CONNECTED. ALIGNED. RESPONSIVE. It’s what we do and how we do it at beanmachine. Thriving organizations are connected and responsive. They align internal strengths with external challenges and focus on what creates true value. Beanmachine designs the machinery and provides the mechanics to have deep interaction on what truly matters. It’s all there… we’ll make it grow!

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The Mechanics

We master the science of dealing with human energy and forces and their effect on the organization. We work the people and the mechanics to make you and your business grow.

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The Machinery

It’s a tool Jim, but not as you know it. We tailor the essential tools and surveys to support your growth. We’re the new kids on the block providing a refreshing approach for some of your ‘old school tools and surveys’.

Recent projects

The team behind the machine

Bart Van Langendonck

Bart Van Langendonck

bean mechanic

Hans Donckers

Hans Donckers

bean mechanic

Jan Bal

Jan Bal

bean mechanic

Frédéric Williquet

Frédéric Williquet

bean mechanic

Koen De Valck

Koen De Valck

bean mechanic

Ive Van der Auweraert

Ive Van der Auweraert

bean mechanic

Rob Leurs

Rob Leurs

bean mechanic

Katrien Van Rossom

Katrien Van Rossom

bean mechanic

Kim Berckmans

Kim Berckmans

bean counter

Geert Geens

Geert Geens

bean mechanic

Gunter Loos

Gunter Loos

bean mechanic

Catherine Tackoen

Catherine Tackoen

bean mechanic

Takis Issaris

Takis Issaris

bean IT wizard

Joeri Bollaerts

Joeri Bollaerts

graphic designer

We’ve bean there

  • dialogue starter: Zeeland, re-inventing organizations and onsite mechanics

    Rob Leurs
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starter: marathon, cycling and bottles of wine under 7€

    Koen De Valck
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: surveys and skeenmachine

    Bart Van Langendonck
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: Theo Maassen, bamboo and his forehand

    Joeri Bollaerts
    graphic designer
  • dialogue starters: Raketkanon and Django

    Takis Issaris
    web developer
  • dialogue starters: Vietnam and the gin in gin tonic

    Katrien Van Rossom
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: Business model you and parental leave

    Ive Van der Auweraert
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: Start-ups, smart working and good food

    Nathalie Surmont
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: Wirerarchy, Vespa’s and Paris

    Frederic Williquet
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: mountainbiking, Sinutab and tall people

    Jan Bal
    bean mechanic
  • dialogue starters: coffee roasting, Socrates and campfires

    dialogue killers: silly rules and E-cigarettes

    Hans Donckers
    bean mechanic
  • Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.

    Frank Zappa
    musician
  • The illiterate of the 21ste century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.

    Alvin Toffler
  • “What counts is, … making the ordinary, extraordinary”

    Ricky Gervais
    Funny man
  • Culture emerges when people start making sense together. And when culture and strategy start reinforcing each other, that’s when the magic happens. Organizations come to us to feed and facilitate the sensemaking dialogue. We love doing it, and we love it when our customers reap the benefits from it.

    Hans Donckers
  • Organizations ask us to help them to create more common understanding, more connection. In their search for common ground, they tend to forget they’re standing on it. We want to re-establish that.

    Jan Bal
  • The purpose of visualization is insight, not pictures.

    Ben Shneiderman
    Informatic
  • Visualizations act as a campfire around which we gather to tell stories.

    Al Shalloway
  • The goal is to turn data into information, and information into insight.
    Carly Fiorina