Responsible Innovation

Showing organisations how to build technology that supports the best interests of people, communities and planet.

Doteveryone wants responsible technology to become standard business practice.

Our 2019 research of UK tech workers reveals deep concern within the industry about ethical practice. It also showed a clear desire for more time and resources to consider the unintended consequences of the products and services they’re making.

To meet this clear demand for practical resources to help tech workers consider the impact of what they make, we’ve developed a new set of methods and resources to help businesses put responsibility at the heart of their business planning, design thinking and project management, in TECHTRANSFORMED.

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