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3 ways to center humans in artificial intelligence efforts
Take time now to understand the challenging questions about AI and ethics that firms will face in the years ahead.
7 ways leaders can make hybrid work better
Experts from Thinker-Fest 2023 offer advice on how to fully reap the benefits of hybrid work. One tip: Beware side chats.
How 7 leaders manage stress, burnout, and their employees’ well-being
Walking meetings, intermittent fasting, and an “anytime vacation” policy are how today’s leaders tend to their well-being and encourage work-life balance among their employees.
How companies can pursue ‘positive-sum automation’
To see the benefits of automation, companies need to understand challenges and create more flexible robotic tools.
Artificial intelligence can design more appealing cars
Carmakers can spend $3 billion on a single design. Machine learning models can streamline the process — and bring fewer duds to market.
How companies use AI to reach customers, innovate
“Me, Myself, and AI” looks at how Boeing, Land O’Lakes, and other companies aim to succeed with artificial intelligence.
Creating change through collaborative participation
The Zipcar co-founder shares her idea of “Peers Inc,” the organizational structure that creates collaborations between institutions and external resources and people.
This VP of transformation has a 4-point plan to uplift all employees
Messer Americas’ Patricia Hargil on being a visible leader, pacing herself, and letting go of perfectionism.
Survey details data officers’ priorities, challenges
Chief data officers are focused on data governance and creating a data-driven culture, according to a new survey report written by Tom Davenport.
5 enduring management ideas from MIT Sloan’s Edgar Schein
The late MIT Sloan professor’s pioneering ideas on career anchors, humble inquiry, and organization culture are still used in management today.