Leadership in the Age of AI

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  • 23 Books | 56h 50m
  • 10 Audiobooks | 52h 33m 54s
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Artificial intelligence has forever changed the way that businesses operate. Leaders who embrace AI and other digital transformation technologies can help increase success within their organization.

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Leading in the Age of Generative AI

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COURSES INCLUDED

Leading in the Age of Generative AI
In this course, you will learn strategies to effectively lead organizations through the transformational impact of generative AI. These topics will allow you to gain insights into generative AI, develop a mindset for implementing generative AI in an organization, explore strategies for leveraging generative AI in business transformation, and understand the importance of ethical and responsible AI adoption.
6 videos | 31m has Assessment available Badge
Generating Sustainable Value From Social Media, powered by MIT SMR
The authors share details pertaining to the importance of having a good incentive structure and the significance of creating a more lasting social and business change.
3 videos | 8m has Assessment available Badge
MIT SMR: Data and Disruption: Mastering AI and Machine Learning for Finance
"AI isn't coming - it's here. And it's already transforming the finance industry." Mastering AI and Machine Learning for Finance is your comprehensive guide to meeting this transformation head-on. In five insight-packed sessions, you'll learn how to harness the full potential of AI and machine learning from experts at MIT, Stanford, Babson, Deloitte, AICPA-CIMA, and Workday, including how to: Recognize finance's role in the AI productivity boom. Build effective data strategies with the help of new AI models. Use AI to automate your workflows and increase productivity. Understand coming AI regulations and their impact on finance. Train your talent for success in an AI-augmented workforce.
5 videos | 2h 14m
Leading in the Age of AI
Artificial intelligence is redefining the business world. AI and other digital transformation technologies are now important parts of the leadership toolkit. In this course, you'll learn how to adopt a mindset that will help you embrace the new AI age. You'll learn about the new leadership characteristics needed and find out how to build teams that can succeed with AI. And you'll learn best practices for initiating and implementing AI projects.
6 videos | 33m has Assessment available Badge
MIT SMR: Adopting AI: Picking the Right Problems to Solve
Executives in most industries have heard about artificial intelligence's potential to transform their businesses, but many aren't sure where to start - or how to gain the most value from efforts already underway. This free, on-demand webinar addresses those AI adoption hurdles with expert insights from Monica Livingston, senior director, AI sales, Intel; Kimberly Nevala, strategic adviser, SAS; and Pete Smith, chief analytics officer and professor of modern languages, University of Texas at Arlington.
1 video | 59m
MIT SMR: Adopting AI: Ensuring Business Readiness
Once you've picked the right problems to solve with AI (as discussed in Part 1 of this series), it's time to determine whether you're ready, from a business standpoint, to launch an AI initiative. In this free webinar, Tad Funahashi, M.D., of Kaiser Permanente; Fernando Lucini of Accenture Applied Intelligence; and Kimberly Nevala of SAS share expert advice on making that assessment.
1 video | 58m
MIT SMR: Adopting AI: Putting the Pieces Together
The first three webinars in this series shared expert advice on picking the right problems to solve with AI and assessing both business and technical readiness to launch AI initiatives. This final installment explores how to move forward with AI today while also preparing for tomorrow. Speakers include Beena Ammanath, executive director of the Deloitte AI Institute and AI ethics lead at Deloitte; Chris Donovan, executive director of analytics at Cleveland Clinic; and Kimberly Nevala, strategic advisor at SAS. Writer/researcher Abbie Lundberg, president of Lundberg Media, moderates the discussion.
1 video | 58m
MIT SMR: Increasing AI Tool Adoption by Front-Line Workers
Some of the biggest challenges in AI implementation can arise when a tool is ready to roll out to end users - and those users resist adoption. That's typically because the project's business sponsors are not the people expected to use the tool - and they have failed to address the needs and priorities of end users. However, research by Kate Kellogg, Mark Sendak, and Suresh Balu finds that when developers make sure to address end users' concerns about workflow and autonomy, they can reconcile conflicting stakeholder interests and ensure ready adoption of AI tools.
1 video | 57m
MIT SMR: Learn to Make the Most of Your Relationship With AI
Only 11% of organizations achieve significant financial benefits with AI; here's how they do it. Recent research from MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group finds that a mere 11% of organizations achieve significant financial benefits with AI. What are those companies doing right? The secret is their approach to human-machine collaboration. Join 2020 research report coauthors Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh and special guest Prakhar Mehrotra, vice president of machine learning at Walmart U.S., to hear firsthand how humans and AI can collaborate successfully.
1 video | 58m
MIT SMR: Adopting AI - Ensuring Technical Readiness
You've picked the right problems to solve with AI and gauged your business readiness for tackling them (as discussed in Parts 1 and 2 of this series). But is your technology up to the task? In this free webinar, Ritu Jyoti of IDC, Jose Murillo of Grupo Financiero Banorte, and Kimberly Nevala of SAS share expert advice on how to ensure that your organization is technically ready and able to put AI into action.
1 video | 58m
MIT SMR: The Innovator's Mindset Creating a Better Tomorrow With AI
In recent history, automation enabled modernization. Now we must ask, how can artificial intelligence inspire innovation? With use cases ranging from fostering online networking to saving our planet, AI generates endless enhancement opportunities. Join a panel discussion presented by Me, Myself, and AI on behalf of MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to learn how leaders across the industry are leveraging AI to inspire and implement their innovative ideas.
1 video | 57m
MIT SMR: Critical Success Factors for Achieving ROI From AI Initiatives
Most studies indicate that the majority of enterprise AI projects fail to deliver value. Still, investment in this area is accelerating. How can enterprises best structure their talent, culture, and decision-making to maximize economic value from AI?
1 video | 58m
MIT SMR: How Al Spurs Employee Engagement and Innovation at Levi Strauss & Co
What if every employee could learn to use AI to improve their performance - and deliver more value to the enterprise? At Levi Strauss & Co., tech and nontech workers alike learn about AI through corporate boot camps, which have led to new initiatives in product design, operations, and customer engagement. Join Katia Walsh, chief global strategy and AI officer at Levi Strauss & Co., as she explains how the company's AI boot camps have transformed worker attitudes toward AI. Co-presenters David Kiron (MIT SMR) and Shervin Khodabandeh (BCG) will also share findings from their recent research on additional cultural benefits that come with corporate AI adoption.
1 video | 39m
MIT SMR: How to Succeed With AI Augmentation
For all the remarkable things that machine learning and advanced analytics can do, there are scores of things that AI-enabled machines still can't do - at least not reliably enough on their own in the real world of business. That doesn't mean you can afford to wait to take advantage of AI. Rather, it means designing AI applications that leverage what people and machines each do best, and how they can most effectively work together. In their new book, Working With AI: Real Stories of Human-Machine Collaboration, authors Thomas H. Davenport and Steven M. Miller draw on 29 detailed examples of jobs and work settings in which humans are already working day to day with AI-enabled systems and automation.
1 video | 59m
MIT SMR: How Encouraging AI Use Will Benefit Your Organization
AI is embedded in many tools we use regularly to do our jobs. But we don't always realize it. The 2022 MIT Sloan Management Review-BCG AI and Business Strategy report finds that, while 66% of survey respondents report little or no AI use in their jobs when prompted, 43% acknowledge using products with AI components sometimes or regularly. We also found that when individuals derive value from using tools with AI, their organizations benefit as well - they're more productive and reap financial benefits. Join report coauthors Sam Ransbotham, professor of analytics at Boston College, and François Candelon, senior partner and managing director at Boston Consulting Group and global director of the BCG Henderson Institute, for a live webinar that will present findings from the study.
1 video | 57m
MIT SMR: Generative AI Demystified: What it Really Means for Business
This session lays the groundwork for GenAI, including what it is and isn't, how it relates to current and past technologies, and what it takes to make good decisions about its use. We'll cover: How GenAI works - including its capabilities, risks, and limits. How GenAI fits with other AI/ML methods - and when it's a better or worse solution. Examples of when, where, and how to use GenAI in business.
1 video | 58m
MIT SMR: Finding Transformation Opportunities With Generative AI
This fall, George Westerman, senior lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, leads a three-part webinar series, "Generative AI in Business: Unraveling Myths, Finding Opportunities, and Preparing Your Organization." In this session, we investigate opportunities to use GenAI to transform existing ways of doing business, either radically or incrementally. We'll explore: • Four key areas of opportunity: customer experience, employee experience, operations, and business models. • Where GenAI may augment, automate, or innovate existing practices. • New businesses in the GenAI space.
1 video | 1h
MIT SMR: What AI Means for Human Capital
Artificial intelligence has become a top organizational priority - but many leaders remain uncertain about its consequences for work and the workforce. Lynda Gratton, human capital expert, has a way forward. In this interactive webinar, she'll share findings from her research on experimentation with AI. Attendees will discuss approaches to the new tech - and what issues are arising for workers and organizations.
1 video | 57m
MIT SMR: How to Succeed With Predictive AI
Machine learning is the engine of predictive AI. Yet too many machine learning projects fail at deployment. The primary reason? They're viewed as technology rather than business projects. And organizations often fail to foster a connection between business and technology functions.
1 video | 58m
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BOOKS INCLUDED

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Artificial Intelligence in Business Gets Real
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review reveals how pioneering companies are aiming for AI at scale.
book Duration 32m book Authors By Sam Ransbotham, et al.

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Reshaping Business With Artificial Intelligence
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review aims to understand the challenges and opportunities associated with the use of artificial intelligence.
book Duration 29m book Authors By MIT Sloan Management Review

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on The Jobs That Artificial Intelligence Will Create
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review looks at several new categories of human jobs emerging, requiring skills and training that will take many companies by surprise.
book Duration 5m book Authors By H. James Wilson, Nicola Morini-Bianzino, Paul R. Daugherty

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on AI-at-Scale Hinges on Gaining a ‘Social License'
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review Businesses must make explicit efforts to build trust with all stakeholders if AI implementation is to succeed.
book Duration 6m book Authors By François Candelon, Rodolphe Charme di Carlo, Steven D. Mills

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Achieving Return on AI Projects
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review the benefits of artificial intelligence into a company requires good working relationships between the data team and the business units - and a clear focus on tangible value.
book Duration 6m book Authors By Ren Zhang, Thomas H. Davenport

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Embracing AI When Your Industry Is in Flux
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review on Embracing Artificial Intelligence.
book Duration 4m book Authors By Randy Bean, Thomas H. Davenport

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Execs Bullish on AI but Wary of Data Leadership
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review on Data Leadership
book Duration 3m book Authors By Randy Bean, Thomas H. Davenport

BOOK SUMMARY

Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
In Life 3.0, author Max Tegmark successfully demystifies the complexities of artificial intelligence, using a simple analogy to depict life on earth along an evolutionary continuum. In this Review, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
book Duration 8m book Authors By Max Tegmark

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Think for Yourself: Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence
In Think for Yourself, author Vikram Mansharamani explores how to combine the perks of modern-day technology with the age-old practice of using common sense to make decisions. In this Review, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
book Duration 7m book Authors By Vikram Mansharamani

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The Future of Work: Robots, AI, and Automation
In The Future of Work, author Darrell M. West explains the current and future implications of emerging technologies in the workplace. In this Review, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
book Duration 7m book Authors By Darrell M. West

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The AI Advantage: How to Put the Artificial Intelligence Revolution to Work
In The AI Advantage, Thomas Davenport discusses how AI can be used to enhance workplace solutions and to achieve a competitive advantage. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
book Duration 10m book Authors By Thomas H. Davenport

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The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence: How to Identify and Implement Applications for AI in Your Organization
The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence explains how organizations can use machine intelligence to increase their efficiency and productivity. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
book Duration 12m book Authors By Andrew Burgess

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Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Learning from experience
You will delve into the theory behind AI and machine learning projects, examining techniques for learning from data, the use of neural networks and why algorithms are so important in the development of a new AI agent or system.
book Duration 3h 15m book Authors By Andrew Lowe

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Demystifying Artificial Intelligence: Simplified AI and Machine Learning Concepts for Everyone
In this book, you will learn the root concepts of AI/ML and how these inanimate machines can actually become smarter than the humans at a few tasks, and how companies are using AI and how you can leverage AI to earn profits.
book Duration 1h 58m book Authors By Prashant Kikani

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Enterprise Artificial Intelligence Transformation: A Playbook for the Next Generation of Business and Technology Leaders
If you're an industry, business, or technology professional that wants to attain the skills needed to grow your machine learning capabilities and effectively scale the work you're already doing, you'll find what you need in this practical book.
book Duration 6h 1m book Authors By Rashed Haq

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Leading with AI and Analytics: Build Your Data Science IQ to Drive Business Value
Written for anyone in a leadership or management role-from C-level/unit team managers to rising talent-this powerful, hands-on guide meets today's growing need for real-world tools to lead and succeed with data.
book Duration 5h 44m book Authors By Eric Anderson, Florian Zettelmeyer

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The AI Dilemma: A Leadership Guide to Assess Enterprise AI Maturity & Explore AI's Impact in Your Industry (English Edition)
This book brings you cutting-edge coverage on AI and its ability to create a perfect world or a perfect storm across industries.
book Duration 4h 37m book Authors By Dr. Cindy Gordon, Malay A. Upadhyay

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The Automation Advantage: Embrace the Future of Productivity and Improve Speed, Quality, and Customer Experience Through AI
This book goes beyond optimizing process to using AI to transform almost any business activity in any industry to make it faster, more streamlined, cost efficient, and customer-focused-vastly improving overall productivity and performance.
book Duration 3h 46m book Authors By Bhaskar Ghosh, Gayathri Pallail, J. Rajendra Prasad

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Towards Sustainable Artificial Intelligence: A Framework to Create Value and Understand Risk
This book is designed to help decision makers such as policy makers, boards, C-suites, managers, and data scientists create AI systems that meet ethical principles.
book Duration 2h 37m book Authors By Ghislain Landry Tsafack Chetsa

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Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
This Book features seventeen original essays by prominent AI scientists and philosophers and represents the state-of-the-art thinking in this fast-growing field.
book Duration 14h 23m book Authors By S. Matthew Liao

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Artificial Intelligence for Learning: How to use AI to Support Employee Development
Critically assess the impact of artificial intelligence on the L&D function and understand how to use it to improve learning in the workplace.
book Duration 6h 6m book Authors By Donald Clark

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Artificial Intelligence Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction
This book has arrived to equip you with a fundamental, timely grasp of AI and its impact.
book Duration 3h 20m book Authors By Tom Taulli

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The Age of AI: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity
Providing a wide awareness of the current trends in AI, this book helps us navigate our digital age in this thoughtful exploration of the social, moral, and ethical challenges of our ongoing interactions with artificial intelligence.
book Duration 2h 54m book Authors By Jason Thacker
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AUDIOBOOKS INCLUDED

AUDIOBOOK SUMMARY

Think for Yourself: Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence
In Think for Yourself, author Vikram Mansharamani explores how to combine the perks of modern-day technology with the age-old practice of using common sense to make decisions. In this Review, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
audiobook Duration 14m 42s audiobook Authors By Vikram Mansharamani

AUDIOBOOK SUMMARY

The AI Advantage: How to Put the Artificial Intelligence Revolution to Work
In The AI Advantage, Thomas Davenport discusses how AI can be used to enhance workplace solutions and to achieve a competitive advantage. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
audiobook Duration 19m 2s audiobook Authors By Thomas H. Davenport

AUDIOBOOK SUMMARY

Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
In Life 3.0, author Max Tegmark successfully demystifies the complexities of artificial intelligence, using a simple analogy to depict life on earth along an evolutionary continuum. In this Review, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
audiobook Duration 17m 19s audiobook Authors By Max Tegmark

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The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence: How to Identify and Implement Applications for AI in Your Organization
The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence explains how organizations can use machine intelligence to increase their efficiency and productivity. In this Summary, we discuss the salient points of the book based on our interpretation of its contents.
audiobook Duration 23m 35s audiobook Authors By Andrew Burgess

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Leading with AI and Analytics: Build Your Data Science IQ to Drive Business Value
This book explain about Essential tools to help you: develop a strong data science intuition quotient, lead and scale AI and analytics throughout your organization, move from "best-guess" decision making to evidence-based decisions, and craft strategies and tactics to create real impact.
audiobook Duration 11h 25m 47s audiobook Authors By Eric Anderson, Florian Zettelmeyer

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Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence
This book reveals how this planetary network is fueling a shift toward undemocratic governance and increased inequity.
audiobook Duration 8h 53m 34s audiobook Authors By Kate Crawford, Larissa Gallagher, Tantor Audio

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The Feeling Economy: How Artificial Intelligence Is Creating the Era of Empathy
This book explores the effect of the Feeling Economy on our everyday lives in the areas such as shopping, politics, and education. And that AI is rapidly assuming a larger share of thinking tasks, leaving human intelligence to focus on feeling.
audiobook Duration 7h 52m 47s audiobook Authors By Ming-Hui Huang, Roland T. Rust

Audiobook

Artificial Intelligence Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction
This audio edition equips you with a fundamental, timely grasp of AI and its impact.
audiobook Duration 8h 25m 48s audiobook Authors By Tom Taulli

Audiobook

Think for Yourself: Restoring Common Sense in an Age of Experts and Artificial Intelligence
This audio edition provides principles and techniques empowering listeners with a more critical and nuanced approach to making decisions.
audiobook Duration 9h 48m 43s audiobook Authors By Vikram Mansharamani

Audiobook

The Age of AI: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity
This audio edition helps us navigate our digital age in this thoughtful exploration of the social, moral, and ethical challenges of our ongoing interactions with artificial intelligence.
audiobook Duration 4h 52m 37s audiobook Authors By Jason Thacker, Richard J. Mouw
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SKILL BENCHMARKS INCLUDED

Leading the Business
Becoming a successful business leader means more than just directing and motivating your people. It also requires understanding the business you're in and making sure that you're making decisions that will help your company meet its goals. In this Leading the Business Unit Benchmark, you'll be able to make a frank assessment of your current skills in strategic planning and execution, identifying your strengths and recognizing areas of weaknesses that will benefit from further learning and growth. This benchmark evaluates your understanding of this topic. Being aware of potential knowledge gaps allows you to better understand your current competency and areas for improvement, so you can find suitable content and curate your own learning path. The courses recommended at the end of this benchmark can help you fill potential gaps in your knowledge.
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