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Figure 5: The Cynefin Company; https://thecynefin.co/ about-us/ about-cynefin-framework/
Figure 6: adapted by Sarkar and Kotler (no date) from Rittel and Webber (1973)
Figure 7: adapted from Impact Innovation
Figure 8: United Nations
Figure 9: The Welsh Government; Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.; https://gov.wales/ well-being-future-generations-visual-toolkit
Figure 10: Welsh Government 2019, Crown Copyright; https://www.futuregenerations.wales/ wp-content/ uploads/ 2019/ 07/ Wales-_-SDGs-_-VNR-_-Supplementary-Report-for-Wales-_-Version-10.1-Final-w-cover-ENG.pdf
Figure 11: from World Resources Institute and World Business Council for Sustainable Development, September 2011
Figure 12: adapted from: https://www.researchgate.net/ figure/ The-interconnection-of-the-elements-of-the-Triple-Bottom-Line-concept_fig1_329185478httpshttps://creativecommons.org/ licenses/ by/ 4.0/
Figure 13: Office for National Statistics; https://www.ons.gov.uk/ employmentandlabourmarket/ peopleinwork/ employmentandemployeetypes/ articles/ businessandindividualattitudestowardsthefutureofhomeworkinguk/ apriltomay2021
Figure 14: Professor A. Felstead, ‘Outlining the contours of the ‘Great Homeworking Experiment’ and its implications for Wales’
Figure 15: courtesy of Corporate Research Forum
Figure 17: courtesy of Jacob Morgan, © Chess Media Group
Figure 18: from: A Rural Vision for Wales: The Evidence Report; Written by Michael Woods with Jesse Heley, Helen Howells and Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins, Aberystwyth University; CC-BY-NC
Figures 19 and 20: adapted from Understanding Organisations, Charles Handy, Penguin book, 4th ed, 1993
Figure 22: adapted from World of Work Project: https://worldofwork.io/ 2019/ 07/ the-burke-litwin-organizational-change-framework/
Figures 23 and 24: The Financial Times: https://www.ft.com/ content/ 5ed49b8a-6c69-418c-9a26-7f43a99b1d1f
Figures 25 and 26: from McKinsey and Company; https://www.mckinsey.com/ business-functions/ strategy-and-corporate-finance/ our-insights/ how-covid-19-has-pushed-companies-over-the-technology-tipping-point-and-transformed-business-forever
Figure 27: Boston Consulting Group
Figure 28: from: Consider the Three Ds When Talking about Digital Transformation; Betsy Reinitz, June 1, 2020, Educause
Figure 29: adapted from 2022 Workplace Learning Report, The Transformation of L&D Learning leads the way through the Great Reshuffle; Linkedin Learning
Figure 30: adapted from: Workforce planning practice; Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 2022,
Figure 31: Smartboost
Figure 32: from: A Deeper Dive into LEGO Bricks and Data Stories; Brent Dykes
Table 3: Future Generations Commissioner for Wales; https://www.futuregenerations.wales/ about-us/ future-generations-act/
Activity 13: Video; Why GQ is the kind of intelligence we all need; Poornima Luthra; TEDxTalks; CC BY -- NC -- ND 4.0 International
Inclusion considerations for females section: Video; Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals: The Gender Snapshot 2021, United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) and United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), Statistics Division, 2021.
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