Rebel’s vision of transition is that the time is ripe for large-scale market changes. Both public and private parties must go along with this. They sometimes say that strange eyes compel: from an independent position, we can accelerate the transition process. That has winners and losers. Cooperation between change-minded regime players and niche players is essential for a successful transition. By working with both types of players on the new system, we get all noses in the same direction.
Rebels believe that certain transitions are necessary and, above all, possible. That is why we like to be on the barricades with the frontrunners. To then connect parties inside and outside our network and bring the story into the limelight. This is how we strive for progress, because “If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got.
A Rebel vision at every stage
Change always causes friction, as we know. Mapping all parties involved is therefore a vital aspect of transition management. It is often said that a stranger’s glance is more compelling: our independent stance enables us to speed up the transition process. There are, of course, winners and losers. Collaboration between change-minded regime players and niche players is essential for a successful transition. Involving both types of player in establishing the new system enables us to get everyone singing from the same hymn sheet.
Rebels believe that certain transitions are not only necessary, but indeed possible. We therefore prefer to be on the barricades with the frontrunners. We can then bind parties both within and beyond our network, placing the issue in the limelight. This is our means of pursuing progress, because if you do what you always did, you will get what you always got.