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Analytical

Maybe you haven’t analysed it enough? Calculated Choices. Carefully Considered. Absolutely Analytical.


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Total Listening Time: 8 hours, 13 minutes and 22 seconds.

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Episode 41: Crisis

3 April, 2020

The Coronavirus, COVID19, SARS-CoV-2, is the biggest global crisis many generations have faced. Through our increasingly enforced social distancing and isolation, I’ve witnessed something unexpected that’s not what you think.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Silver Producers: John Whitlow, Joseph Antonio, Kevin Koch and Oliver Steel.
Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.

Episode 35: Competency

12 January, 2019

In every broad discipline it’s become impossible for one person to be competent in all aspects. Organisationally speaking, we look at how we could ensure a collective competency is maintained.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Silver Producers: Carsten Hansen and John Whitlow.
Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.


Episode 34: Care

31 December, 2018

There’s always something that someone expects you to care about, but the dimensions of care we put our energy into can make or break us.

With John Chidgey.


Episode 33: Sinking

21 December, 2018

Looking at how maintenance teams function can reveal a lot about the system they’re maintaining. We dive in the consequences of poor design and long term operational costs.

With John Chidgey.


Episode 32: Cloud

11 December, 2018

With operational technology relying more and more on desktop computer platforms for control and monitoring, just how much can be put in the cloud safely?

With John Chidgey.


Episode 31: Self

9 November, 2018

Understanding yourself and self reflection can be good thing, but it can go too far. How far is far enough and how do you know when to stop?

With John Chidgey.