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.
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Introduce the ultimate Value Chain game in your program!
Join us for a Train the Trainer and explore a cross-functional business strategy simulation game focused on the management of Working Capital.
The training will enable you to explore the initial steps for successfully integrating this powerful value chain strategy simulation business game into your toolbox.
About The Cool Connection
The Cool Connection is a cross-functional business simulation game focused on Working Capital Management. The business game challenges its participants to bridge the financial and physical value chain while they make strategic decisions in the management of a (virtual) manufacturing company of personal care products.
The Cool Connection is versatile and can be used for courses of varying complexity at all levels of higher education or corporate training. Additionally, it can be used to help foster cross-functional alignment within your company and highlight the importance of (Financial) Value Chain Management.
Getting certified as an educator is free of charge for all educators, professors, (guest) lecturers, and teachers.
Getting certified as a trainer to deliver training to professionals, comes at a cost of EUR 300.
As a certified trainer without an Inchainge partnership, you CANNOT deliver training to professionals, however, you can still be hired by another Inchainge partner or Inchainge HQ to deliver training to professionals on their behalf.
Do not hesitate to contact us in case you are interested in the self-paced Train the Trainer (e-learning format) rather than the guided Training: firstname.lastname@example.org