Yolk, Over Ons

The story
of Yolk

Yolk initiates change within organisations

In these times of growing complexity, organisations and their leaders are expected to be more resilient and more agile. The old solutions no longer work. We get closely involved in the process with our customers. We connect people within the the organisation, create new networks and apply relevant solutions.

We shape the change in an integral approach with interventions in a range of areas. We get the relevant people involved and accelerate the change with a positive perspective and surprising communications

Since 2003

Yolk, concepts of engagement. Focus on socially responsible business. Director and producer of large-scale programmes with a social impact in the financial and logistics sector.

Since 2005

We get further involved in organisations' search for meaningful work and we first get acquainted with New Ways of Working. We are successful in the Netherlands, Scandinavia, France, Luxemburg and Belgium.

Since 2010

We specialise further in leadership, culture and behaviour, change, acceleration and activation. For organisations that anticipate the fundamental changes occurring at this time.

Yolk works for


Accon avm – Athlon- APG – Belfius – BETC – De Efteling – De Lage Landen – De Nederlandsche Bank – Dudok Wonen – Europese Investeringsbank – Heineken International – FGH Bank – Flora Holland – ING – Kluwer – KRO – Provincie Gelderland – Provincie Noord-Holland – Politie Antwerpen – Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu – Ministerie van Economische Zaken – Gemeente Almelo – Gemeente Ede – Gemeente Haarlemmermeer – Gemeente Heerlen – Gemeente Leiden – Gemeente Utrecht – Gemeente Venlo – Nederlandse Beroepsorganisatie van Accountants – Nutreco – NS  – Obvion – Politie Antwerpen – Provincie Gelderland – Raad voor de Kinderbescherming – Rabobank – Rijksacademie voor Financiële, Economie en Bedrijfsvoering – Robeco – Rubicon Jeugdzorg – Securex – SD Worx – Smals – SNS Bank – Universiteit Groningen – Universiteit Wageningen – Vakmedianet – Van In – Vrije Universiteit