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Management Methods                                                                                 < Previous page        Next page >

The main Management Methods designed by Roorda are shown on this page. They are all scientifically validated; and they are applied by companies & NGOs, by universities & schools, and by individual professionals. Several of them have been used hundreds of times in many countries on four continents.

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Future Focused Entrepreneurship

FFEA: The details

The FFEA Extensions

The FFEA system, currently only available in Dutch, is a strategic instrument for all kinds of organizations to discover if they are prepared for the future - and if not, how to increase the chances for survival.


This method is also called "The Seven Competences for Sustainable Develop-ment". It is applied as an instrument for professional development and HRM.

Universities and Colleges apply RESFIA+D for the (re)development of competence profiles and curricula of BSc and MSc programs.

More detailed information about FFEA  is available here. You will learn about its structure and about the way in which it it is applied.


A method for Universities and Colleges

The "Assessment Instrument for Sustainability in Higher Education" is used as a strategic method for the implementation of SD.
It may be considered as the educational variant of TGO. It is available in several languages, e.g. English and Dutch.

Roorda developed many smaller tools, such as: scans, workshops, forums, serious (computer) games.
They can be used separately. FFEA offers a good way to discover which of them are suitable in a given context.

 SD Curriculum Scan

A method for Universities and Colleges

The Scan is a method that maps the SD contents of a study program in a systematic way. As a result, not only the contents but also their relations become visible structurally, and "white spots" are discovered, as a first step towards curriculum improvements.

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