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Episode 8  |  33:21 min

How People Really Use Data to Make Decisions (Guest: Matt Ballantine)

Episode 8  |  33:21 min  |  07.10.2018

How People Really Use Data to Make Decisions (Guest: Matt Ballantine)

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This is a podcast episode titled, How People Really Use Data to Make Decisions (Guest: Matt Ballantine). The summary for this episode is: <p>Our guest today has had a really long relationship with technology from learning to program on a BBC Micro as a child, to designing the first full-program streaming application at BBC, to Reuters, to Microsoft, and now being his own boss. Matt Ballantine loves to talk technology - he has his own podcast WB 40 - check it out at wb40podcast.com. It was a lot of fun to pick his brain. In this episode, we talked about how people really use data to make decisions, and how innovation happens. We also talked about his cool new CIO card game.</p>

Our guest today has had a really long relationship with technology from learning to program on a BBC Micro as a child, to designing the first full-program streaming application at BBC, to Reuters, to Microsoft, and now being his own boss. Matt Ballantine loves to talk technology - he has his own podcast WB 40 - check it out at wb40podcast.com. It was a lot of fun to pick his brain. In this episode, we talked about how people really use data to make decisions, and how innovation happens. We also talked about his cool new CIO card game.

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