Webinar: Boosting Organizational Hyper-Performance with Artificial Intelligence

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We are delighted to announce a series of free webinars open to you, your colleagues and your students – a great opportunity to broaden perspectives on the suggested topics and exchange with our international faculty!

The next one on April 7th is about Artificial Intelligence: Achieving managerial excellence through the advances of man-machine symbiosis. Intertwining the depth of human change with the power of modern technologies. Successful future organizations will master the human-technology co-evolution.

To participate, please register here. Once done, you will get the link to the session(s).

Author(s)
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    Agnis Stibe Agnis Stibe is a Professor of Transformation. He joined EM Normandie in 2020. He has a PhD in Information Processing Science from the University of Oulu, Finland, awarded in 2014 and held a postdoctoral position at the MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2017. His thesis is on Transformation Science & Practice. His research interests are transformation processes, leadership, artificial intelligence, social psychology and neuroscience. He has worked for Fortune 100 companies including Hewlett-Packard and Oracle. He provides consultancy services to companies and entrepreneurs worldwide. He is the Academic Director of M2 Artificial Intelligence at EM Normandie.

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