Selective Behaviour Modelling


SELECTIVE BEHAVIOUR MODELLING TM

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Selective Behaviour ModellingTM (SBM) is a new approach o embedding behaviours reliably and predictably into large numbers of people to support culture change with empirical measurement. SBM has been designed by Australian behavioural scientist Allan Parker.

SBMTM  - A NEW GENERATION BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE TOOL

SBMTM takes the next step to review on mass and instil concrete, specific behaviours: that is, behaviours we want to see happening and can be empirically measured.  The differences between 360° and SBMTM are:

360°
SBMTM
Historical, subjective

Real-time, behaviour focused

Little empirical evidence that
participants actually behave differently

Strong empirical evidence for
behavioural change

Time consuming

90 seconds per week

Expensive

Cost-effective

 

 

 













About the program

Selective Behaviour ModellingTM (SBMTM) is a software supported approach to embedding behaviours reliably and predictably into large numbers of people to support culture change with empirical measurement.  SBMTM has been designed by Australian behavioural scientist Allan Parker.

In simple terms SBMTM:

  • Is identifying single, specific, concrete, observable and/or audible behaviours that, when delivered, will create a high leverage impact and support the desired culture change inside an organisation.
  • Involves a significant number of people committing to participate in the delivery of 2 of those specific, concrete, observable and/or audible behaviours every day in their day-to-day workplace for 12 weeks

Participant requirements

  • SBMTM requires that all of the participants know what the 2 specific, concrete, observable and/or audible behaviours are (and the system will tell them); watching those behaviours happening, copying them, and making them part of their own behaviour on a daily basis without being away from their core work
  • The system provides a place for participants and reviewers to give yes/no feedback, once a week, which takes less than 90 seconds to do.
  • The system provides feedback from 3-4 reviewers, selected by the participant, who observe the participant doing the behaviour on the job. This means that there is empirical measure en masse that the behaviours are being delivered into the organisation each week and thus impacting positively on the Culture.
  • Once everyone has delivered the behaviours daily for 12 weeks it will have become embedded as a habit.