In episode 11 we speak with Dr Elaine Kasket who tells stories about the impact of the digital age on how we live and how we die, and helps others write and speak powerfully about what matters to them.
She is the author of a fascinating book on the subject “All the Ghosts in the Machine” which I had the pleasure of reading ahead of our recording.
In this podcast you will also learn
· The ethics and privacy of family letters· The laws of data ownership· The deceased's right to privacy· Why you need a digital will· The need for a Facebook Legacy Contact· The legal issues around legacy contacts· Your digital afterlife on other platforms· Context collapse and personal brand· Eulogy for a digital stranger· The DeathTech space· Are you ready for your own digital afterlife?· 3 tips to get your digital life in order
In Episode 10 we speak with Lauren Walker, who is the Chief Operating Data Officer in EMEA for leading agency Dentsu Aegis.
Lauren joined the group in 2017 from IBM and leads a team of more than 600 people across operations, market research, social science, digital and data science, and engineering.
She spent a decade at IBM with a raft of senior roles - most recently head of data strategy partnerships for Europe.
Lauren was also director of competitive strategy at Choicepoint, now part of LexisNexis, and spent two years as a special advisor to the Director of the White House in Washington DC.In this fascinating podcast we covered the world of data and looked at what's next.Disclaimer: Lauren's comments are her own and not that of her employer.
He is active in a number of local and global efforts to help people do more online, including the Fintech Delivery Panel, the Open Banking Excellence where he is Co-founder and Trust In Digital Life.
As one of the first to call for Open Banking in the UK, James has a wealth of experience in this space. Having previously built a personal finance management and aggregation service, he has a unique perspective that highlights the importance of customer convenience in the overall success and adoption of Open Banking. Among other things we discussed:
In Episode 8 we speak with Dr. Lynn Gribble, who is one of Australia’s founding coaches, an accidental academic and an award-winning author and university lecturer.She’s known as a digital innovator for her work in technology enabled academia and she calls herself a “pragmatic futurist coach”. She also helps people to “future proof” their careers in an ever-evolving workplace.We spoke with Lynn from Sydney, Australia where she lives and works.We discussed a range of topics relevant to companies of any size including:
In Episode 7 we speak with Pitching expert hopwood.com/">Peter Hopwood and answer the question “What’s the Future of … Pitching for Success?”Peter is a communications and presence coach, public speaking and pitch trainer and conference host.We spoke with Peter from Croatia where he lives and works.We discussed a range of topics relevant to companies of any size including:
In Episode 6 we speak with the CEO of Integral Communications Group Ethan McCarty and answer the question “What’s the Future of … Employee Communication?”A former journalist, Ethan joined IBM in early 2000 to manage the web presence for IBM’s $6 billion a year research division, he also co-authored their groundbreaking blogging guidelines, launched IBM’s intranet podcasting platform and worked on IBM’s award-winning annual report to shareholders.
He is now the CEO of Integral Communications Group, a consulting firm specializing in employee activation, as well as a masters-level lecturer on digital media and employee communications for Columbia University.We spoke to Ethan from New York where he lives and works.We discussed a range of topics relevant to companies of any size including:
In Episode 5 we speak with Digital Strategist Tiffany St James and answer the question “What’s the Future of … Digital Transformation?”
Tiffany is the former Head of Public Participation for the UK Government and an Executive Director of the British Interactive Media Association.
She embeds digital and social media capability into national and international organisations and governments, and speaks worldwide on social media, digital strategy, women in tech and tech innovation.
We discussed a range of topics relevant to companies of any size including:
In Episode 4 we speak with Dom Price, Work Futurist at Australian Unicorn Atlassian and answer the question “What’s the Future of … Work?”This special episode was recorded live in front of an audience at Australia House in London during Tech Week, hosted by australia-2019.html">The Australia United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce where we discussed a range of topics relevant to companies of any size including:
In Episode 3 we speak with James Poulter, the co-founder of Voice Agency Vixen Labs and answer the question “What’s the Future of … Voice?”.
In this show we covered a range of topics including:
In Episode 2 we speak with Minter Dial about the future of AI and Ethics and answer the question “What’s the Future of … AI Ethics?”.
In this show we covered a range of topics:
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