TNO is one of the largest independent research organizations in the Netherlands. Also known for its cutting-edge innovation in applied sciences and technology.
We'll be discussing the critical role of supply chain management in driving a more sustainable future. Don't miss this exciting opportunity. Join us online to learn from a leading expert in the field.
We'll dive into a range of thought-provoking topics, including:
Elmer Rietveld is an internationally acknowledged researcher in the field of critical raw materials and circular economy. He possesses a diverse range of skills and knowledge spanning various fields. This includes material science, supply chain management, and welfare economics. Elmer is uniquely positioned to offer insights into the challenges and opportunities of this emerging field.
Elmer's core expertise relates to resource efficiency, with a focus on critical raw materials. He has conducted extensive research on material flow analysis of critical raw materials. Including the economic impact of price volatility of raw materials, and international trade analysis. He has also worked on circular economy initiatives and has expertise in developing and implementing policies related to CSR (corporate social responsibility).
Elmer has extensive experience in:
He has also applied land-use and water-use models to spatial planning initiatives both in the Netherlands and worldwide.
Elmer's research and consulting work in these areas has involved long-term, multi-stakeholder, interactive, complex, and participative processes. He is known for his ability to harmonize different public data sources. His skills in database design and implementation of systems, scripting, and GIS applications.
Overall, Elmer Rietveld's experience and expertise in critical raw materials and circular economy are extensive. This makes him an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to understand the challenges and opportunities of this rapidly evolving field.
Noah, Director Corporate Training at Inchainge, has a passion for all things related to circularity. Originally from Luxembourg, he began his studies and professional career in the Netherlands where he lived for 6 years.
Noah is a master trainer for Inchainge's circular business game, The Blue Connection, and a contributor to the textbook Mastering the Circular Economy. He is dedicated to developing applied circular learning programs. And inspiring companies to adopt circular practices in the Netherlands and beyond. He currently resides in Barcelona, Spain.
Note: This is a two-day training (7th and 9th of November) with 4 hours blocks on each day:
We revealed our newest business simulation game, the Triple Connection, end of March. We are now excited to show you everything you need to know to integrate this powerful sustainability business game into your course or training. You can be one of the first to become certified by joining this in-depth training.
Through this online program, we not only aim to familiarize you with The Triple Connection but also make you a part of our journey toward a more sustainable future.
The Triple Connection is a web-based business simulation game that engages its participants in implementing a sustainable strategy for a virtual chocolate milk manufacturer. To add the flair of a real-world experience, The Triple Connection comes with the added element of a limited budget. This pushes participants to be more acute with their analysis. Alignment and strong cross-functional communications are key to setting the right priorities in place!
The Triple Connection finds its roots in the cacao industry and follows the path to create maximum value in its sustainable value chain. This kind of value creation requires multiple high-level roles to align on the concept of the 3Ps: People, Planet, and Prosperity!
The Triple Connection takes into consideration 13 out of 17 Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. Meaning that participants also have to take into account the life-like consequences of every decision that they make.
Our Train the Trainer invites educators and professionals from across the world to experience our business simulation games, learn about their special features, and assess how or if they can fit into their programs.
During the program, each participant – whether it is a trainer or an educator, or a partner – will have the chance to explore the possibilities of the business simulation game. Participants will get to know:
Through our Train the Trainer program, we look forward to supporting educators who are interested and want to learn more about our business simulation games. The program gives them all the necessary insights to help them get ready to integrate the business simulation game into their course structures or in-company training.
The programs are usually designed for three audiences:
Participants can either:
So, did you decide if you would like to experience it firsthand or initially gauge the perimeters? We are excited to have you on board with us – whether as an educator or a trainer! Join us now by registering here.