NTE 2017 | Five year anniversary
Traineeships are offered in all sorts of forms, shapes and sizes nowadays. The objective? To train and develop the young and talented new bright minds to become a top specialist and/or top manager. In these programs trainees are usually thrown in the deep end with, on a regular basis, off-the-job training they reflect and develop skills. It is in this fashion that we challenge upcoming trainees in your organization to participate in this year’s edition of the National Trainee Event.
National Trainee Event | 10 november 2017
In the fifth edition of the National Trainee Event we will focus on the Next Economy. It is a buzzword and represents almost all of the challenges that need to be addressed to become a future-proof society and economy. Developments, such as the Internet of Things, Big Data and Circular Economy, are affecting an economic transition. Subsequently, this has an affect on our society and the organisation you work for and how problems are addressed and ultimately solved. Consequently, what kind of skills do you need to deal with these transitions and what kind of leadership is required from you and your organisation? In other words, how can we, together, establish true leadership for impact?
CONCEPT PROGRAM | 10 november 2017
09.45 Welcome (With Founders of NTE)
10.00 Keynote Muriël Thijssen (Director DSM Fit)
Leading by example, people management, stakeholder management, drive high engagement, continuous improvement and a clear policy for the next years aiming; Sustainable employability = COMMON SENSE!
10.30 Introduction Next Economy cases
Traineeship for (societal) Impact
Justin Junier of SuperHelden challenges you to develop the perfect traineeship for Impact. Match the expectations with the reality. Read more about the context of the challenge.
The Netherlands is a dense-populated delta where living, working, mobility, nature and recreation should go without heavy environmental pollution or poor air quality. How does the Circular Economy get shape?
How should we deal with the amount of plastics going into our ecosystems?
Future of Food
Coffee waste can be a gold mine as a raw material for various products such as oyster mushrooms, in addition 3D Printed meals are getting better and easier to make. What does the future of food production look like?
10.45 Coffee Break
11.00 Workshop Ideation & CASE WORK TIME
12.30 Lunch and Networking
13.30 Keynote: Next Economy Skills
14.00 Workshop: Design Thinking
14.00 CASE WORK TIME
15.00 Pitch Principles
15.15 Connecting the Dots: Pitch Preparation
- Leadership skills and content merge here before the pitch battle.
15.30 Round 1: Free for all marketplace (best 2 selected per case)
16.15 Get In The Ring Pitch Battles | FInal
17.00 Networking Drinks and five year anniversary party