Planning decision making in a local or regional government across Europe involve both the intentions and objectives of the government itself, but inevitably also both unknown and intertwined objectives of the set of stakeholders who are directly or indirectly affected by different proposed future directions.


This project aims to create a digitalized and user-friendly workflow by integrating and adapting market survey and decision analysis methods.


Key benefits are scalable and cost-effective solution to enable early, pro-active citizen participation for empowerment in public decision processes, transparency around all stakeholder groups inputs and the provision of tools for making rational and sustainable decisions in complex environments.

 

Aim/objective

  • Examine the current planning process at the City of Stockholm.

  • Involve Core stakeholders and Market forces  in an Enabling environment to express their view in order to participate in the planning process.

  • Design tools to anenable effective and rational transparent process to achieve an informed decision.

 

InSight & EnLIGHT

Duration: 2018-10-01 - 2021-05-31

Internet: InformEnlight.preference.nu

Contact: Kjell Borking

E-mail Kjell@preference.nu

Budget: 628 000 EUR

Partners: Preference AB, Allies AB, eGovLab of Stockholm University and the Institut für Immobilien Bauen und Wohnen GmbH, I.IBW

 

Approaches/methods

This project will use a co-creation methodology in order to facilitate open and collaborative innovation.

The concept of co-creation is different from the traditional push and pull approaches, as it actually implies that different parties actually ‘create’ something together, instead of one part developing something for the other to use (push-approach), or expressing a clear request or need to the other (pull-approach).

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Expected effects and results

  • Access informants in an attractive and scalable way.

  • Collect and aggregate insights together with underlying values and beliefs from stakeholders, interest groups, and experts.

  • Evaluate actions or plans focussing on how different stakeholders are affected and how the actions provide value.

  • Allow stakeholders to fully transparently view the entire process from survey to aggregated results and decisions.

Involved city
City of Stockholm
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