Welcome to the Transitions Hub learning material database

Why a database?

The nature of systems, system innovation and transitions is complex and individual. There is no “one size fits all” blueprint approach to solve a particular challenge, as for example the transition of a mobility system in a city or the innovation of a value chain in a production process. For this reason, this database is designed to

  • Allow you to pick out the material that is most suitable and useful to the context you are working in
  • Encourage you as trainers and coaches to recombine the material for customizing and fitting the training you are delivering to an organisation, company, group or team as much as possible
  • Adapt, extend and develop the approaches we propose according to your context and experience

We are truly interested in your thoughts, experience and stories from applying the Transitions Hub in practice. We believe that we can learn from the richness of the community of trainers and coaches to improve what we have, and to co-create with you out there. Please feel free to provide your feedback, and get in touch with us!

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Overview of the material

Here you can find out more about the learning material.

General information - What is this learning material about?

The material in this database is meant to provide a resource to you as a trainer or coach to support your courses on facilitation, management of multi-functional teams or complex stakeholder environments. The database will be growing as we are testing and validating new methods and tools. The material currently available relates to:

  • Stakeholder management,
  • Multi-level perspective,
  • Visioning and backcasting and
  • Niche management.

The learning approach we aim at fostering through making these tools available, is based on the assertion “learning by doing through the application of tools to the users' cases".