“Tinkering”. This term probably evokes all kinds of associations. You have a goal in mind, but you don’t know exactly how to get there. It is a process of trial and error, and making choices and decisions. Often the wrong ones, but sometimes also choices and decisions that work out great. There is also something exciting about “Tinkering”, it energizes people. Pretty much the same as with the circular economy and sustainable development. You may know in what direction you want your organization to move, but you have no idea how to shape this process. This book provides some reflection and action tools. But before you can start working on that, you first need to know what you are talking about and why you should start focusing on sustainable development and the circular economy. You might say that the goal of this book is to inspire to have impact.
|Translated title of the contribution||Prutsenderwijs Duurzaam Presteren: Over het Wat, Waarom en Hoe van Duurzame Ontwikkeling en de Circulaire Economie|
|Place of Publication||Raalte|
|Number of pages||203|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Aug 2020|
- sustainable development
- circular economy
- new business models
- sustainability strategy
- sustainability performance
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