Danish Ministry of Social Affairs – knowledge sharing for 16000 employees
The Danish Ministry of Social Affairs and the Municipality of Aarhus.
Added value for the customers: The assignment from the Ministry of Social Affairs and the Municipality of Aarhus was initially 'only' an evaluation of a four-year project. It was Mette
Thorsen's idea to add a best practice handbook to the project with the aim of creating a tool that can be easily used in everyday life by different groups of employees.
The handbook now forms the basis for the network meeting method that the Aarhus City Council has decided all 16000 employees in the municipality's school districts must use.
The network meeting method has subsequently also been implemented in municipalities in Sweden and Norway.
mettethorsen.com's responsibilities and services
Stakeholder management throughout the entire process, including: Steering group, schools involved, professionals and others associated with the network meeting method - from idea to completed
handbook in collaboration with TFL Project Service.
Business and idea development: The assignment from the Ministry of Social Affairs and the City of Aarhus was initially 'only' an evaluation. It was Mette Thorsen's idea to provide the project
with a best practice handbook.
Main responsible for the production of the handbook: From strategy and research, analysis and focus group interviews to text writing and quality assurance of the entire handbook.
Knowledge sharing: Lecture on and presentation of the handbook for multidisciplinary groups.