The acclaimed music producer returns with a record of his own. Plus, John Kerry on trying to get the world to tackle climate change; and an evangelical scholar breaks from her church.
A new biography of Edward Said explores the different aspects of a quintessential 20th-century intellectual
Thanks for listening! You can read more about Paul Compton on our website https://acceleratingchange.com.au/
In the inaugural episode of the Accelerating Change podcast, Dr Paul Browning speaks with Mr Paul Compton, the Global Head of Banking at Barclays Bank in New York City.
Paul grew up in Aspley and attended St Paul’s School from 1977 to 1981. He then completed a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics at the University of Queensland before beginning his corporate career at Ernst and Young in Brisbane. He then transferred to New York City where he worked for 20 years with JP Morgan. He then joined Barclays Bank as its COO before becoming its President and, ultimately, Global Head of Banking.
Paul talks about the challenges of having to relocate a workforce of 80,000 employees to be able to work from home within a matter of weeks, what changes Covid has accelerated, answers questions from students and makes some predictions about the future.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:00 – Paul Compton’s background 3:30 – the impact of Covid in the USA and its flow-on ef…
This is a gathering of API storytellers, exploring what is going on around us each day, using API technology to make sense of who we are. In this episode we sit down with Audrey Watters and talk about her book Teaching Machines, behaviorism, and how culture affects how we see technology. Opening image credit goes to Giulia Forsythe (@giuliaforsythe).
What does personalized education mean? What can we learn from the history of personalized learning technology?
The Forum is delighted to welcome back our very first guest, leading ed tech critic Audrey Watters. She just published a new book, Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning (MIT Press). http://hackeducation.com/ https://youtu.be/uC2NCsNCDXQ https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/teaching-machines ///
The Future Trends Forum is a weekly discussion event created and hosted by Bryan Alexander. Since 2016 we have addressed the most powerful forces of change in academia. Each week, this video chat brings together practitioners in the field to share their most recent work and experience in education and technology. The intent of the Forum: to advance the discussion around the pressing issues at the crossroads of education and technology. http://forum.futureofeducation.us/
Podcast interview from February 2017 with Harry Brignull who coined the phrase "dark patterns" back in 2010.
Guy Kawasaki’s Remarkable People: Dave Winer: Software Developer, Entrepreneur, and Writer on Apple Podcasts
Dave Winer is considered to be the father of blogging and the RSS feed AKA Really Simple Syndication. He’s been connecting the dots and closing parentheses in Silicon Valley since the beginning of the tech industry. He pioneered the development of weblogs, syndication (RSS), podcasting, outlining, a…
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The April 16 episode of “The Ezra Klein Show.”
Victoria’s tallest summit is Mount Bogong, a place of dazzling beauty nestled in the Great Dividing Range on Yaithmathang country. Jonathan Green takes you on an icy journey up the mountain.
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