Did you know that only 25% of the innovations that succeed in the Netherlands are determined by R&D investments and 75% by social innovation? Research* shows us that technological innovation may be good for the creation of knowledge, but its rapid and good deployment and use requires social innovation and skills.
*This session was originally planned for 15 July but due to rising number of positive COVID-19 tests, the session will be postponed to 14 October*
Instead of informing you with another presentation about what it means and how it works, we give you the opportunity to really learn by doing. In a serious game by Perspectivity you will work together with a team on sustainability and climate goals and experience the need for soft skills. You will be confronted with the crucial trade-off between long-term sustainability and short-term economic growth; how are we going to deal with this complex situation?
We need a minimum of 12 people to play the game and a maximum of 30 people to play at its best.
The event will be organized live at Buccaneer Delft.
*Volberda, H., Jansen, J., Tempelaar, M., & Heij, K. (2011). Monitoren van sociale innovatie: slimmer werken, dynamisch managen en flexibel organiseren. Tijdschrift voor HRM, 1, 85-110
15:30 – 15:40 Word of welcome by Maritime Delta
15:40 – 16:00 Introduction in the serious game by Perspectivity and the need for social skills
16:00 – 17:30 Serious Game: The Climate Challenge
17:30 – 18:00 Recap and closure
18:00 – 18:30 Networking drinks