Ditching Default Thinking.


Modernising and maximising the workplace for all.

Within computing, the definition of default is a setting or option that a computer uses if you do not choose a different one.  The overall default setting or option which our workplaces have had historically is the locally based male, aged mid-twenties to mid-sixties. But now a different setting and option must be actively chosen in our workplace, products and concepts to modernise and maximise the workforce in order to welcome and adapt to the current diversity. We ar in the midst of three main shifts and they all call for ditching default thinking.


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