The work I do with organisations is focussed on the effectivity of knowledge work and (group) learning in and across organisations, as well as making sense of complex and changing environments, and intractable problems, supported by social media tools, network visualizations and Sensemaker (tm).
Currently I spend a significant amount of my time on 'open government data', both because it promises huge societal and economical potential, as well as constitutes an important and exciting change process for government organizations.
Organizations I work(ed) with:
LyondellBasell (I), Rotterdam University for Applied Sciences (NL), Dutch Ministry of Transport, Public Works, and Watermanagement (NL), Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment (NL), Novay / Telematica Institute (NL), EVD, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs (NL), Zonnehuis Group (healthcare) (NL), Delft University of Technology (NL), NIZO Food Research (NL), Proven Partners (NL), Saxion University for Applied Sciences (NL), FH Johanneum (A), Twente University (NL), Dutch Ministry for Interior Affairs (NL), Dutch Ministry for Agriculture, Nature and Fisheries (NL), Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Research (DK), Tech4i2 Ltd (UK), TOF (Federation of 10 primary schools) (NL), Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen GmbH (D), KpVV (Knowledge platform for transport and traffic policies) (NL), Waag Society (NL), MDR Partners (UK), European Commission (EU), City of Enschede (NL), City of Utrecht (NL), City of Leeuwarden (NL), ISOP GmbH - Zentrum für Basisbildung (A), Ministry for Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation (NL), World Bank Group (USA).
I also teach as a guest lecturer on knowledge management and networked working in higher ed.
Next to my work I am a board member of the FabLab Foundation Netherlands, a board member of the Dutch Foundation 'Ambtenaar 2.0' (Civil Servant 2.0, a 5500+ member community), a member of the Medinge Group, a member of the Cognitive Edge Network, and working under the TOP innosense label for complexity management projects.