“ Penguins cannot fly, scientifically proven, although they are birds. And people, who are scientifically proven and are certainly not birds, perhaps strange birds, can fly. ”
Why people fly and penguins not, how to realize real change: Colonel Mario Verbeek at TEDxRoermond.
What makes change really successful, what is real change? In general, there are plenty of change initiatives around us and they succeed each other faster than day and night. The actual realization of all these changes often remains omitted. The people that undergo or see these changes from up close often think (partially from a protection point of view, but often also as a prophecy) “it’ll blow over.” However, it are these preconditions, these elements that realize real change. In my talk I will give you a medicine with a smile. Through pictures I will let you find a way to effectively change your organization, your team, your project or even (if you want) your life.
Kolonel Mario Verbeek is Hoofd Logistiek op het Logistiek Centrum Woensdrecht van de Koninklijke Luchtmacht. Het Logistiek Centrum Woensdrecht is verantwoordelijk voor de totale supply chain en het hoger vliegtuig-/helicopteronderhoud van de Koninklijke Luchtmacht. Een van de taken van Kolonel Mario Verbeek is het (her)inrichten van de logistieke keten van de Nederlandse Luchtmacht. Kolonel Mario Verbeek studeerde Industrial Logistics & Engineering in Eindhoven en bestuurskunde in Den Haag.
Colonel Mario Verbeek works as Head of Logistics at the Logistics Center Woensdrecht of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. The Logistics Centre Woensdrecht is responsible for the total supply chain and higher aircraft /helicopter maintenance repair & overhaul (MRO) and mission support systems of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. One of Col. Mario Verbeek’s tasks is to (re) design the Air Force logistics chain and its organizational form and substance. Col. Mario Verbeek studied Industrial Logistics & Engineering in Eindhoven and Public Administration at the Dutch School for Public Administration in The Hague.