Organizational leaders understand that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to massively impact business and are seeking ways to fully leverage AI for analytics, insight, strategy, and growth.
Learn from our top research and applied sciences faculty why and how AI, machine learning, and related technology are driving business growth and strategy. The program’s intuitive AI IQ approach equips leaders with knowledge of AI’s power for enhancing a business’ levels of innovation and market leadership, speaking insightfully on AI’s impact on work and strategy, and gaining tools for pioneering or leading AI initiatives.
“The unprecedented optionality of AI and machine learning is driving business at an exceptional pace. To better understand the full potential of AI, this program will help professionals learn the leadership skills needed for combining AI, organizational capabilities, and agendas in ways that will boost your firm’s strengths, grow your business, energize innovation, and keep rivals at bay.”
Brian Uzzi, Academic Director
VIDEO: Understand how AI can elevate your business’s strategy and tactics.
Participants will also receive a digital certificate.
Why AI is New and Revolutionary
Using AI to Solve Business Problems
Adopting and Leading Organizational AI Initiatives
Managing AI Teams
Brian Uzzi - Academic Director; Richard L. Thomas Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change Co-Director, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)
Larry Birnbaum - Professor of Computer Science, McCormick School of Engineering; Co-Director, Intelligent Information Laboratory (InfoLab); Co-Founder of Narrative Science
Leslie DeChurch - Professor of Communication Studies, School of Communications, Northwestern University; Director, ATLAS Lab (Advancing Teams, Leaders, and Systems)
Dave Ferrucci - Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Founder & CEO at Elemental Cognition; Director of Applied AI at Bridgewater; Co-creator of IBM’s Watson
Steven Franconeri - Professor of Psychology, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences; Director, Northwestern Cognitive Science Program; Professor of Leadership, Kellogg School of Management (Courtesy)
Adam Pah - Clinical Assistant Professor of Management & Organizations; Associate Director, Research Assistant Professor, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO)
Adam Waytz - Associate Professor of Management & Organizations
Please Note: CPE credits are not available for this program in the live virtual format.
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