mmitII is Matt Ballantine’s blog.

I’ve spent the past two decades helping organisations make sense of where people, communications and technology collide.

In the Autumn of 2019 I became the Head of Technology and Transformation for the London-based housing association RHP.

In 2013 I set up stamp London, and through that and with other partners I have been working with the Government Digital Service, O2, Centrica, pharmaceutical companies Celgene and Allergan, and publishers IDG. Work has been focused on helping those companies to transform themselves in the light of the world of digital. I am also an associate researcher for Leading Edge Forum.

In the past I’ve worked in global  technology, media and marketing organisations including Microsoft, Imagination, Reuters and the BBC, across a wide range of technology and organisational challenges.

I’m a regular speaker, and alongside this writing am also a columnist for CIO Magazine.

mmitII stands for “Metaphorical Management of IT 2”. The origins of that name can be found here.

You can find out more about me on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/mattballantine

You can find me on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/#!/ballantine70

You can even email me at matt@stamplondon.co.uk

The views expressed on this blog are my own, and do not necessarily reflect those of my employers, past, present or future. If you think that I’ve in any way abused your intellectual property rights in the content on the site, get in touch and we can sort it out. It wasn’t intentional.

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