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Dr G
Service innovation, experience design, marketing operations and digital business... Telco Data Enablement Programme Director... Thoughts my own
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Dr G 15h
Replying to @MissIG_Geek
Personally, I would never hire a data protection expert who wasn’t suitably qualified and didn’t have hands-on experience with data management in another large corporation
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Dr G 15h
Replying to @MissIG_Geek
There appear to be too many data protection ‘experts' that approach data management from an ideological position based on abstract consumer rights, rather than a pragmatic one based on trade-offs between rights, trust, capabilities and opportunities… They know who they are
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Dr G 15h
Replying to @MissIG_Geek
In my experience over the past few years, legally qualified data protection experts are often better informed and more pragmatic than many data protection experts who have never actually run data operations in an organisation. Present company excepted, of course :-)
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Dr G 19h
We Need Stoicism More Than Ever
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Alan Winfield Jan 20
Fascinating interview with on her new book The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, by in 'The goal is to automate us': welcome to the age of surveillance capitalism
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Christopher Snowdon Jan 20
56,000 views of my Lancet cooking course so far. Bish, bosh. Pucka!
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Dr G 21h
Replying to @wimrampen
It is one part of a bigger picture... too many uninformed idiots think a customer orientation is the be all and end all. It is not
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James Lindsay Jan 20
We're potentially not far from a point at which anyone who talks about "white patriarchy" instantaneously disqualifies themselves from serious consideration by serious people as though they're talking about demons or aliens.
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Dr G 22h
Replying to @white_owly
You need a new job
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Dr G 22h
Replying to @DrJoGrady
In the Spring, there will be growth
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Koenfucius Jan 20
Spending too much time with your smartphone? Here’s how behavioural economics helped kick his phone addiction
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Adam Karpiak Jan 20
Someone sent me a work email Saturday am. Nothing urgent. I flagged it for Monday morning. 7am got a follow up email from the same person- “Guess you don’t like money. Don’t bother getting back to me. I’ll find someone else.” I shall let him know I’m ok with that. On Monday am.
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Kirk Borne 23h
This grainy photo of the is from my iPhone ...
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Katryna Dow 🤓 23h
With you on rights, we see/agree on the issues with direct sale = unintended downstream consequences Regardless, we’ve got to get access, rights & participation into value chain + centralised players should be providing an annuity back = into possible cooperative?
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Dr G 23h
Replying to @wimrampen
A golden oldie... Kohli &Jaworski, (1990), Market Orientation: The Construct, Research Propositions, and Managerial Implications, Journal of Marketing
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Dr G Jan 20
Replying to @VolcanoDoc
Next time... blasting jelly with a shaped charge in their general direction
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MITSloan Mgmt Review Jan 20
Even if your message is sticky and popular, if it spreads only through strong ties, it keeps bouncing around the community of people who already know about it.
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Sadiq Khan Jan 19
London's one million EU citizens make a huge contribution to our city - and it's wrong that they should pay to stay. To our EU friends, neighbours and colleagues: you are welcome here - and whatever the outcome of Brexit - that will never change.
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Rob McCargow Jan 20
Algorithms are best at pursuing a single mathematical objective—but humans often want multiple incompatible things. Giving them a sense of uncertainty could make them more ethical | via
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