Webinar: Implications of AI on Business Schools and Lifelong Learning
Jenny Stine Ann Trumbore Meg Regan Rob Dietel
Presented by Co-Authors Jenny Stine and Ann Trumbore, Academic Research Group, with panelist Meg Regan, Senior Director, Executive Programs, Office of Executive Education, Lecturer, Work & Organization Studies. Moderated by Rob Dietel, Director, Executive Programs, MIT Sloan School of Management.
If the goal of business education is to equip workforce leaders to master AI’s opportunities and challenges, new linguistics, skills, technologies, strategies, ethics, and world views will have to be understood and embraced by existing management and cadres newly entering the workforce. However, the state-of-the-art AI that needs to be taught is itself just beginning to emerge ….
What can be said from our investigation is that almost every business school we spoke with is responding to the AI challenge in some fashion, including experimenting with curricular changes and new process technologies, exploring cross-disciplinary collaborations, or even creating new schools or academic units.
Conducted by the Academic Leadership Group
Authors: Jennifer Stine, Anne Trumbore, Toby Woll, and Heber Sambucetti
Final Report, November 4, 2019
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Held Noon Eastern
Thursday, January 23, 2020