David Spiegelhalter, Author and Statistician from Cambridge University explains how he uses numbers to tell a story while struggling to make sense of often unreliable data.Read more >
What does future hold for the BCI?
Discover with David Thorp, Executive Director of the BCI, how the leading institute for business continuity and resilience plans to contribute towards shaping the future of the business continuity and resilience industry.
How will it widen its international network of professionals and organizations, and further develop thought leadership, research, and resources for the benefit of the business continuity and resilience community.
This webinar will allow you to ask the questions that are most important to you, and have a first look of the BCI’s upcoming changes.
This webinar is essential viewing for radiation-shielding designers in radiation physics, qualified experts and also useful to anyone involved in the design of radiotherapy facilities.
Join authors Patrick Horton and David Eaton for this 45 min webinar as they guide you through their book Design and Shielding of Radiotherapy Treatment Facilities-IPEM Report 75.
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
A smart portfolio can mean the difference between a comfortable life and a constant struggle. Most people make poor, emotionally based investment decisions with many biases. Even investing professionals who studied Modern Portfolio Theory did not help their clients in the Global Financial Crisis.
In fact, when I ask professional investment advisors if they would hire themselves if they had $100 million in the bank, they all say of course not. Most pundits, from celebrity investment gurus to leading academics, have simply been wrong about markets and their predictability.
We are entering a new era of machine trading, where the average person has no chance to systematically outperform the markets. Learn about post-modern portfolio theory with David Siegel and start building a smart portfolio today.
David is a 22-time serial entrepreneur with 20 years in Silicon Valley and 13 years in New York City starting companies. He has written five books about the web and business. He's an expert in corporate culture, collaboration, innovation, design, typography, data, blockchain, crypto-investing, venture/angel investing, management, business, decentralization, macro economics, and dark chocolate. You can read some of his key essays here:
David is currently starting 20|30, an open platform for blockchain innovation. This is an ask-me-anything format with people typing in questions and david answering. He'll talk about current events in the world of blockchain and innovation, tell stories of working at Pixar, his new token offering, his new legal project, and you never know what will happen, so join the fun on June 1st!
Ask David your most challenging business question - he's happy to offer suggestions.
David has been an angel investor for 20 years and has worked with Steve Jobs, Ed Catmul, and others in Silicon Valley. He played a significant role in the development of the Worldwide Web, has written five books, and coaches startups. Last year he was a candidate to be the next dean of Stanford business school. This year, he’s starting his 22nd company.
In this 60-minute webinar, you'll learn what really causes startups to fail, why you shouldn't build an MVP, explore how you can use Kanban to improve team coordination, why understanding your market is more important than understanding your product, raising money from crazy investors, why you shouldn't go to business school, and building an agile culture. Here are some of his writings:
This webinar is for both early-stage investors and entrepreneurs at all levels.
Last year over $250 million was invested in companies and projects using blockchain technology and cryptographic tokens. This year we have seen about that much again just in the first four months. Token-based investments are rapidly turning into a significant asset class.
David Siegel, CEO of 20|30, will explain what kinds of tokens are being offered, real-life stories of token offerings, how to purchase tokens, how to watch for scams, smart investment strategies, and why you should get in early.
This is a 45-minute presentation with 15 minutes for questions.
Pretotyping is a growing technique for fast innovation, faster than developing an MVP. Pretotying is about doing the hardest part first, and the hardest part is almost always getting people to change their habits and try something new. Pretotyping allows you to experiment cheaply and look for market signals that you can then build into.
In this one-hour webinar, you'll learn what pretotyping is, the six main forms, how to iterate quickly, and much more. You'll learn why pretotyping is usually better than building a prototype or an MVP, and how several of today's successful products came out of a pretotyping experiment. Applies equally to physical and digital products and services.
This is for anyone interested in fast innovation: start-ups, marketers, intrapreneurs, product managers, and more. Pretotyping is a powerful tool that should be in every innovator's toolkit.
David Siegel is a Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur living in Switzerland. He played a significant role in the development of the Worldwide Web, has written five books, and coaches startups. He is now leading an open-innovation company focused on blockchain and the decentralized economy.
The replay is eligible for one IMCA® CE credit
Since its founding in 1981, Dimensional Fund Advisors (Dimensional) has grown to become one of the world’s largest and most widely respected asset management firms. In this interactive conversation with Dan Solin, Dimensional founder and executive chairman David Booth will offer his unique perspective on his company and the future of the advisory and asset management industries. He will also answer questions he is commonly asked by advisors, such as:
•What will advisory firms and advisors need to do to survive and grow in the coming years?
•Which kinds of fund companies are most likely to retain and grow assets?
•Is Dimensional planning on offering its funds directly to retail investors or through robo-advisors?
David will answer attendees’ questions during the webinar.
The IMCA® has accepted this program for one hour of CE credit towards the CIMA®, CIMC® and CPWA® certifications. If you provide the required information during the webinar registration process and stay for the entire session please email us for the IMCA ® webinar ID to self-report your attendance.
Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Katie Broderick of 451 Research will interview David Leighton, President of Women in Technology about a recent survey of 1,100 WITI members, which found that early STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) exposure is crucial and a variety of support mechanisms are needed to achieve women's goals in a predominantly male field.Read more >
European Equities with David DuddingRead more >
Credit is a significant part of many of our clients’ portfolios, which is why we started Credit Insights -- a new webinar series aimed at delivering our latest views and outlooks on the global credit markets.
This session: We discuss the 'distribution disruption' and how it's impacting the retail sector, leveraged loans, risk parity strategies, and insights gleaned from Schroders' upcoming Fixed Income Quarterly Investment Forum.