Man is on a mission. With the circular economy, 17 Sustainable Development Goals and the energy transition we are going full speed ahead. It's a global challenge that can disrupt our daily personal and professional lives. And not just for the idealists or the sustainability managers. Every single person in every organisation has to contribute its fair share.
One Future Play turns the global challange into a human one. Together we'll dive deep into your organisation's culture, sustainability strategy and goals. Next, One Future Play will lead your organisation from unconscious incompetence to conscious competence. Cultural research, opportunity analysis, campaigns and games help people and cultures to become "future savvy".
It might be up to you (hopefully with the aid of colleagues) to realise your organisation's sustainability ambitions. One Future Play can help you with that. From program to execution. A purposeful adventure to retain grip on this human challenge together.
Your organisation moves in a direction determined by its people, their competencies, the organisation itself as well as its culture. Some motivation is intrinsic but more often adaptations are a result of external impulses such as market demand, new regulation of societal pressure.
One's culture provides unique answers to universal questions. And these universal question are rapidly changing. Competencies reveal your ability to answer these new questions. One Future Play supports the development of a proactive organisational culture and the appropriate competencies.
Do you think we might match? Check out these case studies and see what we did for ProRail and RWS.
Assessments yield uncompromising data. When posed with sustainability dilemmas, the responses are far from noncommittal. So instead of subscribing to newsletters or donating to remote causes, why not use The Sustainability Games to gain immediate insights?
When people gauge their sustainability competencies, they effectively enhance their professional profiles. And that encourages educational organisations to increase investments in sustainability competencies. As a consequence, employers attract knowledgeable and skilled talents who will accellerate the transition.
Nine de Jonge
Maria Van Veelen
Thomas van Veelen