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Developing a Hydrogen Game

Perspectivity has been selected to develop a serious game on the hydrogen economy! The question comes from TKI Nieuw Gas, a programme from the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland) that supports innovation projects […]

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Spring House community stories

Spring House is a community for innovators alongside the river IJ in Amsterdam. A place to work, a lab and a platform with over 200 members who inspire each other and sometimes collaborate. They share […]

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Perspectivity Fest a great success!

Last Saturday, on 3 November, the Perspectivity Fest took place at the circular economy playground BlueCity in Rotterdam. It attracted a very mixed crowd of people. Together, we started the day listening to the unique story of […]

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Perspectivity Fest

The Perspectivity Fest is coming up! Join us on the 3rd of November at Blue City Rotterdam. You are invited to join us for a day filled with inspiration for transformation. A full day of […]

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The Perspectivity Story of Lara

In the past years I have learned that there is an incredible amount of people with innovative ideas who truly make the world a little bit better. Whether those are scientists who do research that is […]

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Deep Democracy, Lewis Method

Deep Democracy is a practical (facilitation) method to start dialogue together. It actively looks for the wisdom of the minority. Alternative points of views are heard, explored and brought into the decision-making process. This results […]

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Partners’ Retreat at D’ArtelJ

Perspectivity is a collective of committed individuals and professional consultants, dedicated to help build sustainable organisations and societies. The Enterprise is one collective consisting of a number of partners, with a number of projects in a […]

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Open Game Session 5 July 2018

Net voor de zomervakantie organiseerden Perspectivity en Spring House een open spel avond in Spring House in Amsterdam. Een leuke mix van mensen speelden de Perspectivity Voedsel Challenge, het Nexus spel en het Terra Nova […]

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Blog: From LaLaLa to LaLaLi

Blog by Hanna Buschke, participant in the Art of Facilitation training course  “LaLaLi” – you might be thinking of tune of a lullaby now. It is, however, the mantra during the training course “The Art of […]

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Perspectivity at Ashoka University

The energy remained high all day at the Centre for Entrepreneurship as Perspectivity’s Dharmesh Mistry hosted 3 sessions of its Climate Challenge for over 65 members of Ashoka University in Sonepat, Haryana, India on the […]

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The Perspectivity Story of Mark

With excitement I am joining the Perspectivity community as freelance serious gaming developer. My job will be to improve the sales of the current Challenges and to participate in developing assignments. This I will do […]

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Nexus! at Interpore 2018

Perspectivity’s Jaspreet shares his experiences facilitating the Stress Nexus Challenge: “Perspectivity had the opportunity of facilitating the Stress Nexus! Challenge at Interpore 2018 in New Orleans, USA. Interpore is the annual global conference for Porous […]

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Stories on loneliness in Amsterdam

Amsterdam wants to reduce loneliness in the city. All kinds of organisations and people in area have launched experiments to learn with and from each other how we can improve this. The experiments started in […]

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Dialogue at Wageningen University

Wageningen Universiteit & Research (WUR) is working on all kinds of complex societal issues that trigger many different opinions. To be able to adequately fulfil their role as a knowledge organisation and to be able to steer […]

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Exploring abundance on Afrikadag

What if we had plenty of capacities and resources to realise a future we want? That was the central question during two consecutive workshops hosted by Partos and facilitated by Perspectivity during Afrikadag 2018, a yearly […]

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Help wanted: Join the CoBudget Circle

As our CoBudget aspirations are growing, we are creating a CoBudget Circle. Together the members of this Circle are responsible for: Promotion: Attracting new projects and people who want to co-invest Communication: Sharing progress and results Events: […]

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Teaching students of the VUCA Academy

Perspectivity provides two training days in the Master’s programme Managing Information & Sustainable Change (MISC) in April and May of 2018. This Master’s degree is a part-time programme of the VUCA Academy and Radboud University. On the first day, Perspectivity’s Elien […]

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The Art of Facilitation

Een 2-daagse training in essentiële facilitatievaardigheden In onze huidige complexe samenleving hebben we de wijsheid van de groep nodig om complexe uitdagingen op te lossen. Om groepen tot vruchtbare resultaten te brengen, is deskundige facilitatie […]

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Train-the-Trainer Perspectivity Challenge

Perspectivity cordially invites all game players to join the upcoming Train-the-Trainer session to learn how to facilitate the Stress Nexus! Challenge and the Public Health Challenge. Do you recall the last Perspectivity Challenge you played? […]

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New Challenge website

The Perspectivity Challenges now have their own website, visit theperspectivitychallenge.org to check it out. This website contains more detailed information about the individual challenges (Climate, Food, Decision-Making, Human Security, National Security, Public Health and Stress! Nexus) and […]

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Sprockler Training

Sprockler is a response to an increasingly complex world in which we endeavor to make sense of what happens. It uses a unique combination of qualitative (stories) and quantitative (numbers) data. It bridges the worlds […]

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Navigating Complexity

Perspectivity offers you a new 1-day training: Navigating Complexity Do you work with multiple parties that are different from each other? Do you want to achieve results together, but do you face a lot of […]

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LEGO Serious Play

Are you looking for a way to get everyone involved? A way in which everyone can speak out about what is important to them, with colleagues but also across teams, departments or even throughout the […]

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Open game night Stress Nexus Challenge

The population of the world is growing. People on average live longer. This is causing increased pressure on available resources. Water is becoming a scarce commodity in many locations across the globe. There is not […]

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For the Love of Complexity workshop 13 October 2017

How does chaos relate to complexity?  How far does involving everyone go? How do you keep everyone informed and where is this incorporated in the complexity navigator? Should we not first get an idea of what’s going on before others join? Are we talking about the content or the process?  These were some of […]

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The Perspectivity Story of Fanny

I am a girl on a mission: I want to help companies and organisations in The Netherlands to become more socially responsible and sustainable. I want support them to inspire other organisations in order to create a […]

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New tool: Lego Serious Play

You might know them from a long time ago. Recently they have started popping up everywhere again. Meetings where people play with those tiny colourful plastic bricks again. Lego is back and making meetings more productive […]

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Q&A on CoBudget

To find out more about the current status of the CoBudget initiative, we had a Q&A session with Monique Janmaat: Hey Monique, which bucket ideas are there already?  “There are currently three ideas: Lego bricks […]

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Meetings that Matter @Oikocredit

In organisations that are constantly in flux and where (almost) everything influences each other, regular alignment is crucial. But are all those hours spent in meeting rooms really that productive? Are we talking about the […]

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Looking for common ground at WPI

Werk, Participatie en Inkomen (Work, Participation and Income) has been reorganised into separate columns a few years back. Although this happened, common ground on the content of their work has not disappeared. That is why […]

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Complexity workshop for Port of Amsterdam

The Port of Amsterdam is dealing with major complex issues of this time, such as the depletion of natural resources, environmental pollution and climate change. At the same time, logistics chains, trade networks and regional economic […]

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“So this is the art of it!”

On the 30th and 31st of March Lisette taught 10 participants the tricks of the facilitation trade. Fortunately, she did not have to do this by herself because in a training about facilitation, the group […]

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The Challenges of Young Researchers

Young academic researchers at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen face fundamental challenges: how do I balance life and work? How do I find the funding for projects? How do I form a research group? 64 young researchers […]

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Perspectivity Network Event

“When you are stressed and nervous before a presentation, what can you tell yourself to get a better hand of the situation? Tell yourself, or better yet, imagine, visualise the following: Firstly, ‘You are welcome’. […]

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Perspectivity at Wharton

On 3 April, 2017, Perspectivity hosted the Nexus! Challenge at Wharton’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy. The Kleiman Center at Wharton focuses on Energy Policy Innovation and promotes its application—creating opportunities for students, researchers, and […]

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Perspectivity goes in circles

Inspired by Holacracy, a governance system for self steering, Perspectivity is experimenting with a new form of organising ourselves: in circles. What does this imply? A circle is formed around a purpose domain, like Vitality […]

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Blog: Reflect & Adapt

How do you keep improving in a world that is constantly on the move?  ‘Reflective Communication Scrum’, that is the name of the publication through which Betteke van Ruler, emeritus professor of communication science, introduced Scrum […]

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Open Game at Springhouse Amsterdam

It was a fabulous Spring day when a group of twenty open minded people gathered at Spring House in Amsterdam to try a Perspectivity Challenge. Some participants had heard of the climate game, others came […]

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Discover the other in yourself

“Wow I didn’t realise I can be so overwhelming!” The participant is literally and figuratively standing in the shoes of her manager, whose perspective is radically different from her own. Through this exercise she can […]

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Workshop Agile Communication

The world is on the move. Changes occur faster and faster and are influenced by many actors and factors simultaneously. It’s an illusion to think that you can continue to orchestrate the communication centrally. It takes […]

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Animations on Future Search

Available in English, Dutch and now also in Portuguese ( Realidade & Filosofia). Watch and learn about the ins and outs of Future Search – the award winning methodology that Perspectivity has successfully applied in […]

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PechaKucha by Han Rakels

From Quantum Mechanics to Pippi Longstocking. A personal story of discovery about why we got confused – in the ‘war’ – as human beings. Why we fight and suppress, while we long for harmony. And […]

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Book tip: White is a colour as well

In ‘Wit is ook een kleur’ (White is a colour as well) Sunny Bergman shares her perspective on the complex issues that arise in today’s society. What is the deal with discrimination in the Netherlands? […]

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Leadership in Complexity Training

Perspectivity’s complexity workshop has been elaborated into a one-day Leadership in Complexity training. The training has been delivered in-company several times in autumn 2016, amongst others for: A group of local government officials from Libanon, […]

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Institute for Integrated Economic Research

In collaboration with the Public Policy Agency, Perspectivity organized a thought provoking evening to exchange ideas with Dr. Hannes Kunz. Hannes is the founder and director of the Institute for Integrated Economic Research (IIER), based in Switzerland. IIER […]

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Co-creating for civic space in The Spindle

On December 13th, Perspectivity joined the first ever co-creation session of The Spindle, both as participant and as facilitors. The Spindle connects Dutch and global innovators into a movement for inclusive, sustainable development. The Spindle is initiated by […]

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Future Search in Dublin

With support from the Perspectivity network, multiple stakeholders recently spent three days in Ireland to learn more about Future Search. ‘Future Search‘ is a principle-based methodology for enabling multi-stakeholder engagement around complex issues. It is […]

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Learning Experience Design Conference

Learning Experience (LX )Design can help shape the future of education by connecting the worlds of design and learning. It’s a combination of the creative and disruptive talents of designers with the passion and expertise […]

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Food & Voice in Nepal

In collaboration with Enablement, Hanne Verhoeven trained 16 women of the Nepalese Women with a Disability Association (NDWA) as trainers and advocates for sexual and reproductive health and rights and food security.     It’s […]

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Ministry of VWS hosts Tangram Party

The Perspectivity Tangram complexity tool has matured and we organised a workshop to celebrate this. The Dutch Ministry of Public Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) was so kind to host the party. The Tangram is […]

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Hacking Elderly Care

My experience of a hackathon by Lisette Gast The Hague, 2nd – 7th October. There I was feeling honoured, as I was selected to be one of the hackers in the Hacking Elderly Care Hackathon. […]

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Appreciative Team Retreat SunFunder

SunFunder with head quarters in San Fransisco, staff members spread all over the world and a regional office in Arusha Tanzania, finances solar beyond the grid. Over the next decade, solar energy will leapfrog the electricity […]

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New Intern: Get to know Sheriff

My name is Sheriff Tabba and I am a Canadian Graduate Student currently pursuing a Master’s in Development Studies at the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, The Netherlands. I lived in both Saudi […]

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New Intern: Get to know Hanna

My name is Johanna Ulseth. I am currently pursuing my Master’s Degree at SIT (School for International Training) in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management, a flexible, self-designed program that allowed me to take classes on […]

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Happily Ever After

Children speak the truth. In simple terms. In addition, children will inherit whatever today’s leaders decide to leave behind on planet Earth. What happens if we ask 10-year olds to reflect on the challenges of […]

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Sprockler at Border Sessions Festival

Lisette Gast was invited by Border Sessions, the international festival on technology and society in The Hague, to speak about Sprockler and its innovative approach to data. Together with Jonne Catshoek, director of Elva Community […]

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Developing debt relief services in Amsterdam

Debt relief services are under development in Amsterdam. On the 30th of June, hundred professionals come together in the Tobacco Theater on the Nes to explore smarter collaboration together.  Central question: How can we, as professionals, work […]

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Communication Scrum in Oldambt

The communication department of the municipality of Oldambt wonders if they can use Scrum to distribute their work and share knowledge in the team. In a one-day workshop, the team is introduced to the principles of […]

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Participatory policy design in Maastricht

On June 14, the new subsidy system for volunteer work was approved by the Maastricht city council, with “extensive compliments to everyone” by the council. The new regulation has been developed through a participatory process […]

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ICRA Wageningen plays the Food Challenge

Professionals involved in facilitating and coaching rural innovation from all over the world come to Wageningen to follow the ICRA ‘Facing Rural Innovation Challenges’ course. Part of this course focuses on facilitation and negotiation in […]

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For the love of complexity workshop

How can we make complexity work for us? This is the central question we explored on June 10, with 20 experienced professionals during the ‘For the love of complexity’ workshop in the Vechtclub in Utrecht. […]

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Embrace uncertainty, get agile

By Petra de Boer The world is changing. With a flexible attitude we can respond better to changes. But that is not as easy as it sounds. Dare to experiment, preferably in real life. Greek […]

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Dudley UK write up

March 2016 saw the latest Public Health game challenge being played in Stourbridge, UK (the home of glass making). The 5 hour return train journey from London was worthwhile! Almost 50 General Practice doctor trainees […]

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British School in The Netherlands

Last month 65 students aged 14-15 years from the British School in The Netherlands rose to the challenge and played the Climate Challenge. It was part of their Life Skills course which includes a topic […]

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What’s (not) in a label

Do you ever wonder where the border lies between intuition and prejudice? Rightly so! We’re told to stop acting on false assumptions, but we’re also advised to trust our instincts, our gut. During Perspectivity’s Network […]

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Public Health Challenge March 24

We would like to invite you to experience the Public Health Challenge March 24 in Utrecht. This newly developed inspiring learning tool allows players to experience the realities of complex decision making to improve public […]

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Perspectivity Network Event

The next Network Event is already coming up on 5 & 6 February. Freek van der Pluijm, Tamar Harel & Christopher Baan have prepared a programme to discover personal stories of change. On Saturday we […]

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Oikocredit Scrums Across Continents

In the fall of 2015, the communication manager at Oikocredit International had heard about the use of Scrum for communication. She was eager to familiarize her team with this agile methodology to work on communication […]

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Perspectivity in Toronto

Hello, my name is Manpreet Kaur Juneja. The first time I played the Perspectivity Climate challenge in India, I spent whole evening thinking and reflecting upon my game. Although I started my game with a […]

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Interreligious dialogue in Nigeria

Fear, terror and courage are all vivid in Nigeria. A longing for peace is what drives them. One of the most inspiring training trajectories that Hanne has designed and delivered was the “Common Cause for […]

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Growing sustainable tourism in Tanzania

Perspectivity, together with Responsible Tourism Tanzania designed and facilitated a training workshop to grow sustainable tourism. The objectives were to share knowledge and experience on sustainable tourism, to have been introduced to the certification system […]

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Who is the boss in our brain?

During the latest Perspectivity event on November the 7th, Victor Lamme, a neuroscientist from the University of Amsterdam, took us on a journey into our brains. We explored the question of who the boss in […]

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Interfaith Dialogue in Practice in Nigeria

Perspectivity’s Han Verhoeven shares one of her most memorable experiences: One of my most memorable training trajectories was the interfaith dialogue training of trainers in Nigeria that I delivered with Henk van Apeldoorn. Nigeria has […]

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Perspectivity Challenges showcase

October 22 we showed the new developed Perspectivity Challenges! The challenge developers  presented the new challenges and everybody played in two demo workshops. The event also included an update about recent developments. We will aim […]

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New faces at Perspectivity Enterprise

The Perspectivity Enterprise is expanding! Three new faces have joined us since this summer and they are Cristien Temmink, Diederik Prakke and Maurice van Hoek. They bring fresh perspectives, new insights and a load of knowledge and […]

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Maria’s Internship Experience

When I joined Perspectivity as an intern in May 2015, my goal was to get more acquainted with the complexity of social issues. Through joining several Network and Enterprise meetings/events, I got a lot of […]

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U4 Academic Leadership Program

Deans and directors in the U4 Academic Leadership program met for the third time in this course. This time we spent three days in September 2015 at the historic University of Uppsala in Sweden. Quality and […]

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Perspectivity launch New Zealand

September 4-6, Festival for the Future took place in Auckland, New Zealand. Young (Social) Entrepreneurs, innovators and idealists were brought together over one weekend to explore the big issues of our time and get inspired […]

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Blog: Top 5 Tips for Female Travellers

Ever feel uncomfortable travelling alone as a woman? Is the idea of potential aggression or harassment holding you back from going on a trip by yourself? Perspectivity’s Hanne Verhoeven gives trainings about safety for female […]

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Amnesty Netherlands forwards together

After a reorganisation Amnesty Netherlands started a development process to make a fresh beginning. Hanne Verhoeven, Elien Rogaar and Michiel Damoiseaux helped shape and facilitate the process. During the development process a steering committee, from a […]

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Interns at Perspectivity: Maria

Hello everyone! My name is Maria Rast and I’ve been an Intern at Perspectivity for almost 2 months now. I think a lot of you might know me from the Perspectivity Network Events, where I’ve […]

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The Perspectivity Story of Anne

In October 2014 I started at Perspectivity as an intern. Having recently graduated in Anthropology of Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, I was looking for a place where the […]

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Scrum: Make each project a success

And become an agile organization How do you write a book with seven people? Scrum, of course – says Petra de Boer, co-author of the recently published “Scrum in action”. But what is Scrum actually […]

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Eneco – Action Café

A newspaper interview of Eneco’s CEO sparked the powerplant manager to engage his team in a strategic session. During the preparations it turned out that the power plants’ management team felt a great need to […]

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Perspectivity goes down under

Last October I facilitated a game session at the Sharing Week in Utrecht. Rachael was one of the participants, a New Zealand nurse who moved to the Netherlands. (And now co-developer of the Public Health […]

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Appreciative Country Planning GIZ Tanzania

Around 30 staff members of the German International Cooperation (GIZ) Tanzania participated in a participatory planning process. They interviewed each other about the successes of 2013 and identified the root causes of these successes. It gave […]

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Peak oil experience?

‘’Shell management firmly believes in the Perspectivity game to help Shell staff reflect on their work and business ethics’’, stated one of the organisers who had invited Felix, Sander and Henk on May 28th to […]

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Open Game July 8 in Utrecht!

Perspectivity invites you to a special experience in the field of sustainability and cooperation. A game session with a powerful debrief to gain personal experience with the challenges that involve complex social situations. Download the […]

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Scrum Embraces Change

Down the drain with the communication plan!  How often do you start making big, ambitious plans? How often do these plans lead to nothing? Down the drain with them! Scrum is a way of working […]

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Dive into sustainable business

More than thirthy participants in the AKZO Nobel Graduate Development Program played the Perspectivity game. They were hosted by Erik, Freek en Michiel. These young professionals came from all over the world to take a deep […]

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The Human Security Game

Perspectivity Enterprisers Han Rakels and Michiel Damoiseaux collaborated with the Human Security Collective (HSC) to develop a new Perspectivity Game: the Human Security Edition. HSC is a foundation with a strong background in Development, Conflict […]

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Perspectivity Network meets Knowmads

The Perspectivity Network invited Knowmads to facilitate its quarterly Network Event. In a full-day programme, four Knowmads tribe members took us through an action-learning experience to introduce us to their education philosophy. Knowmads is an […]

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Scrum Increases Team Productivity

Scrum is a smart way of organising project teams that is gaining popularity outside of IT. This week, Jeff Sutherland, founder of Scrum, presented the Dutch version of his latest book Scrum: doing twice as […]

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Open Game Session in Dublin

Perspectivity and International Futures Forum (IFF) invite you to a one-day conversational seminar exploring how we can respond creatively to complexity in post recession Ireland. Read the flyer: Complexity in Ireland Seminar

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Fresh Faces on Board!

The Board of the Perspectivity Foundation is please to welcome two new faces to take the Network further into 2015: Noor Buur en Pieter van den Wall Bake. Noor has been involved with Perspectivity for […]

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The Perspectivity story of Pieter

It was during my student days in 2009 when I learned about the existence of Perspectivity. While studying human geography – in essence, how do groups of people relate to each other (over the earth) […]

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Social Lab: Debt Relief Amsterdam

In the summer of 2014 the new city council in Amsterdam selects three issues that require accelerated actions. One of the themes is debt relief. Following the ambitions set out in two policy labs, Perspectivity […]

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Freek’s Perspectivity Story

Early February 2013 I was forwarded an invitation. No text involved, a simple forward, of an invitation to a train-the-trainer session of an NGO that, until then, I had actually never heard of… and instantly […]

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Become a Future Leader!

Are you the type of person who has the potential to make a difference in our world? Do you have the courage to be a future leader or follower who will take a different approach […]

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Engaging the Emergent at LSE

It is now five years Perspectivity has been running for the International Management at Cumberland Lodge for MSC Students from London School of Economics (LSE) with 40+ students each time. We based the design of […]

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First seminar U4 Leadership programme

The University of Groningen is hosting the first seminar of the U4 Leadership Programme 2014-2016 . The University receives these days twenty board members and directors from Universities from the European partnership U4 ( Ghent […]

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Perspectivity Game at EWAS Shanghai

Two years ago, Deepali from United Nations University had played the Perspectivity Game at one of the open game sessions in London. By chance, Deepali connected back with Dharmesh to understand if the game would […]

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Perspectivity Network Event 8 November 2014

Workshop Restorative Circles and Installing a Restorative System by Charlotte Keijzer. Working as a judge Charlotte participated for years in a justice system that strongly fixes participants to their positions like victim, defendant or plaintiff, […]

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Progress report interns at Perspectivity: Martin

Martin Aleksandrov. Communication Intern at Perspectivity Age: 22 Nationality: Bulgarian At my internship I am developing mainly my graphic design skills. Creation of promotional materials, branding a product – ‘’Perspectivity Views’’ (coming out soon), communication […]

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The world through the eyes of a child

Perspectivity consists of people dedicated to help building a sustainable society. We are convinced that with the knowledge, technology and resources available, there are fantastic opportunities for mankind to live and develop with meaning and […]

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The Perspectivity Story of Noor

It was April 2012, when Perspectivity first got to me. Unsuspectingly, I went on a corporate get-away with my FMO (the Dutch development bank) colleagues to Texel. Just for fun – which was called ‘team-building’ […]

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Perspectivity in Edinburgh

By Jovan Ridder: Two years ago, one of us attended a Perspectivity Game session in Bangalore. By chance, the impact of this session stretched all the way to Edinburgh, where a clever game one of […]

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Perspectivity Game in Tanzania

Perspectivity game played with all teachers of the International School Moshi to start the new school year. Established in 1969 to serve the needs of the expatriate and local communities, the school has grown to […]

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Train the Trainer UK 7th June 2014

The UK’s second Perspectivity Game Train the Trainer saw 11 people from various backgrounds come together to do some learning on the 7th June. They ranged from an Australian Adaptive Leadership expert to 2 students […]

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Open Game Session

Politicians and managers face difficult dilemma’s every day. Choosing between sustainable growth or short-term results. Would you like to try to stand in the shoes of a world leader and see if things could be better? […]

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Interfaith Dialogue in Nigeria

InterFaith Activity and Partnership for Peace, IFAPP, Perspectivity partner in Nigeria, has advocated strongly against the recent Boko Haram attacks on innocent civilians on a bus station and against school girls being abducted. Mallam Nuruddeen Lemu […]

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Perspectivity Game with the Cliniclowns

Pieter facilitated the Perspectivity Game with the Cliniclowns – a Dutch foundation that provides clown-services for ill and/or handicapped children. In the context of a larger organisation-wide change process, the game was played by 18 […]

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The Barometer is Taking Shape

In North-East India, the Women in Government Network are at the forefront of sharing their first results of the development of the Barometer for Women’s Peace and Security. The Barometer is a process that is […]

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Game news: Teamwerk aan de winkel

(Only Dutch) Op 11 september vond er op ROC Scalda te Vlissingen een groot Perspectivity Game event plaats. Het spel werd gespeeld in het kader van Sociale Innovatie wat onderdeel is van het Maintenance Education […]

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Brainstorming with Risk and Insurance Managers

Perspectivity assisted in facilitating creative sessions during the NARIM-congress at April 18th. NARIM is the Dutch Association for Risk and Insurance Managers. The association represents 150 small and large companies, institutions and government agencies in […]

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VWS reflects on Inspiratine process

In November, some 50 employees and clients of the Directorate for Pharmaceutical and Medical Technology reconvened for a day to reflect on the workings of “Inspiratine” – the naming of the change process for the […]

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Scrum for Productivity

Perspectivity is applying Scrum. Both for our own planning and organisation and for clients. Scrum is a product development method that has it’s roots in the Software Business. More and more development teams got frustrated […]

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Game news: Training of Trainers in India

At February 28th, Perspectivity India hosted a Train-the-Trainer session in Bangalore. 6 people dived into the gaming experience, the theory behind the game and the broader context of what Perspectivity tries to achieve. We welcome […]

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Perspectivity Training in middle of Serengeti

Last week the first module of the Perspectivity leadership training was conducted for managers from the Tanzanian Wildlife Division, Tanzanian National Park Authorities and Frankfurt Zoological Society. In order to preserve the beauty of Serengeti […]

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Maastricht Unanimous About Future

“Political Maastricht is headed united towards the future. The entire council – a rarity – endorsed the economic vision the city has outlined for the next fifteen years.” Dagblad De Limburger, Thursday, February 21, 2013 […]

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CADER Education Tour

Perspectivity developed and organised a learning program for a group of master trainers of CADER, Change Agent for Arab Development and Education Reform in Jordan. The CADER group visited the Netherlands for 10 days and […]

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Back to the Future at IKV Pax Christi

On February 4-6, 2013 Perspectivity facilitated a Future Search Conference for IKV Pax Christi, entitled “Back to the Future – our added value in peace processes and how to strengthen that”. Half a year of […]

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Reform of Yemeni Ministry

Perspectivity is involved in the reform of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Yemen. Since former president Saleh was forced to step down, reforms re-started to take shape and this is one […]

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Welcome Petra and Maarten

On the first on January two new colleagues joined Perspectivity Enterprise. We are delighted that they join the team. Each comes with complementary expertise, energy and experience. Petra has as core business: spreading positive business. […]

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Cordaid New Leadership

From 10-12 January the entire leadership of Cordaid withdrew in a retreat house in Oostvoorne. These 25 people are jointly responsible for putting the new Cordaid into business. After a tough transition period a new […]

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Care for a Common Cause

The Cordaid training Care for a Common Cause, finding a new perspective for youth engagement has been piloted in a regional conference of UNOY (United Network of Young Peacebuilders) from 2-4 December in Nairobi. It […]

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DSM plays Game with 12 tables

During the international SHE conference organised and hosted by DSM, Perspectivity was invited to facilitate the Game for 12 tables. At the end of the Game some tables were pleasantly surprised, some were wondering where […]

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Block the debate – Enter in dialogue

By Petra de Boer – In 2012, one year before I joined the Perspectivity Enterprise, I received an honorable mention in the essay competition of the Dutch National Rights Commissioner Alex Brenninkmeijer and daily newspaper NRC Next (May 2012). […]

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Solvay 4 Years Later

At the International Future Search Learning Exchange in 2011, former Solvay Pharmaceuticals head of Production and Development – Gert Wentzel – shared his reflections on the Future Search trajectory that he led in 2007. As […]

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