Feedback Fika: A Visual Assessment of Sustainability
Are you a sustainable organization? How do you know? Learn how to make sense of complexities in your sustainability journey
During this lunch session, you will be introduced to a new sustainability tool from the EU. This tool aims to make it easier for people to understand what lies beneath the word “sustainability”.
Being an organization that strives towards becoming sustainable from economical, social and environmental perspectives is important for many. But what does it mean to be sustainable? There are many aspects that are relevant to the idea and aspiration of sustainability.
In this session, we will walk you through the Social Economy Canvas that is a visual sense making tool. It is a tool for entrepreneurs, agencies, and policymakers, and is used to assess an organization’s degree or maturity of sustainability. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to test and perform a self-assessment of your own.
This session is designed to test and evaluate the Social Economy Canvas, so discussions and experiences will feed back into the working group to improve the canvas and address underlying questions.
The series of events will be lead by Anders W. Tell, the CEO and Founder of WorkEm Toolsmiths.
Anders W. Tell is an experienced advisor and facilitator with a background working on all levels from UN, EU, international and national agencies to small scale entrepreneurs. He specialises in helping people untangle and make sense of complexities in their sustainability journeys, business and digital transformations, and sustainable supply chains.
These events highlight how the unique Interweaving method can be used to grow peoples knowledge towards their own desired maturity. Anders is involved in the group improving the Social Economy Canvas.
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