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Audio content from Stuart Astill on the ins and outs of improving Strategy and Evidence for organisations and individuals
Jun 9, 2020
Value Propositions for all
Jack Hayball joins Stuart Astill on the strategyandevidence podcast online. They discuss value propositions, (predictably) evidence & strategy and, in a gentle diversion, what a consultant should and shouldn’t bring to the party. If you want to get further into the topic Jack’s selected reading list is: Articles: – Christensen, C.M,. Johnson, W,. & Kagermann, H. […]
May 8, 2020
Errors by design
The coronavirus pandemic has brought questions around testing, and now with the tracing app, algorithm design to a strategic and political audience.In this podcast I look at the fact that ‘errors’ are part of everyday life in testing and apps; and that tests and algorithms are designed by someone to minimise certain errors in a trade-off with others. […]
Jan 30, 2020
Cost benefit analysis for the wise
In this episode, despite coping with an impressive cold, I discuss the purpose of cost benefit analysis, but also the difficulties. I get enthusiastic about birthday cake and learning from looking back.
Jan 20, 2020
Part 1 of a 2 or 3 part audiosnack series on Rational Ignorance and cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and how they fit together. In this podcast I explain what Rational ignorance is and why it is both incredibly useful as a concept but also a bit mind-bending. I also look at how it may be worth […]
Jan 9, 2020
Twitter polls and real stats
An audiosnack /podcast of double espresso strength and intensity in which I explain (and have a gentle mini rant) about why twitter polls are as good as useless compared to real statistical surveys – even if a real survey is based on a much smaller number of people.
Nov 26, 2019
Is it OK to use gut-instinct for strategy?
In this audiosnack/podcast I muse on gut-feeling as a valid form of evidence and consider how you can be safe when you think it’s something that you should take notice of.
Nov 11, 2019
Pre-thinking around aims
A short ‘audiosnack’ (or podcast if you prefer) drawn from some ideas in a paper by Hans Burckart [‘Sustainable Development and management’] in the book ‘The Economy of Communion‘ (2016 ed. Bruni). This audiosnack covers pre-thinking around aims to prepare for a good session on Step 1 of Understanding Performance (covered in my previous audio). […]