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As of today, organisational advice agency, Berenschot, has combined all knowledge and services regarding benchmarks in the Berenschot Benchmark Institute. The objective of benchmarking - measuring, comparing and improving performance - is to help organisations improve their operations.
Commissioned by the Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management (I&W), Berenschot investigated the effectiveness and efficiency of the public transport and rail policy for the 2013-2017 period. Although partial results have already been recorded on many separate components, Berenschot is making several recommendations to improve the measurability of results.
Residual heat from data centres can play an important role in CO2 reduction in the built environment. 410 kton in CO2 reduction is possible. That is 12% of the Climate Round Table Built Environment challenge. These were the findings of precise research conducted by Berenschot and IF Technology.
HR technology can help the organisation stay flexible and improve the employee experience. But HR generally lags behind in competencies and knowledge of digitisation in their own field. This became apparent from research conducted this year for the second consecutive year by Berenschot in collaboration with CHRO Community.
Hydrogen for heat networks offers perspectives and, in favourable situations, can already make a sustainable contribution to the energy supply. This applies to heat networks close to current hydrogen pipelines, based on an input with ‘blue’ hydrogen made from methane in combination with CO2 capture and storage.
Following the success of the three previous benchmarks, Berenschot is organising another Communications Benchmark. The objective is to continue to follow developments in and around communications departments. Interested organisations can register to participate until the end of December.
Integrated CO2 reduction through sustainable heat and a mix of electrons and molecules
The best way to enhance the blockchain ecosystem in the Utrecht region is a roadmap that involves working on concrete blockchain projects. This approach enables involved parties to discover, experiment, apply blockchain and to scale this up. This is the finding from a Berenschot report commissioned by Stichting Economic Board Utrecht (EBU).
Effective 5 September, the Berenschot Academy, in which Berenschot translates its knowledge and experience into training programmes and makes these openly available, will open its doors. This means that all professionals, in the public as well as private sectors, can now register for training programmes, courses and master classes.
In January 2018 eleven companies started two seamlessly aligned Joint Innovation Programs (JIPs). The goal of these JIPs is to develop a guideline and accompanying economic model to print qualified, functional metal production (spare) parts, to be used in the Oil, Gas and Maritime industries.