Sustainable project management brings Circular Economy to life

Since the start of proSense we have been concerned with bringing sustainable strategies to life. Many of these new ways of working and thinking mean a change for the organization. This is especially relevant for changes towards circular economy solutions. After all, the entire changeover does not happen overnight, but in several steps. Almost all areas of the company are affected and must be involved.

Why is the Common Good attitude so important for Circular Economy?

When we read about and deal with circular economy and circulation approaches in general, one point quickly becomes clear. A “closed loop” solution for a company that tries to recycle its own products and materials over and over again will hardly lead to success. After all, keeping the entire circular value creation under control is too much for the organisation. However, I often find that the need for intensive cooperation and collaboration with the partners within this value chain also overwhelms many companies.

Workshop on the Circular Economy Toolkit with Design Austria

On Wednesday we held the workshop for the Circular Economy Club for the second time, this time together with the Experts Cluster Sustainable Design of Design Austria. And the mix of the group of designers, people from industry and NGOs, service providers and consultants brought many exciting insights. The aim was not only to learn about best practices, but also to deal with the various fields of circularity for concrete challenges and to discover possibilities for rethinking.