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The Digital:Transformation Approach created by Dr Hannah Rudman has been the core of £3.7m worth of national Digital Transformation programmes – for example, AmbITion Scotland. It has also been licensed by global technology solutions and consulting companies.

The Approach uniquely blends creative practices, design thinking, and participatory action research together with user-focussed information systems, and is an academically verified and internationally renowned framework for Digital Transformation. It comes from Hannah Rudman’s  background of digital transformation consultancy, innovative technology development, and creative practice, and is underpinned by Hannah’s academic research.

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Best Research Paper 2020, ISC2021 & Agrimetrics

By Dr Hannah Rudman on 14 Dec 2020

Impact in academia is deemed by the UKRI as a “demonstrable contribution that excellent social and economic research makes in shifting understanding and advancing scientific method, theory and application across and within disciplines.” Using participatory action research (PAR) is a method for achieving impact whilst research and development is ongoing, and my last journal paper has just been awarded Best Research Paper 2020 in The JBBA’s Blockchain in the Humanities, Social Sciences or Public Good category.

SRUC Senior Challenge Research Fellowship

By Dr Hannah Rudman on 4 Aug 2020

Dr Hannah Rudman has just joined SRUC.

Reality DLT: 2019

By Dr Hannah Rudman on 2 Jan 2020

Wallet.Services’ Strategic Transformation Director Dr Hannah Rudman reviews 2019 – a year in which Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) proved they could enable real and measurable citizen and business value. She highlights how our SICCAR platform has created reality DLT networks, working with increased efficiency, trust, transparency and cybersecurity in the public and private sectors. 

The Oil and Gas sector (O&G)  ranks last of all industries in digital maturity (Deloitte’s study also noted that the industry loses $1.6 trillion in revenue by “failing to fully embrace digital”). However, a study conducted by the World Economic Forum concluded “digital transformation” in O&G had a total value of $1.6 trillion and could expand to $2.5 trillion if “existing organisational/operational constraints are relaxed” and “futuristic” technologies are embraced. 

In 2019, Wallet.Services’ DLT Project Book network, a North Sea consortium supported by OGTC, committed to proving the digital transformation value of DLT.

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