The Power of AI to Transforming Your Business
Virtual Open Info Session
Munich
The Power of AI to Transforming Your Business
Virtual Open Info Session
Munich
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DATE AND TIME Wednesday, June 29, 2022
01:30 p.m. - 02:30 p.m.

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The Program.

AI brings about a paradigm shift that calls for a new approach to merging global leadership with technological expertise. To bridge this need, IESE Business School and Fraunhofer Academy have joined forces to offer a singular program that addresses AI from both corporate strategy and implementation standpoints.

Delivered in a three-module blended format – an online module and two 4-day residential modules in Munich and Barcelona – the program is ideal for CEOs, board members, and top-tier executives. It combines intense learning and peer group interactions with practical application to your company through AI idea generation, AI readiness assessment, and a 100-day implementation plan.

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Benefits.


Sampsa Samila
Sampsa Samila received his PhD from Columbia University (New York, NY, USA) in Mathematics and his MSc from Helsinki University of Technology (Espoo, Finland; now part of Aalto University) in Mathematics and Economics. He has taught previously at Columbia Business School, Brock University (St Catharines, ON, Canada), and the National University of Singapore.

At IESE, Sampsa teaches artificial intelligence, innovation strategy, and competitive strategy in a range of programs from MBA and EMBA to senior executives. He is particularly focused on how new technologies like AI enable new business models, the challenges of organizing to develop the capabilities and deliver the value, and how to change the mindset of executives to understand the changes brought by these new developments. As the Academic Director, he designs and leads the Artificial Intelligence for Executives open enrollment program for senior executives. He has written a number of cases on Scribendi, Siemens, Uber, Amazon, and others. He is currently researching AI business transformation in different industries.
His work has been published in highly-respected journals such as American Sociological Review, Management Science, Research Policy, and Review of Economics and Statistics. His work has been discussed in Institutional Investor, Slate, Huffington Post, The Atlantic, Harvard Business Review, IESE Insight, and elsewhere.