Coaching, consulting and workshops with active learning & design thinking processes.
Your purpose realised in everything you do.
Your innovation process begins by asking; what is your unique purpose? Where do you and your organistion really shine in your eco-system? Why you want to lead a change with Circular Economy innovation process. By spending time to see the current stories and sense deeper into the challenges, to see what is demonstrated in the current activities and operations of your organisation you prepare to align with your sustainable purpose before innovating the processes, the products and services.
Teams in Eco-systems
Collaborative learning in team begins by listening & sensing why they need to innovate by expressing what they see, do, feel, reflect and influence in their current ways of working. Identifying the pains, gains and wasted assets as well as ways they are awesome in their areas of work. Zooming out they may see how their insights are part of wider system challenges with system mapping and storytelling from each perspective to build insights. The innovation process is adapted as team active learning adventures and will use whatever methods, tools and regular outputting materials are needed to build resonance in their context. The work process builds the creative leadership potential of individuals and the responsiveness and resilence of the larger context at once.
People & Process
The innovation team includes through dialogues, people throughout the company who are committed and energiezed to be part of solutions. Shifting to Circular Business models and inclusive innovation are ways to practice and share learning with short innovation cycle and impact measurements built right into the process. There are over 100 Swiss companies moving to circular business models in many sectors with fresh products that show circularity builds market resilience and collaborative eco-systems. It begins with opennes and curiousity.
Keith Riggs offers consulting and workshops for teams to design opportunities in the circular economy focusing on the main areas of; business integrity building, systems thinking – material flow analysis,...
from: https://fr.tradeshift.com/circular-economy/ We live in complexity. All around us are utility systems, logistic systems, value systems and relationship-referencing systems. Daily we navigate these systems easily based on our experience, emotional...
Systematic change opens in deep dialogues of present context and assumptions of determined meansing and limitations. With opening and clarifying our roles and participation we find the essence of how he challenges are in us. When the essential relationships and resources are found then stories are shared and design thinking methodolgy ensures many ways to discover and then refine several solutions. With research and briefings, moxUps and presentations the context, cases, and possibilities open for systemic ways to work across and vertically in organizations.
for the Circular Economy
Trainer – Facilitator
Workshop Leader Circular Design-Systems Thinking Humanity Centered Design Open Social Innovation Eco-Product Design + Prototyping
Keith Riggs | N 079 506 6484 | email@example.com