In our second visit to the land of xAPI, Ross G and Jonny from the GoodPractice team are joined by experts from overseas.

Author and performance strategist Ajay Pangarkar and Instructional Developer for the Internet of Things Anthony Altieri share their views, with a focus on leveraging data to improve performance.

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Ajay regularly speaks and writes on performance topics. You can find out more about him at about.me/ajay.pangarkar or read his articles at elearningindustry.com/members/ajay-pangarkar-ctdp-cpa-cma. He's also an instructor for LinkedIn Learning at www.linkedin.com/learning/instructors/ajay-pangarkar.

You can follow the latest on xAPI adoption at: www.ieeeicicle.org/ 

The book that Jonny recommended was Parasite Rex, available from: www.amazon.co.uk/Parasite-Rex-New-Epilogue-NaturesMost/dp/074320011X 

Ross recommended 'The Morality of Diversity', from the BBC's Moral Mazewww.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0bbr3zs