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From Pivot to Purpose

From Pivot to Purpose

A recorded talk for Edgehill University (UK) as part of their Solstice 2020 conference. Recording here: https://figshare.edgehill.ac.uk/articles/presentation/From_Pivot_to_Purpose/12459716

Simon Thomson

July 07, 2020

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