In partnership with
Behavioural Insights Team Australia
Our Sydney office plays a leading role in developing new behavioural approaches to public policy and service delivery across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Since 2012 we have partnered with the New South Wales’ Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) to establish a dedicated Behavioural Insights Unit that provides advice and strategic support to the New South Wales Government on public policy matters. This Unit has run successful behavioural trials and interventions across a number of different areas, including health systems, tax revenue, and return to work, and more recently, domestic violence, social housing and obesity.
Our reach now extends across Australia, and we have partnered with government and NGOs at the federal level, and in Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Tasmania and South Australia.
We focus on supporting organisations to identify, prioritise and scope behavioural interventions, as well as designing and delivering trials to evaluate their success. We are also building capability through tailored workshops and seminars, including executive education programmes delivered in collaboration with the Australia and New Zealand School of Government.
Our Sydney office acts as the hub for BIT’s work in the Asia-Pacific region. This includes a growing programme of work with the Singaporean Government and their Civil Service College, as well as projects with a range of international and multilateral organisations, such as the UN.