About OOTF

Pillars

The Organisation Of The Future is based on 5 substantive pillars. We consider these as the five first domains in which we can make a difference together. And they can be supplemented from practice in the future:

Pillar 1: inspired work

More and more organisations are searching for ‘the why’ behind their activities. With their ‘purpose’ (or broader purpose), they connect with both their employees, as well as their consumers and brands. But what about the personal ‘why’ of all those who work within the organisation? And how do they ‘match’ these with the common goal? These are questions that are addressed within this pillar.

Pillar 2: always your whole self

The workplace is a wonderful learning environment where everyone can discover and develop countless possibilities. And yet we often do not let any facette of ourselves show. How can we also become more human at work? And thereby carry out our job even better and with more satisfaction? The Organisation Of The Future has a holistic view of each individual, with his/her talents and limitations, with his/her bright and dark sides. There is no border between who you are at home, and who you are at work.

Pillar 3: power and confidence

Everyone agrees that the way to the Organisation Of The Future will not run top-down. But we are all trying to find out how it will run instead. How can business leaders learn to let go and give trust, and how can employees learn to fully take on their responsibility, so that they grow together to form a new, more organic structure? For the Organisation Of The Future, every person must be able to be trusted and to develop trust in order to use his/her talent and strengths. So that he/she can take full responsibility as the co-creator of the organisation in which he/she is active.

Pillar 4: real partnership

We live in a challenging global web of possibilities in which connections and friends smile at you from all over the world. At the same time, the demand for peace and quiet and real contact has never seemed to be so great. What is the added value of real connection? And how do we develop this with partners, other companies and the world? In a safe and familiar context, the Organisation Of The Future establishes a deep human connection between peers, in which, without taboos and with great respect, the space in which to truly get to know and support each other is created.

Pillar 5: the energy of money

It is simultaneously the greatest taboo and the greatest driver in every work context: money. What is the significance and the role of money? Do we value its importance or not quite? Are there other ways of dealing with it, and is this necessary? The Organisation Of The Future looks at money as being the result of its activities, rather than as an objective. Every cent represents an energy that needs to be able to flow in a balanced way: to the management, to the employees, to the shareholders, to society.

Pijlers

The Organisation Of The Future is based on 5 substantive pillars. We consider these as the five first domains in which we can make a difference together. And they can be supplemented from practice in the future:

Pillar 1 : inspired work

More and more organisations are searching for ‘the why’ behind their activities. With their ‘purpose’ (or broader purpose), they connect with both their employees, as well as their consumers and brands. But what about the personal ‘why’ of all those who work within the organisation? And how do they ‘match’ these with the common goal? These are questions that are addressed within this pillar.

Pillar 2: always your whole self

The workplace is a wonderful learning environment where everyone can discover and develop countless possibilities. And yet we often do not let any facette of ourselves show. How can we also become more human at work? And thereby carry out our job even better and with more satisfaction? The Organisation Of The Future has a holistic view of each individual, with his/her talents and limitations, with his/her bright and dark sides. There is no border between who you are at home, and who you are at work.

Pillar 3 : power and confidence

Everyone agrees that the way to the Organisation Of The Future will not run top-down. But we are all trying to find out how it will run instead. How can business leaders learn to let go and give trust, and how can employees learn to fully take on their responsibility, so that they grow together to form a new, more organic structure? For the Organisation Of The Future, every person must be able to be trusted and to develop trust in order to use his/her talent and strengths. So that he/she can take full responsibility as the co-creator of the organisation in which he/she is active.

Pillar 4 : real partnership

We live in a challenging global web of possibilities in which connections and friends smile at you from all over the world. At the same time, the demand for peace and quiet and real contact has never seemed to be so great. What is the added value of real connection? And how do we develop this with partners, other companies and the world? In a safe and familiar context, the Organisation Of The Future establishes a deep human connection between peers, in which, without taboos and with great respect, the space in which to truly get to know and support each other is created.

Pillar 5 : the energy of money

It is simultaneously the greatest taboo and the greatest driver in every work context: money. What is the significance and the role of money? Do we value its importance or not quite? Are there other ways of dealing with it, and is this necessary? The Organisation Of The Future looks at money as being the result of its activities, rather than as an objective. Every cent represents an energy that needs to be able to flow in a balanced way: to the management, to the employees, to the shareholders, to society.