Changing behavioural interaction for a brave new future

By Jon Ainger and Martin Cresswell | 21 November 2013

Understanding, managing and ultimately changing demand must be at the centre of local government’s thinking as it begins to plan for 2015/16 and beyond. Whilst this perspective has gained a healthy level of traction we’re still caught between the acceptance of the argument and our confidence to act on it.

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