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Putting Digital Ethics on the Map

By Dr Hannah Rudman
25 February 2017

I’ve been thinking and writing recently about digital ethics, considering whether we are putting technology infrastructure ahead of people and society. Its a challenging conversation that academia has engaged with, but that has previously been missing from Digital Transformation and  IT professional practice. Technology itself currently has little ethics or empathy – people become numbers, algorithms […]

Augmenting the reality of your brand’s social agency

By Dr Hannah Rudman
3 August 2016

In commentating in the Sunday Herald earlier this week on the meteoric international uptake of Niantic’s Pokémon GO app, I predicted that next for augmented reality (AR) would be apps that make virtual communication a little more real. I drew the analogy of R2D2’s playing of Princess Leia’s plea for help to Luke and C3P0 in […]

A framework for the transformation of the creative industries in a digital age

By Dr Hannah Rudman
24 June 2015

From 2011 – 2015, Hannah undertook PhD research at the Institute for Informatics and Digital Innovation at Edinburgh Napier University’s School of Computing. The doctoral research studied the concepts, methodologies, and tools of The AmbITion Approach, and validated it as a framework for business transformation of the creative industries in a digital age. Hannah has […]

Scottish Sculpture Workshop use AmbITion Approach for digital transformation

By Dr Hannah Rudman
27 March 2015

Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is a rurally based artist residency centre. Offering workshop facilities, technical expertise and curatorial support, the programme supports hundreds of artists every year. Alongside this SSW runs a series of curatorial enquiries, focusing on landscape, craft, material and the commons. SSW has undergone significant change over the last five years, from […]

Digital Changes Everything

By Dr Hannah Rudman
5 February 2015

Last year I was invited to address Scotland’s national conference for microenterprises – Small is Beautiful. You can watch my talk “It’s Easy Being Green (with digital)” opposite. Related to that, I’m on the panel at the 2020 Climate Group event Digital Changes Everything on 16th February, 5pm at St. Paul’s & St. George’s Church, […]

Interview on Climate Justice – with Lady Susan Rice, MD Lloyds Banking Group

By Dr Hannah Rudman
25 September 2014

On behalf of The 2020 Climate Group (@2020climategrp), it was a real privilege for me to interview Lady Susan Rice, of Lloyds Banking Group, about the importance of ‪#‎climatejustice‬ and what the Lloyds Banking Group is doing internally around reducing business travel. She speaks also about how the group is helping client businesses to make […]

claimexpenses.com – a Sustainable AmbITion case study

By Dr Hannah Rudman
22 August 2014

This case study from Hannah’s AmbITion Scotland programme reveals Creative Carbon Scotland‘s digital development claimexpenses.com. The tool was developed with support from Sustainable AmbITion, a fund which was secured by Envirodigital from Creative Scotland for AmbITion Scotland and focussed on utilising digital technologies for better environmental sustainability. Reflecting on the development of claimexpenses.com, users from Festivals […]

claimexpenses.com – a Sustainable AmbITion case study

By Dr Hannah Rudman
22 May 2014

This case study supported by AmbITion Scotland reveals Creative Carbon Scotland‘s digital development claimexpenses.com. The tool was developed with support from Sustainable AmbITion, a fund which focussed on utilising digital technologies for better environmental sustainability. Reflecting on the development of claimexpenses.com, users from Festivals Edinburgh and the Edinburgh International Festival, as well as the tool’s creators Creative […]

Uist Wool – from The AmbITion Approach to building the strategy

By Dr Hannah Rudman
1 May 2014

Uist Wool is a community benefit society that will operate a new spinning mill and wool centre on the island of Grimsay. Uist Wool is based on the principles of People, Planet, Profit: seeking to benefit the many, establishing sustainable practices and creating a viable enterprise to support the communities of the Outer Hebrides. They […]

Building the digital infrastructure for Uist Wool

By Dana MacPhee
30 April 2014

Following the strategic digital development of Uist Wool via the undertaking of The AmbITion Approach, Uist Wool tells the story of how the digital infrastructure, business models and  communications have been built at the same time as the mill and centre being built on Grimsay: You can listen to their earlier experience of undertaking The […]

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