We are rookies

and we stay rookies.

Forever.

about <span>us</span>
we humanize work

We are humanizing work, to drive human initiative and outrun change. We are using four different perspectives, in their own unique context, to continuously improve the conditions you work in and the practices you work by. Time to cause some good trouble and bring your ideals to life!

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cultivating a learnership mindset

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stimulating conscious behaviour

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embedding an all-aboard culture

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creating responsive structures

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cultivating a learnership mindset

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stimulating conscious behaviour

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embedding an all-aboard culture

...

creating responsive structures

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#1 Cultivating a learnership mindset
#1 Cultivating a learnership mindset

From knowing to learning

Knowledge has become a fly-by-night commodity. Innovation cycles spin so quickly that, despite years of experience and success, more than 50% of what we know might become irrelevant in the next 10 years. To stay alive and kicking we need to cultivate the learnership mindset deeply within organizations and all its people.

#2 Stimulating conscious behaviour
#2 Stimulating conscious behaviour

From one-sided to collective

Doing business is an intricate and interconnected web of relationships. Conscious behaviour contributes to an inclusive and interconnected way of working. If we act more humanely and meaningfully, we can create sustainable relationships and optimize the value creation of everybody involved.

#3 Embedding an all-aboard culture
#3 Embedding an all-aboard culture

From me, them to us

Unleashing organizational power is about realizing its human potential. What we need is a culture that lives out a shared vision and is safe and demanding enough that everyone comes out of hiding. A human-centric DNA that makes it possible to maximize contribution.

#4 Creating responsive structures
#4 Creating responsive structures

From revolution to evolution

Once there was hierarchical structure, a culture of internal competition combined with deference to remote leaders, and that’s-just-how-it-is-attitudes. In these times of relentless technological innovation, we need responsive structures that venture boldly into the future. Only if we are able to drive human initiative, we can tackle the dynamics of uncertainty and outrun change.

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