The Learning Nuggets Company has been selected as one of the companies featured in the historic book while celebrating 300 years of Leadership and Innovation in the UK.
On September 22nd of this year, The Learning Nuggets Company Ltd, one of Ghana’s early digital learning companies, participated in the celebration of 300 Years of Innovation & Leadership at Westminster Abbey in the United Kingdom.
A commemorative album commissioned by the House of Lords and Parliament titled: ‘300 Years of Leadership and Innovation’, celebrating progress across the social, cultural, political, technological, and commercial spheres in the UK and Britain was launched.
The Learning Nuggets Company was featured under the chapter on Education and Creative Minds. Volume 2 also celebrates The Queen’s life’s work and the work of other innovative female leaders.
The Founder and CEO of the Learning Nuggets Company Diana Dwamena, in elation, stated that: “Our 14 years experience in the digital learning space has seen us contributing to the largest intergovernmental organisations in the world, the regional political and economic union in West Africa, educational institutions and businesses”.
“As a specialist digital learning service provider that supports organisations in developing the competencies and skills of their workforce, we cover digital learning optimisation strategies, access, content, and services to ensure organisations have the right skills required and improved learning outcomes for better performance,” she stated.
Celebrating the best of British leadership, 300 Years of Leadership and Innovation features expertly written articles on those who have shaped British society, past and present; from Walpole to Cromwell, Churchill to Blair, The Queen and Prince Charles to captains of industry.
Produced in partnership with leading publisher St James’s House and written by an editorial team of distinguished academics and award-winning authors, this beautifully designed, fully illustrated, 600+ page hardback publication is launched to coincide with the 300th anniversary of the appointment of Britain’s first prime minister, Robert Walpole, in 1721, and in the year of Her Majesty The Queen’s 95th birthday.