Jamie's School Dinners

Steve Hiscock
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Steve Hiscock
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Bsc Hons Case Studies Mind Map on Jamie's School Dinners, created by Steve Hiscock on 05/11/2013.
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Jamie's School Dinners
1 Triggers for Change
1.1 Unhealthy school dinners
1.2 Improve children's education around diet and food
1.3 Clever / Cooler / Healthier nation
1.4 Unbalanced Diet
1.4.1 No vitamin C
1.4.2 Medical Reasons
2 Change Level
2.1 Morphogenic
2.2 Gamma
3 Implementation
3.1 Agile, School at a time, then a borough
3.2 Proof of Concept with a school
3.3 Lack of a plan
3.3.1 Change no communicated to kitchen staff
3.3.2 No Instructions
3.4 Dinner ladies taste the food
3.5 Training for Nora
3.6 Educate the children in food
3.7 Banning unhealthy food
3.8 Giving ownership to the kids
4 Change Agents
4.1 Champion
4.1.1 Jamie Oliver
4.1.2 Nora
4.1.3 Mavis
4.2 Sponser
4.2.1 Head Teacher
4.2.2 Greenwich BC
4.3 Critic
4.3.1 Nora
4.4 Inventor
4.4.1 Jamie Oliver
4.4.2 Arthur
4.4.3 Mavis
5 Barriers to change
5.1 PEST
5.1.1 Economic
5.1.1.1 37p per child
5.1.2 Political
5.1.2.1 School dinners not regulated by government
5.2 Kids reluctant to change
5.3 Children not liking veg
5.4 Resignations
5.5 Training
5.6 Scale of the change
5.7 Jamie's Dyselixa
5.8 hard to cook menus
5.9 School budgets
5.10 Children demonstrating against food
5.11 Trust of the parents
6 Culture
6.1 Role Based
6.1.1 Apollo
6.1.1.1 Change needs planning for staff culture involved
6.1.2 Jamie run's ah-hoc, against the culture
6.2 Junk Food Culture
6.3 Parents not cooking well for their childern
6.4 Costs of fresh food
7 Stakeholders
7.1 School Children
7.2 Council Catering department
7.3 Head
7.4 UK Press
7.5 Governers
7.6 Parents
7.7 Scolarest
7.7.1 Tony Sanders
7.8 Greenwich BC
7.9 Jamie's staff (15)
7.10 Government
8 Leadership and Management
8.1 Arthur inspires
8.2 Jamie uses Nora to inspire others
9 Consult Model
10 Power
10.1 Coercive
10.1.1 Excluding children in activities
10.1.2 Banning food
10.1.3 Didn't work will all
10.2 Buy in of the Heads and Dinner ladies
10.3 Reward for younger childern
10.4 Legitimate Power with Nora
11 Lewin's Ice Cube
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