – who can afford sovereignty?
  • 3. Solutions
      • Major efficiencies
      • Transformation
      • Cuts
      • Realigning service to the public
      • Understanding the Local Government Business
  • 4.  
  • 5. Waste Management Top of the political agenda Districts and Boroughs a major spend area Pressure for recycling Pressure for high customer service Smelly waste – The Chicken Tikka Masala effect
  • 6. Nudge, Nudge. Nudging – To influence behaviour through positive choice Are Local Authorities compelled to dictate or influence?
  • 7. Nudging or Shoving in Waste Management Wandsworth – reduce your waste reduce your council tax Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and Recyclebank
  • 8. Who Nudges the Nudgers? IESE developed the “Waste Improvement Network” in 2006 Over 90% of Authorities have a least one registered user Library and Case Study Library Self assessment service Procurement guidance WIN FOCUS Partnership Routemap WINK
  • 9. To Nudge or Shove – that is the question Nudging, But you need someone to nudge a proportion of LA policy makers, prior to them nudging the public... In Waste management: Nudge, Nudge, through WINK and WIN
  • 10. Thank you for your Time Please visit www.win.org.uk or contact us on: [email_address] [email_address]