This is Part 2 of a two-part review of our first 18 episodes. Before you rip out your headphones in disgust, let me explain.
I'm not a fan of the classic "year in review", I mean, we were all there, right? If we were paying attention the first time around, why do we need to get sentimental? Similarly, previews of the year to come, while sometimes fun, are often pure speculation and rarely add value.
In this two-part episode, we've attempted to do something we'd been planning for a while: analysis and commentary around the most important ideas that have come from our world-class guests so far. The extended discussions in the full episodes provide necessary context and completeness around important concepts, but I find broadening the perspective from time to time in search of patterns to be extremely valuable.
In Part 1, we broke down our first nine episodes, which was not only insightful but cringe-worthy at times as we ironed out our style - and our recording techniques.
In Part 2, we revisit conversations with:
Martin Häring (@MisysFS)
Myles Stephenson (@ModulrFinance)
Chris Gledhill (@cgledhill)
Joel Perlman (@OakNorth)
Devie Mohan (@Devie_Mohan)
Brian Roemmele (@BrianRoemmele)
David Robson (@IBMWatson)
Brett King (@BrettKing)
Tom Blomfield (@t_blom)
Andra Sonea (@AndraSonea)
The holidays are a time for gratitude and appreciation, and we're hugely appreciative of the time and insight that our guests have provided and the tremendous love and support our audience has shown. We're proud of the progress we've made over the first 20 episodes, and we're excited for what we've got in store going forward.
Here's the link to the New York Times article referenced in the episode: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/21/upshot/the-long-term-jobs-killer-is-not-china-its-automation.html