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Artificial intelligence is a tremendously beneficial technology that's advancing at an incredibly rapid pace. As more and more organisations adopt and implement AI we find that the main challenges are not in the technology itself but in the human side, ie: the approaches, chosen problems and what's called 'the last mile', etc. That's why Data Futurology focuses on the leadership side of AI and how to get the most value from it. Join me, Felipe Flores, a Data Science executive with almost 20 ...
 
Tired of entrenched view tribalism and binary debates? A psychologist, a philosopher, and an anthropologist walk into a podcast to air out some echo chambers, and try and a fresh perspective on the most controversial political, social and psychological debates. It's not about Left vs. Right, Us Vs. Them or Good vs. Evil. It's all about dialogue and beyond binary thinking!
 
London-based International Keynote Speaker and Actionable Futurist Andrew Grill looks at what's new and what's next, providing practical and actionable advice in each episode, where he is joined by global experts to talk about the near-term future. A futurist for over 35 years, Andrew will help you and your business stay ahead of the curve. Find out more at https://ActionableFuturist.com
 
Join Gerhard and Pete as they sit down to talk about topics ranging from culture, technology, product design, startups and life in the digital age, whilst they try to maintain some sort of credibility. Drinks will be drunk, long-distance bromance will be maintained and who knows, you might learn something from it. Website: https://www.teamfuturish.com/ www.teamfuturish.com
 
This award-winning series explores The Future of Everything. What can we expect of next week, next year, next century? What will we eat, drive, wear, live in, vote for, want to buy, and want to avoid? What mistakes of the past will we make again, and which ones have we learned from? From the next tick of the clock to the ultimate end of the universe, every subject is fair game. Composed of interviews and essays, it's hosted by the author and futurist Stephen Euin Cobb. Guests include: famous ...
 
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If you are trying to choose what skills you should build as part of your career, no single answer fits everyone. It depends on your strengths and ambitions. Your strengths are the things you are naturally good at. If you're not sure what your strengths are, then think about the things that people come and ask you about. When someone asks you how yo…
 
People with disabilities represent 15% of the global population but are often left out of diversity initiatives, programs, surveys, and even basic conversations about workplace inclusion. Recent research from Global Disability inclusion and Mercer on the engagement gap of employees with disabilities shows a difference in some areas of up to 13% low…
 
German Political Analyst and Strategist Marc Saxer bring his experience in Asia and a unique perspective on how to transform Western politics. If Neo-Liberalism is dying, why has the Left failed to capitalize on it? How can climate change activism become more effective? We get into Identity Politics, the Culture Wars, and why polarized activism get…
 
For many employers, the move to virtual recruitment processes was an unplanned one. Eighteen months from the initial shock, though, long-term benefits are emerging, and it is clear that the recruiting process is evolving permanently and irreversibly. It is essential that talent acquisition professionals understand this change and support it with te…
 
In part 2 of our interview with Abhi Seth, he tells us that part of his role is to really drive scale for analytics across the ten businesses within TE. We learn how the adoption of analytics is enabled throughout the organization and a big component of that is driving, understanding and building capability within the Centre of Excellence (COE). He…
 
With external talent shortages set to become the long term trend, many employers have to evolve their talent strategies to ensure they have the skills to be competitive. Reskilling, focused redeployment, and talent marketplaces are vital parts of this, so what is it that employers should be doing to make sure they are set up for the future? My gues…
 
Abhi Seth started his journey as an industrial engineer which he describes as his passion, and then found his way into research. His PhD is in mechanical engineering, and human-computer interactions, which he says was kind of a double major PhD. Abhi started working with virtual reality applications for mechanical engineering and says back then it …
 
One of the topics I get asked to cover frequently is the growth of the corporate executive recruiting function. So with that in mind, I've partnered with ESIX, The Executive Search Information Exchange, to bring you a series of three interviews exploring the key trends and issues in corporate executive recruiting. In the previous two episodes, we l…
 
In part two of the Ultimate Uplevel for Business-focused Data Professionals, with Lillian Pierson, we learn about her data action strategy plan. She created a data evaluation use case workbox with 31 use cases broken down by industry and function and tells us that if you are innovative then it's actually everything you could possibly need. You don'…
 
This podcast was originally recorded and aired in November of 2018. “The Promise of Autonomous Vehicles is Great.”–Dan Lipinski “My opinion is that it’s a bridge too far to go to fully autonomous vehicles.”–Elon Musk http://www.andertoons.com There’s no shortage of opinions on the viability of self-driving cars. Be you a bull or a bear, though, the…
 
One of the topics I get asked to cover frequently is the growth of the corporate executive recruiting function. So with that in mind, I've partnered with ESIX, The Executive Search Information Exchange, to bring you a series of three interviews exploring the key trends and issues in corporate executive recruiting. In episode 363, we talked about th…
 
We are joined by Lillian Pierson, a very well-known figure in the data space. She started her own business as a data consultant around 2013 and eventually started helping others become better data leaders and entrepreneurs. Currently, she has helped train and educate over a million data professionals! Lillian is not only a great data business mento…
 
One of the topics I get asked to cover frequently is the growth of the corporate executive recruiting function. So with that in mind, I've partnered with ESIX, The Executive Search Information Exchange, to bring you a series of three interviews exploring the key trends and issues in corporate executive recruiting. In the first interview of the seri…
 
I'm publishing this episode the week of Women in Engineering Day. Skill shortages in STEM professions continue to be a big problem for many employers, and diversity is also a significant issue. However, research shows that there is a diverse and highly qualified workforce of STEM professionals who are currently struggling to return to work after a …
 
In part 2 of this episode, Nitish shares his thoughts on how to ensure that the data scientists expertise are well utilized. He says their key metric last year for the entire team was to hit exactly one number - 100 active users for their data platform with only 50 data scientists! He also says organizations should focus on enabling self service ac…
 
The corporate focus on Talent Acquisition is significant at the moment as companies across the world deal with the challenges of getting the right talent into their organisations. But what strategies do talent acquisition leaders need to successfully scale their recruiting operations at a time of such significant transformation? My guest this week …
 
Back in April, I ran a live podcast conference on the future of talent acquisition in partnership with the team at TA Tech. We had ten excellent speakers across five topic sessions, and I'm delighted to be able to bring you the content to you as a series of podcasts. I've released these every Friday for the last few weeks and really hope you have b…
 
The impact of the pandemic means that in 18 months, we've moved from discussing theories around the future of work to debating the practicalities. Fully remote, fully back in the office, hybrid working, the discussion and the publicity around the decisions companies make will dominate the HR news cycle for months if not years to come. One of the ke…
 
There is currently much debate and discussion about the talent shortages a number of markets across the world are currently experiencing. There is a lot of focus on the issues caused by the pandemic, but it is important to remember that a lot of the challenges talent acquisition teams are facing are part of existing long term trends that the pandem…
 
When Global Head of Engineering, Nitish Mathew looks back at his journey over the last four years with Afterpay, he describes it as a phenomenal ride and a tremendous learning journey. They have had to reinvent themselves three times in a very real way, getting rid of their first and second platform and building with the view of not assuming that t…
 
Back in April, I ran a live podcast conference on the future of talent acquisition in partnership with the team at TA Tech. We had ten excellent speakers across five topic sessions, and I'm delighted to now be able to bring you the content to you as a series of podcasts. I'm releasing these every Friday for the next few weeks, so if you don't want …
 
We discuss the need to avoid religious dogma on the path to enlightenment and Nirvana. A fascinating exploration of Buddhism from two perspectives often presented as conflicting opposites. What does Buddhism have to teach us about history, philosophy, our reality, history, and ourselves. Hear more from Brenton here: https://linktr.ee/BrentonLengel…
 
In Part two of this episode, Nonna talks about the role culture plays in a data-driven organization and the importance of role accountability and the support of leadership. One of the things that Nonna strongly subscribes to is the RMIT vision to support their students in every possible way including a new initiative called the Data Innovation Hub …
 
As digital transformation accelerates even faster, the market for data analysts, data scientists and data engineers continues to grow exponentially. So how do employers make sense of this talent market to hire the right skills for their business, and can data science be applied to the process itself to drive better outcomes? My guest this week is T…
 
Born in Moscow Russia, Nonna got her first degree in Engineering but after emigrating to Australia, soon realised there were few engineering jobs around. Nonna says she had no choice but to do more study and decided on a master’s degree in project management from RMIT. Nonna has spent the last two years at RMIT building a data and governance strate…
 
Back in April, I ran a live podcast conference on the future of talent acquisition in partnership with the team at TA Tech. We had ten excellent speakers across five topic sessions, and I'm delighted to now be able to bring you the content to you as a series of podcasts. I'm releasing these every Friday for the next few weeks, so if you don't want …
 
The idea of a TA Tech stack has gone mainstream very quickly. It makes perfect sense as employers look to have fit for purpose technology to support all elements of their talent acquisition strategy. While integration is a lot easier than it was a few years ago, there are still significant challenges that TA leaders need to understand and prepare f…
 
Building and engaging with talent pipelines has been something we have been discussing for years, but it has always surprised that there are so few employers who do it well and even fewer that do it over extended periods. Technology, recruiting and communication have evolved significantly over the last two years, opening up opportunities for compan…
 
In Part 2 of getting to know Felipe Flores, Felipe answers questions on what types of environments and challenges keep him energised, where he sees the data science industry heading in the next few years, and how job seekers can de-risk decision making for their potential employers. Felipe talks about: Using data to improve Data Futurology The gap …
 
On this episode of the podcast, we spoke with Mark Schaefer, someone I’ve known for nearly a decade. We first met in 2012 after he published the best selling book “Return on Influence” while I was the CEO of influencer platform Kred. He’s also the author of the world's best-selling book on Twitter, The Tao of Twitter, as well as a raft of other boo…
 
Back in April, I ran a live podcast conference on the future of talent acquisition in partnership with the team at TA Tech. We had ten excellent speakers across five topic sessions, and I'm delighted to now be able to bring you the content to you as a series of podcasts. I'm releasing these every Friday for the next few weeks, so if you don't want …
 
In part one of this special episode, Felipe reflects on the path his career has taken from his first start-up company to how he started Data Futurology and to his latest role in Healthcare. In this open and honest conversation, he reveals the mistakes he made along the way and the lessons he learned from those failures. Successful people do have st…
 
There is currently daily speculation about what the future of work will now look like and how employees might be feeling about it. Rather than trading in speculation and assumptions, I wanted to bring you some proper data to help us find out what is actually happening. With that in mind, my guest this week is Jon Wilson, CEO of Totaljobs. Every yea…
 
The last 12 months have been transformational for recruiting technology, with both employers and vendors having to adapt very quickly to the new market realities. So what does the technology landscape now look like in talent acquisition, what are the key trends and what do we need to keep an eye for the future. My guest this week is David Wilson, C…
 
Back in April, I ran a live podcast conference on the future of talent acquisition in partnership with the team at TA Tech. We had ten excellent speakers across five topic sessions, and I'm delighted to now be able to bring the content to you as a series of podcasts. I'll be releasing these every Friday for the next five weeks, so if you don't want…
 
Virtual communication has been the mainstay for all of us for nearly 18 months now. As employers consider how they will work post-pandemic, the debate about what stays virtual in the future is going to dominate the next few months. There is always lots of discussion about the negative aspects of endless Zoom or Teams calls, but what would we lose i…
 
The challenges for recruiting in hospitality at the moment are unprecedented both in the US and the UK. The jobs market has inverted, and there are currently many more roles than there are people searching for jobs. The extent of this imbalance has taken the industry by surprise and put many companies on the back foot and struggling to reopen fully…
 
This podcast originally ran in June of 2018. Seeking Delphi(tm)will return from hiatus with new material next month. “I can’t imagine a future without robots.”–Nolan Bushnell http://www.andertoons.com In the popular HBO series Westworld, robotic hosts are depicted as being placed into a kind of psychiatric analysis by their creators. Could this act…
 
Pieter Vorster is the GM CSR & Chief Data Analytics Officer at Commonwealth Bank, one of the largest companies in Australia. He is an internationally recognized leader in the data analytics space with over 20 years of experience in industries like retail, wealth, corporate and investment banking, financial services, insurance, etc. In this episode,…
 
Feminists often assume you’re either with them, or you're wrong, and IMHO this is a a big reason why many fail to be persuasive. However, Becs, my favorite and most charming Feminist friend was willing to come on for another round, and persuade me otherwise. At the halfway point, we get into INCELs, and true and false claims of sexual harassment, a…
 
In this episode, we spoke to Bret Greenstein who is Global Head of AI & Analytics for leading consulting firm Cognizant. Brett leads Cognizant’s Global Data Practice, focused on helping Chief Data Officers transform their businesses through Data Modernization. Prior to this, Bret lead IBM Watson’s Internet of Things Offerings, establishing new IoT …
 
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