organizing complex decision-making
Organizing complex decision-making
We have the role of the “trusted third party” and “sharpener” in this type of process; we design the process, make the ground rules about participation, information provision and decision-making, and are there for all parties. We untangle the tangle in assignments where many parties with divergent interests have to find a solution together. From genuine interest in the problems, motives and interests of those involved, we ensure that they have confidence in the path we follow together and the place each party has in that path. We organize the complex content and organize a process using a well-prepared dialogue. Content and creative and productive forms of work. We ensure shared understanding so that people speak the same language and acceptance arises. Whether public-public or public-private. We work together on supported decision-making.
We have an eye for all ‘stakeholders’. Just think of the cooperation that needs to be established for the energy transition. In this context, for example, Rebel supervises the process of creating the Regional Energy and Climate Strategy (REKS) in the Heart of Brabant. A project in which very many stakeholders and different governments, each with their interests, must find an approach together for an issue that affects people. People do not want to decide about windmills in their backyard or about a heat transition that will cost citizens money anyway. That is what we find a nice challenge. Where stakeholders must switch from policy to implementation, that is where Rebel’s strength lies.