Formats & Meetings for fresh perspectives

CURRENT PROJECTS

Some projects we are currently working on:

STEDELIJK 125 JAAR – DESIGN THINKING STRATEGY
> Advice, process management and Recipe for the Future
The contemporary museum of art in Amsterdam has set the ambition to include all staff members in proactively creating the program for their 125 year jubilee. Cornelis will advise the management team on how to involve everyone in a so called co-create trajectory. In diverse Townhall Meetings en Design Thinking Sessions ideas will be further developed.

NEW FACES: TOOLKIT FOR AN INNOVATIVE STAFFING POLICY
To inspire and encourage European festivals, such as Into The Great Wide Open and Oerol, to include newcomers in their staffing policy, Cornelis is developing a toolkit named ‘New Faces’; an instruction manual full of knowledge, tips and hands on information.
This project is created in the context of Leeuwarden-Fryslan Culturele Hoofdstad 2018 en ism iepenUP, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen en Innofest.

LET’S TALK & PLAY
> Event & R
ecipe for the Future
The Fund for Cultural Participation wants to bring together all subsidized institutions to stimulate mutual exchange of information and networking. Cornelis will organize ‘Pingpong sessions’, where 65 experts in subsidized initiatives will pingpong together and talk about current issues in this field, their own expertise, making offs and honest inside looks.

A-Z NIGHTS – CREATIVE MEETUPS
> Event
During the year of 2017, as was requested by Culturalplatform Design, Z33,  Architectuurwijzer, PXL MAD School of Arts, Luca School of Arts and UHasselt, Cornelis will look after informational & inspirational sessions that deal with questions about the artistic making practice of designers, architects and artists.

LAUNCH ZORGINNOCATIEFONS (CARE INNOVATION FUND) MUNICIPALITY BUNNIK
> Event
The municipality of Bunnik is launching a care innovation fund to stimulate innovation in the social domain. We are composing the program of the launch with a keynote speaker and inspirational pitches. The local care innovation fund is one of the results of the Zorginnovatietraject (care innovation trail) we facilitated in 2017. At the basis of this is a Recipe for the Future for enhancement of connections in informal & formal care.

A FEW PROJECTS WE RECENTLY COMPLETED:

CREATING THE CITY DINER – UTRECHT
> Event and Recipe for the Future
Utrecht Marketing and its stakeholders want to promote Utrecht as the innovative and creative city it is.  Cornelis will develop a new edition of ‘Flip the Conference’ for their first ‘Create the City Dinner’, the theme will be: city development. 150 entrepeneurs and organisations from Utrecht will attend the conference, they will brainstorm about this all-round and ever-present subject

CINEKID FOR PROFESSIONALS – HOW DO YOU DO
> Event & advice
During the annual film-, television- and mediafestival for kids ‘Cinekid’ , they present a new side project Cinekid for professionals; a seminarprogram for mediaprofessionals. Cornelis gives advice to the organization on how to develop an interactive program for professionals with all kind of backgrounds. There will be a special How Do You Do edition with themes such as Screen Disrupters, Where is the audience en Fiction vs. Non Fiction.

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT GUIDING LIGHTYEAR
> Process guidance & Recipe for the Future
Lightyear is a new Dutch car brand that will launch an electric family-car in 2019. The model is solely charged by solar power stimulated by solar panels integrated in the car itself. Based on design thinking techniques we will guide the startup to make well-thought-out choices concerning storytelling and concept development in collaboration with the stakeholders.

TEDx AMSTERDAM
> Event
We like to focus on the top of the bill and keep track off international inspirators, this is why we are part of the program team of TEDx Amsterdam.

TRAINING PROGRAM ‘CREATIVE CONCEPTING PROCESSES’ TU DELFT
> Process guidance & Recipe for the Future
Within the organization of TU Delft concepts and programs are regularly being developed in which different team members each play a different role. Cornelis Serveert guides the organization to evolve content-wise when it comes to these concepts and the needed commitment. We offer a training program in which the development process is being unraveled by looking at current TU-cases, this way the team can make the right choices and steps for the future.

DEVELOPMENT OF VISION BELASTINGDIENST ACADEMIE
(DUTCH TAX AND CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION ACADEMY)
> Process guidance & Recipe for the Future
The Belastingdienst Academie is instructed to support 30.000 employees in their learning and development. Accents moved to Leven Lang Leren (a life long of learning), ownership, digital learning-environment and personalized learning. Cornelis guides the Belastingdienst Academie with enquiring commitment and input from different layers of the organisation and supportings the management-team in translating the input into a clear vision.

TRANSITION RESULT-DRIVEN TEAM FONTYS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
> Process guidance & Recipe for the Future
In September 2019 Fontys Mechanical Engineering will be transformed into an organization structure that consists of Result-driven Teams. Cornelis Serveert developed and facilitated the multiple-day kick-off trail for the teachers team of fifty. The aim was to collectively gain insights on the transition and constructively translate it to the day-to-day practice together. This resulted in a Recipe for the Future consisting of shared ambitions and a concrete action-plan.

INNOVATION-TRAIL MUSEUM BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN DEPOT
> Process guidance & Recipe for the Future
In 2020 Museum Boijmans van Beuningen will open the first public depot in the world. This public depot shall  be housed in a promising architectural masterpiece and brings new challenges along in the field op wayfinding & visitor guidance. Cornelis Serveert facilitates the trial in which the museum in cooperation with a wide variety of experts will develop a cutting edge strategy.

21CENTURY SKILLS @ TU DELFT
> Process guidance 

TU Delft is doing research about how engineers of the future will be able to familiarise with 21st century skills. Cornelis will manage a project focused on entrepreneurship and showing initiative on campus. Here students, employees and other stakeholders will collectively map their ambitions and opportunities and translate this into tangible plans. From dreaming, to boldness, to doing. This results in ready to produce formats & recommendations.

BLUE JAY – FIRST DOMESTIC DRONE
> Process guidance

Team Blue Jay: founded by young engineers associated with TU Eindhoven, they developed the first self-governing drones that were used in households. Cornelis supports these developments by creating formats that can be used when the direction in which they’re headed needs a reset  (360 stakeholder sessions) and when input and possibilities of future users (the first dorne-cafe) is needed.