Join us on Future Fridays!

Welcome to our Future Friday series: our open platform for talks, discussions and experimentation on new innovations for education, research and entrepreneurship. 

Every Friday afternoon, we welcome teachers, researchers, social innovators, students and other curious minds to our Future Friday sessions at Wijnhaven in The Hague. The purpose of these afternoons is to meet new people, work on ideas together and expand our (and your!) network. 

Twice a year, we also host a FutureFriday+ series, during which we invite thought leaders and experts in their field to talk about new trends and technologies as well as showcase and test their work. These talks are based around three overarching themes: innovating digital learning, using tech to create social impact and improving innovation skills for professionals and students. 

In addition to asking internal and external partners to share their work and ideas with the audience, Future Friday is also a platform where we present and test Centre for Innovation's showcases and concepts, to encourage discussion and participation.

 
PROGRAMME

Future Friday will continue in January 2018, with our first session starting on 19 January 2018.

The first FutureFriday+ event, about using new technologies in the classroom, will be held on 26 January 2018.


REGISTRATION

Future Friday has an open door policy and everyone is welcome to join. Please let us know that you're coming by registering using the button below.

Register here

What: Future Friday

Where: Inspiration Lab at Wijnhaven, Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DP in Den Haag

When: every Friday from 1pm-5pm

We look forward to meeting you at Future Friday!

 
DOWNLOADS

On 27 October, Mirko Kleiner gave a talk on Agile @ procurement: what businesses can learn from startups. You can download Mirko’s lean procurement canvas template and his presentation below. For more information, please visit the Lean Agile Procurement website.

Lean Procurement Canvas

Mirko Kleiner's Presentation

 

On 24 November, Jana Wendler and Sybille Lammes led an interactive workshop on Playfields, an innovative digital app for playful field research methods.

Playfield's Manifesto