More than half of the world’s population now lives in cities. In general, economic growth, and with it economic productivity and rising living standards, has gone hand in hand with urbanisation. Citizens’ daily lives are based on the services and infrastructure of society, although we may not always think of it that way. In order to better understand the impact of the different activities and measures as a whole, it would be useful for those responsible for development to have a clear and understandable description of the causal relationship between wellbeing and vitality.
This article presents a description and modelling approach to managing collaborative development. The framework has been developed together with Nordic cities and modellers responsible for the development of the BT Standard.
This is an official Business Technology Standard article on human-centered development of wellbeing and vitality in cities to extend and elaborate BT Standard.