Creativity allows organisations and individuals to find their niches and thrive in the world. The Ethics Lab, via S23M, invites you to discover deeper forms of collaboration by transitioning from the information age to the knowledge age.

1. Learning as a Service

Four or more Open Space workshops per year, to power a continuous SECI (socialisation, externalisation, combination, internalisation) knowledge creation spiral that breaks through the barriers of established silos and management structures

2. Neurodiversity as a Service

Access to creative neurodivergent minds, to question implicit assumptions and to overcome cultural inertia and bias against creativity

3. Thinking Tools as a Service

Access to the MODA + MODE repository of knowledge, and via inquiries to our team, access to our collective tacit knowledge from working with more than 100 organisations, as a foundation for critical thinking and creative experimentation

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