The AI Leader

The AI Leader

Mastery of Humans and Machines in the Workplace

By J. Mark Munoz & Al Naqvi

Artificial intelligence and robotics have defined and redefined work environments worldwide. Using interviews. stories, news events, and research, the book highlights the new realities of business and leadership in the world of AI and provides meaningful insights to help executives lead in the contemporary work environment.

Hardback, 166 Pages

ISBN:9781785279935

August 2021

£25.00, $32.95

  • About This Book
  • Reviews
  • Author Information
  • Series
  • Table of Contents
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  • Podcasts

About This Book

Artificial intelligence and robotics have defined and redefined work environments worldwide. Utilizing stories, news events, and academic research, the book highlights the new realities of business and leadership in the world of AI and provides meaningful insights to help executives and corporations manage and succeed.

The business and academic communities would find the book insights useful in understanding the basic notion of artificial intelligence and its impact on an organization’s success. The book discusses strategies that executives can use to best manage business in an AI environment. Written with an equally educational and fun approach, the book covers practical business strategies that will help managers succeed in an AI world.

Reviews

“I would strongly recommend any executive in AI to read this book. It will provide you with the tools to define your future in the field.” — Errol Koolmeister, Product Area Lead Engineer, AI Foundation, H&M Group

“Very interesting and thought provoking. An insightful and relatable introduction to the potential of AI in business. The book provides a lot of examples to help shape my future thinking at work. A comprehensive good read.” —Tanu C Wadhwa, Business Transformation Manager, Herbalife Nutrition

“I really appreciate that The AI Leader focuses on the importance of responsible AI leadership. The ramifications of poorly executed approaches to AI are too great to not ensure that we are practicing ethical and responsible leadership. —Randy Grieser, Founder & Chief Vision Officer, ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership

“A vast exploration of what is needed for modern AI leadership and comprehensive interviews offer insightful viewpoints into the future. Highly recommended reading for all business leaders." —Lasse Rouhiainen, International Author and Keynote Speaker on Artificial Intelligence

“A wonderful mix of interviews, advice, and cautionary tales, Munoz and Naqvi have woven together a handbook all managers who wish to be responsible leaders must read. The AI Leader is full of clear descriptions, timely advice and sage, ethical considerations.” —Jim Sterne, Digital Analytics Association Director Emeritus, Author, Consultant

Author Information

Al Naqvi is a researcher, professor, and entrepreneur in artificial intelligence. He has extensive experience in designing and developing machine learning applications. 

Mark Munoz is a professor of Management and International Business at Millikin University, and a former visiting fellow at Harvard University. He received multiple recognition including best research paper awards, international book awards, the ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award, and a Global Academic Excellence Award.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Why AI Leadership?; Chapter 2 Intelligence Comes Alive; Chapter 3 A Leader Who Tames Machines; Chapter 4 The Three States of an AI Leader; Chapter 5 State 1 Leadership: Business Context; Chapter 6 State 2 Leadership: Strategic Ownership; Chapter 7 State 3 Leadership: Stakeholder Responsibility; Chapter 8 AI Leadership and the Way Forward; References; Index.

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