Women’s History Month: Sister Mary Kenneth Keller

Women’s History Month: Sister Mary Kenneth Keller

Sister Mary Kenneth Keller was an American nun, educator and pioneer in computer science. She was involved in the development of the BASIC computer programming language and was the first American woman to earn a PhD in computer science. Keller entered the Sisters of...
Unboxing Wellbeing

Unboxing Wellbeing

Since 2018, we’ve been working closely with our ambitious client New Horizons to launch unboxd, the world’s first Wellbeing Enterprise Lab. The bold and urgent mission of the lab is to incubate and accelerate startups and businesses focused on enhancing people’s...
Old People Shouldn’t Vote

Old People Shouldn’t Vote

Over the last few weeks youth around the world have been well and truly stepping up to the plate: making their voices heard and making a visceral call to older generations to consider their future. Whether it was the climate change demonstrations, or Eggboi’s one-man...
Women’s History Month: Karen Spärck Jones

Women’s History Month: Karen Spärck Jones

Karen Spӓrck Jones was a British computer scientist who specialised in natural language processing and information retrieval. Her work on information retrieval is still used today and provides the foundation for how search engines supply us with relevant information....
Purpose to Priority

Purpose to Priority

New Handbook outlines a practical 4-hour workshop to get your business from identifying its purpose to determining the priorities for action. Purpose-driven organisations can create positive value that is far greater than the sum of their parts; the potential to...

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