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Work and Leadership in An Age of AI and Robotics - Phnom Penh

Join Prof. Jones in Phnom Penh!

AIMED AT Master Degree and Executive education
EVENT TYPE IE Informative sessions
DATE 19th July 2018
TIME 19:00 - 21:00 Local time
LANGUAGE English
EVENT FORMAT Face to face
Work and Leadership in An Age of AI and Robotics - Phnom Penh

In recent years, you have been hearing more about Robotics, “Big Data” and Artificial Intelligence (AI), and their capabilities to transform business decision-making.  At minimum, automation technologies put enormous pressure on firms to keep innovating.  But what are their wider implications for leadership and management? 

This session will look at how these technologies are already being applied in fields like Retailing, Finance, Consulting, the Law, Journalism and Medicine. It will then seek to answer questions like, “What have we learned about good management in this ‘Brave New World’?  How do these technologies change optimal team structure and behavior? What are the implications for societies and nations? In other words, what do we already know about making best use of teams as the impact of Robotics, Big Data and AI spread?”

 

About the Speaker

Dr. Milo Jones has been a Visiting Professor at IE since 2008. In the past, he has worked in senior positions in several international companies, and served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps.  He is the co-author of Constructing Cassandra:  Reframing Intelligence Failure at the CIA, 1947-2001, published in 2010 by Stanford University Press (for a description, see this video). In addition to teaching "Geopolitics" and "Intelligence Tools for the Business Professional", Milo serves on several boards and consults on strategy and the application of intelligence frameworks to business and financial problems. He is currently researching the geopolitics of automation and digital technologies.

Our speakers

Strategy | Intelligence Analysis | Geopolitics | Investing

IE professor since 2008. Worked for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in New York, for Accenture in London and served in the United States Marine Corps. In addition to his PhD from Kent, he holds an MA with Distinction in International Relations, an MBA from London Business School, and a BA from Northwestern University