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Attend any conference for any topic and you will hear people saying after that the best and most informative discussions happened in the bar after the show. Read any business magazine and you will find an article saying something along the lines of "Business Analytics is the hottest job category out there, and there is a significant lack of people, process and best practice." In this case the conference was eMetrics, the bar was….multiple, and the attendees were Michael Helbling, Tim Wilson ...
 
The Tablo Podcast is hosted by rapper, writer, luminary, dad, and guru Tablo of Epik High. This K-pop Asian dad will have people laughing their butts off with his unique brand of dark humor, tearing up with heartfelt stories, learning valuable life lessons, geeking out over geek-worthy subject matter, and tickling their intellectual curiosity through his deep conversations with amazing, eclectic guests. This podcast is not the podcast we deserve, but the one we definitely need. Patreon membe ...
 
Why limit ourselves as an entrepreneur to just our own backyards when the world has limitless opportunities to make an impact? From the hottest startups, government leaders mobilizing entrepreneurial change, to truly trying to understand the local markets, culture, and people. The Global UJ is a weekly podcast bringing you direct insight from the best entrepreneurs & leaders from around the world. Connecting us all from the developed to the developing nations, and everywhere in between, to l ...
 
In “The Uncertain Hour” podcast, host Krissy Clark dives into one controversial topic each season to bust longstanding myths about our economy and shed light on opaque realities of the world we live in. Given that nothing is more uncertain than our present economic outlook due to COVID-19, the team is launching a new series of pop-up episodes to help listeners understand this moment. “A History of Now” explores the key economic themes that are impacting our lives in new ways due to COVID-19. ...
 
Welcome to the Out of Hours podcast - the podcast for those creating things that should exist in the world, out of hours. I’m Georgia Ritter, founder of OutofHours.org, the community for people with side projects. On this show, I’ll explore the stories of people who have followed their curiosity, been brave, and started a side project, only to turn it into something much bigger than they ever thought possible. I’ll explore the stories of nonprofits, businesses, creative projects and social m ...
 
Do you love astrophysics and ballet? Enjoy writing screenplays and code? Dream of applying your theater degree to the tech world? The Limit Does Not Exist is a podcast that believes when it comes to pursuing your passions, you shouldn’t have to choose. Through an entertaining and eye-opening mix of interviews, concrete tools, and real talk, hosts Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell help you follow your curiosity, embrace your individuality, and build an interdisciplinary career that’s ...
 
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Episode 170 - Izzy Heltai.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Izzy Heltai.With brutal honesty towards himself and forgiveness for those around him, Izzy Heltai’s music walks the elusive line between confessional and relatable. On his debut album, “Father,” the 23-year-old singer/songwriter dives deep into his fascinat…
 
Google bought Urchin in 2005 and, virtually overnight, made digital analytics available to all companies, no matter how large or how small. Optimizely was founded in January 2010 and had a similar (but lesser) impact on the world of A/B testing. What can we learn from ruminating on the past, the present, and the future (server-side testing! sample …
 
Google bought Urchin in 2005 and, virtually overnight, made digital analytics available to all companies, no matter how large or how small. Optimizely was founded in January 2010 and had a similar (but lesser) impact on the world of A/B testing. What can we learn from ruminating on the past, the present, and the future (server-side testing! sample …
 
As unlikely as it seemed at many times throughout the year, 2020 actually IS finally drawing to a close, and that means it’s time for our annual look back on the year: what happened with the podcast, what happened with the industry, and what happened as the entire world caught fire by way of wood-fuelled, climate-assisted combustion and by virus-in…
 
As unlikely as it seemed at many times throughout the year, 2020 actually IS finally drawing to a close, and that means it’s time for our annual look back on the year: what happened with the podcast, what happened with the industry, and what happened as the entire world caught fire by way of wood-fuelled, climate-assisted combustion and by virus-in…
 
Had a chance to speak with one of the leading clean tech & mobility investors in the world today. From assisting in getting a bill passed through US congress in 2006 to increase fuel economy standards, and the very first electric vehicle incentives, to being one of the very first investors and serving as a board member for Better Place - which rais…
 
Episode 169 - Andrew Hosmanek, PhD.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Andrew Hosmanek, PhD.Andrew Hosmanek is a lawyer and educator based in Iowa City, Iowa. He holds an MBA, JD and PhD from the University of Iowa. He owns a law firm, HawkeyeLaw, PLC, which specializes in sports and business law. In his spare time, A…
 
Everybody wants to retire early, right? But the difference in doing it and not is by actually taking action. Lance Tanaka was an executive for some of the largest international brands, like Nike & Pepsi, which had him running operations all over the world. He had a desire to retire by the age of 45, and so he set out a 10 year plan at 35 to make it…
 
It’s the holiday season and, despite Tim’s 27-slide deck making a case for why we should do an Airing of Grievances-themed show, we went in another direction. On this episode, we explore a delightful tale that exists at the intersection of “Giving Back to the Community” and “Growing the Analytics Talent Pool.” Rob Jackson joined the gang to be pepp…
 
It’s the holiday season and, despite Tim’s 27-slide deck making a case for why we should do an Airing of Grievances-themed show, we went in another direction. On this episode, we explore a delightful tale that exists at the intersection of “Giving Back to the Community” and “Growing the Analytics Talent Pool.” Rob Jackson joined the gang to be pepp…
 
It's the holiday season and, despite Tim's 27-slide deck making a case for why we should do an Airing of Grievances-themed show, we went in another direction. On this episode, we explore a delightful tale that exists at the intersection of "Giving Back to the Community" and "Growing the Analytics Talent Pool." Rob Jackson joined the gang to be pepp…
 
If you've ever played sports at any level, I'm sure at one point or another you've envisioned yourself one day becoming a professional athlete. Today I had the pleasure of chatting with a professional in the sports world, spanning multiple continents and dozens of countries! Michael Makaab had started as an amateur footballer, and after injuries en…
 
Episode 168 - Colin Dickey, PhD.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Colin Dickey, PhD.Colin Dickey is a writer, speaker, and academic, and has made a career out of collecting unusual objects and hidden histories all over the country. He's a regular contributor to the LA Review of Books and Lapham's Quarterly, and is t…
 
Roger Zaccar had started Commercial Insurance in 1962 in Lebanon, our guest's late grandfather. Since then the business has expanded into numerous countries across multiple continents as a strong & growing family business. Roger Zaccar had started working in Commercial Insurance in the early 2000's and found he loved the industry and business of in…
 
Cookies are getting aggressively expired or blocked outright. Referring site information is getting stripped. Adoption of Brave as a browser is on the rise! Yet, marketers still need to quantify the impact of their investments. What is an analyst to do? Does the answer lie in server-side technical solutions? Well, it’s not a bad idea to consider th…
 
Cookies are getting aggressively expired or blocked outright. Referring site information is getting stripped. Adoption of Brave as a browser is on the rise! Yet, marketers still need to quantify the impact of their investments. What is an analyst to do? Does the answer lie in server-side technical solutions? Well, it’s not a bad idea to consider th…
 
Cookies are getting aggressively expired or blocked outright. Referring site information is getting stripped. Adoption of Brave as a browser is on the rise! Yet, marketers still need to quantify the impact of their investments. What is an analyst to do? Does the answer lie in server-side technical solutions? Well, it's not a bad idea to consider th…
 
Episode 167 - Daniel Abbott. Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Daniel AbbottDaniel Abbott is the author of the novel The Concrete and the co-author (Razel Jones) of the collaborative memoir WOUNDS. His writing has appeared in Lit Hub, the Noctua Review, the Ginosko Literary Journal, and the Owen Wister Review. He ha…
 
We didn’t want to have a discussion about Netflix’s The Social Dilemma, but, somehow, we just felt compelled to do so. It was almost like we had a generally unlikable character from a TV series about advertisers’ attempts to manipulate consumer behavior in the 1950s and 1960s transplanted in triplicate into an AI that was optimizing Netflix’s reach…
 
We didn’t want to have a discussion about Netflix’s The Social Dilemma, but, somehow, we just felt compelled to do so. It was almost like we had a generally unlikable character from a TV series about advertisers’ attempts to manipulate consumer behavior in the 1950s and 1960s transplanted in triplicate into an AI that was optimizing Netflix’s reach…
 
We didn't want to have a discussion about Netflix's The Social Dilemma, but, somehow, we just felt compelled to do so. It was almost like we had a generally unlikable character from a TV series about advertisers' attempts to manipulate consumer behavior in the 1950s and 1960s transplanted in triplicate into an AI that was optimizing Netflix's reach…
 
Episode 166 - Razel Jones, MBADan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Razel Jones, MBA.Razel Jones is a Diversity and Inclusion professional, speaker, and the Director of Equity and Inclusion at Tennessee State University. In 2016, he released his first book, See What You Hear, a piece about actualizing vision. Jones has …
 
The ultra rich have people they hire to manage their money, like a wealth management firm. Flavia Becker & her co-founders had seen that the market only catered to the wealthy in her home country of Peru. There was no option for the average citizen to invest their savings and have it professionally managed. Flavia is the co-founder of Zest capital,…
 
We’ve all heard of the success stories of entrepreneurs starting businesses in college. Martin Kenneth Lopez is one of those who actually founded his business, Tekton Labs, while still in college in Peru! With a go big or go home attitude, he had his eyes set on the USA market and obtained his first client from posting on tech message boards way ba…
 
Do you know someone who works remotely? Wait. What's that? Oh. It's 2020. I guess a better question would be: do you know any analysts who are NOT working remotely? But, that's not the question we ask on this episode. Some companies—and we're thinking agencies and consultancies here just to have a little focus—were corporate office-less from their …
 
Do you know someone who works remotely? Wait. What’s that? Oh. It’s 2020. I guess a better question would be: do you know any analysts who are NOT working remotely? But, that’s not the question we ask on this episode. Some companies—and we’re thinking agencies and consultancies here just to have a little focus—were corporate office-less from their …
 
Do you know someone who works remotely? Wait. What’s that? Oh. It’s 2020. I guess a better question would be: do you know any analysts who are NOT working remotely? But, that’s not the question we ask on this episode. Some companies—and we’re thinking agencies and consultancies here just to have a little focus—were corporate office-less from their …
 
Episode 165 - Steven Webster, PhD.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Steven Webster, PhD.Steven Webster holds a PhD in political science from Emory University. He is an assistant professor of political science at Indiana University—Bloomington. His research focuses on the role of anger in American politics. His book,…
 
This podcast is brought to you from Out of Hours: the place to go for people with side projects. Today on the podcast we have Andy Ayim. Andy is a product leader and the founder of the Angel Investing School. He is also a 2020 Advisory Board Member for London Tech Week and was recently awarded an MBE for his services. The Angel Investing School is …
 
Can you remember the very first entrepreneurial venture you had, maybe as a kid? I think mine was in 2nd grade creating little arts & craft items to hold our pencils and erasers. I'd sell them for 5 or 10 cents, literally nickel & dime'ing. Anneke van den Broek had definitely started early in the world of entrepreneurship when she started breeding …
 
Episode 164 - Amaryllis Fox.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Amaryllis Fox.Following her CIA career in the field, AMARYLLIS FOX has covered current events and offered analysis for CNN, National Geographic, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and other global news outlets. She speaks at events and universities around the world on …
 
Brought to you by Out of Hours - the community for people with side projects. Check out the website here. Today's guest is Lisa Congdon - an artist, illustrator and author based in Oregon. Lisa Congdon is an artist, published author, illustrator. She’s based in Oregon, but known across the world for her colourful drawings and hand lettering. Her wo…
 
What do you do when you're a small business waiting on your client's receivables to come in, and in the meantime you've still got to pay for your goods & services, payroll, and overhead? Well this is the same problem that Mario Jordan Fetalino, or Magellan for short, had while helping his family business. Clients would take months to pay you becaus…
 
What is data culture? And, more importantly, what is the optimal ratio of agar and the ideal temperature of the corporate petri dish to make a data culture thrive? Moe, Michael, and Tim put their various experiences under the organizational microscope and examined various solutions in the name of (data) scientific discovery! If only organizations w…
 
What is data culture? And, more importantly, what is the optimal ratio of agar and the ideal temperature of the corporate petri dish to make a data culture thrive? Moe, Michael, and Tim put their various experiences under the organizational microscope and examined various solutions in the name of (data) scientific discovery! If only organizations w…
 
Brought to you by Out of Hours - the community for people with side projects What can you do to help in global pandemic if you’re not a doctor? Rachel Smith is a Latina UX Designer based in LA. She has now founded two global volunteer organisations, one Design and the other Mutual Aid. Design to Combat COVID-19 was set up to unite designers across …
 
I believe education & the learning process are the root of all human growth. It comes in many forms, shapes, and environments, especially in today's technology driven age. Kirsty Chadwick certainly agrees, as she has spent decades in the education field spanning 3 continents. Kirsty started The Training Room Online in 2008, which designs & develops…
 
Episode 163 - Lucas LandDan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Lucas Land.Lucas Land is constantly learning and growing and starting things he might not finish. He lived and worked in Bolivia for the past two years with his family where he started the podcast We Don't Talk About That with Lucas Land. He once started a su…
 
Episode 162 - Bryan Jones, Ph.D.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Bryan Jones, Ph.D.Bryan Jones is an Assistant Professor at the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College. Additionally, he is an affiliate of the City University of New York Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR),…
 
Brought to you by Out of Hours (outofhours.org) - built for people with side projects. Dan Murray-Serter, our guest today, set out to have authentic conversations with entrepreneurs when launching his podcast Secret Leaders. The Secret Leaders podcast is the number one business podcast in the UK, and Dan has featured some of the world’s top entrepr…
 
How easy is it today to call a cab if we need a ride these days, we just pull out our phone and use one of many ride-sharing apps in our country. Gaurav Biswas is looking to make it just as easy to book a truck for companies with his technoloigy enabled aggregation platform, TruKKer! If you're wondering how exactly that works and who would need thi…
 
Do you long for the days when your mother could ask you, “Now, what do you actually do for your job?” and “all” you had to do was explain websites and digital analytics? The “analyst” is now a role that can be defined an infinite number of ways in its breadth and depth. Is the analyst who is starting to do data transformations to create clean views…
 
Do you long for the days when your mother could ask you, “Now, what do you actually do for your job?” and “all” you had to do was explain websites and digital analytics? The “analyst” is now a role that can be defined an infinite number of ways in its breadth and depth. Is the analyst who is starting to do data transformations to create clean views…
 
Episode 161-Bandy X. Lee, M.D., M.Div.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Bandy X. Lee, M.D., M.Div. Dr. Lee is a forensic psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine. She is President of the World Mental Health Coalition. She served as Director of Research for the Center for the Study of Violence and co-founded Yale’s Vi…
 
A seasoned corporate IT professional, Ziv Nakajima-Magen, made the shift towards real estate along with his wife to start Nippon Tradings. They are a buyer's agency & portfolio manager helping foreign investors buy, sell, and manage your real estate properties in Japan! Ziv takes us through the Japanese real estate market, different asset classes, …
 
Brought to you by Out of Hours - the community for people with side projects. If you have a side project, sign up here! Becky Young, our guest today is the founder of Anti Diet Riot Club, an activist community and events platform dedicated to fighting back against ‘Diet Culture’ and what she calls the ‘dangerous standards of beauty that surround it…
 
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