• Start dates

    Spring 2024

  • Duration

    5 days

  • Language


  • Format

    In person

Get a holistic, interdisciplinary and collaborative view on the complexity and dynamics of the Energy Transition. Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM), TU Delft and DRIFT partnered to offer you an intense, high-paced and interactive week. Gain the knowledge, skills and network to challenge your mindset to become a change agent in the Energy Transition. Move your organisation forward and motivate your team to successfully reach your Energy Transition goals.

Executive education students in classroom.

For whom

Explore if this course is for you

Your roles

  • Manager or professional in the energy industry
  • Manager or professional in an NGO or governmental institution

Your challenges

  • You feel stuck in the Energy Transition
  • Accelerating transformation with various tools and different perspectives
  • Striving to become a force for positive change in the Energy Transition

Admission requirements*

  • 5 – 10 years of working experience in large- or medium-sized enterprise
  • Decision-making power in your organisation
  • You work in an NGO/governmental institution related to the Energy Transition

*Your application will be final once we have informed you, based on the intake call, that your application has been accepted. If you don’t meet the admission requirements, but want to deepen your understanding of innovation, we advise you to look at our Innovation Management programme instead. 

Value for you and your company

By participating in this programme you will:

  • understand and embrace the challenges of the Energy Transition
  • recognise and appreciate the impact of the Energy Transition on your industry, ecosystem partners and your organisation now and in the future
  • gain the skills and mindset to become a change agent in the Energy Transition
  • create a clear business case and a compelling story for your own Energy Transition goals
  • convince your stakeholders of the benefits and necessity of the Energy Transition
  • advance your Energy Transition initiatives to the next level
  • implement impactful change within your organisation and ecosystem
  • apply the latest transition management tools and techniques to accelerate the Energy Transition
  • create and maintain a rewarding and extensive network of like-minded change agents.

One-week intense programme

Work in groups on complex Energy Transition challenges

Obtain practical and immediately applicable tools & frameworks

Join a community of change agents, and expand your network

Read what previous participants say about this programme

Martin Prowse

Evaluation Specialist at Independent Evaluation Unit | Green Climate Fund

“The programme surpassed my expectations with its carefully curated set of activities that stretched us and drew out how, as committed global citizens, we can contribute to the system-wide changes we need to make. This programme supports my ongoing evaluative and analytical work to steer the Green Climate Fund towards meeting the challenges of funding and designing investments for paradigm shifts and transitions across energy, building, industry and transport systems – alongside harnessing the potential of ecosystem-based approaches. 

The course encouraged all of us participants to commit to our climate values – we can all learn from each other and contribute to solving the climate crisis.”

More information

Programme dates

Programme is expected to run again in Spring 2024. Please contact our programme advisor Malou Kroezen for more information.

Programme fee

More information to be confirmed. 

A programme for your entire team

 All our short courses can also be delivered as personalised in-company training to groups of employees from the same organisation. This enables us to develop a course that focuses on your organisation’s own situation and issues.

Partners in educating the change agents of the Energy Transition

Malou Kroezen

Programme Director

We've just succesfully launched a first run of this programme, and are currently working on the planning for the next sessions. Please reach our for more information.