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Unusual suspects

Since 2016 we’ve brought you a wonderful selection of guests talking about all sorts of subjects. Here they all are in chronological order…

Lewis Richards talks about building digital skill in organisational leaders.

Mark Chillingworth talks about the current state of the world of the CIO.

Ian Cohen talks about being socially-connected CIO.

Katrina Collier talks about social networking and technologist recruitment.

Pat Lynes talks about establishing a new model for consultancy.

Kylie Fowler talks about the world of software licensing.

Tony Harper talks about technology apprenticeships.

Andrew Larking talks about the world of digital agencies and how they work with clients.

John Ennew talks about the world of digital agencies and how they work with clients.

Nicole Antonio-Gadson talks about bringing creativity to the world of HR.

Richard Braithwaite talks about making sense of the world of IoT.

Kate Bevan talks about then then upcoming world of GDPR.

Zoe Kleinman talks about the world of technology journalism.

Vanja Vulic talks about technology innovation in organisations.

Sally Henderson talks about the challenges of leadership.

Andy Beaumont talks about establishing a technology business to do good in the world.

Matt Desmier talks about Silicon Beach.

Dave Birss talks about the highlights of Silicon Beach 2017.

Simon Morrisey talks about the legal challenges of the then upcoming GDPR.

Richard Blandford talks about the world of being a CIO.

Kim Van Rooyen talks about the challenges of being a CIO.

Marcus John Henry Brown talks about bringing performance art to business events.

Hilary Gallo talks about power and negotiation.

Mark Aikman talks about being a CIO in the year 2020 (back in 2017).

Emma Bearman talks about bringing play to the masses.

Natalia Talkowska talks about the power of drawing.

Paul Armstrong talks about disruptive technologies.

Lucy George talks about the challenges of internal and external communication.

Christian Beedgen talks about the challenges of monitoring and managing systems at scale.

Charlotte Jee talks about making technology events more representative.

Hilary Gallo talks about hacking fear.

Ina Yulo talks about content marketing.

Dave Rogers talks about technology in Government.

Tom Geraghty talks about DevOps.

Patrick McFadin talks about containerisation.

Ed Gillespie talks about sustainable development goals.

Mark Hankin talks about technology recruitment.

Rachel Murphy talks about setting up a technology consulting firm focused on the healthcare industry.

Charles Joel talks about the maturing of IoT.

Neil Usher talks about the modern workplace.

Nancy Doyle talks about neurodiversity.

Stephen Galsworthy talks about the data associated with IoT.

Wiktor Schmidt talks about setting up a remote-first software development company.

Simon Hayward talks about agile leadership.

Tony Harper talks about technology apprenticeships.

Simon White talks about a tool to help think around problems.

Hilary Sutcliffe talks about getting non-technologists involved in technology decisions and strategy.

Rick Nucci talk about empowering people through AI.

Mark Aikman talks about software development.

Ben Schein talks about data curiosity.

Simon Minty talks about using humour to get serious points across.

Ben Newton talks about his podcast series Masters of Data.

Adam Billing talks about design thinking in distributed organisations.

Steve Chapman talks about making organisations wonky.

Kylie Fowler talks about licensing in the Cloud.

Mark Wilson talks about modern systems integrators.

Tracy Keogh talks about her venture to help establish remote working communities in rural locations.

Heather Delaney talks about startups using crowdfunding.

Menno van Doorn talks about the Synthetic Generation.

Jude Jennison talks about management and leadership developme

Darren Timmins talks about the politics of data.

Sedge Beswick talks about influencer marketing.

Laura Paterson talks about managing subscriber data.

Rina Atienza talks about building games.

Lynette Nusbacher talks about building games.

Jim Wallman talks about building games.

Steve Brown talks about gender balance in tech.

Girish Mathruboothram talks about customer engagement and starting up a tech business in India.

Ian Dudley talks about being a CIO.

Avril Chester talks about building a social enterprise.

Caroline Carruthers talks about data maturity.

Peter Jackson talks about data maturity.

Sophie Smallwood talks about job sharing.

Phil Murphy talks about fire safety.

Jeremy Hollow talks about social listening.

Doug Shaw talks about being a consulting artist.

Amy Golding talks about diversity in STEM.

Jason Murphy talks about IoT at scale.

Mike Ames talks about business networking.

Tobias Kormind talks about selling luxury goods online.

Jonathan Lacefield talks about graph databases.

Tim Hall talks about time series databases.

Jamie Bartlett talks about the mysterious world of OneCoin.

Ed Holroyd-Pearce talks about virtual internships.

Sharon o’Dea talks about the modern workplace.

Nathan Young talks about the tech involved in elections.

Lisa Talia Moretti talks about digital sociology.

David Done talks about housing.

Peter Kappus talks about OKRs.

Alex Wrottesley talks about Geospatial data.

Euan Semple talks about social networking and the experience of driving a truck.

Malcolm Ballantine talks about remote working technology in the 1980s.

John Willshire talks about playing cards.

Steve Price talks about a designers approach to home schooling.

Lisa Talia Moretti talks about the workplace impact of lockdown.

Shereen Daniels talks about modern HR.

Dave Coplin talks about the future.

David Ivell talks about using Minecraft to build engineering skills in the young.

Amanda Brock talks about Open Source in the UK.

Kursty Groves talks about workplaces.

David o’Coimin talks about workplaces.

Sharon o’Dea talks about ducks on wheels.

Paul Smith talks about being a CIO in a charity.

Phil Murphy talks about fire safety.

Tom Geraghty talks about psychological safety.

Naomi Oiku talks about getting started in the world of media.

Hannah-Mae Graham talks about getting started in the world of media.

Jordan Scudder talks about getting started in the world of media.

Pete Trainor talks about conversational UI and HealthTech.

Dave Rogers talks about Toxic IT.

Wendy Kendall talks about the future of learning the ropes.

Tom Cheesewright talks about the future of learning the ropes.

Steve Chapman talks about his project The Sound of Silence.

Edafe Onerhime talks about data.

Amy Kean talks about the culture of agencies.

Emily Middleton talks about digital transformation in developing economies.

Michelle Minnikin talks about Work Pirates.

Mark Aikman talks about Transformation.

Liz Stokoe talks about the science of conversation.

Sarah Weller about setting up a new business in the midst of a pandemic.

Jemma Jackson about setting up a new business in the midst of a pandemic.

Mel Ross talks about adaptive leadership.

Richard Sage talks about how to IT strategy

Roland Harwood talks about liminality.

Julia Hobsbawm talks about the broader impact of the pandemic on the future of work.

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