The Algorithmic Leader
How to Be Smart When Machines Are Smarter Than You
Page Two, 2019
Algorithms give leaders the freedom to “reimagine” their enterprises.
Futurist consultant Mike Walsh warns business leaders that the algorithmic age is coming, ready or not. An “algorithmic leader” lets machines do what they do best: find connections in the data to provide insight into customer needs. Leaders then focus on connecting platforms, people and partners. Machines will augment the work humans already do, and leaders will be designers of exceptional experiences to their customers. Algorithmic leaders connect work to their people’s identity and purpose.
About the Author
A pioneer in digital space since the 1990s, Mike Walsh founded and ran Jupiter Research – one of the first research agencies to track the early adoption of e-commerce and digital business models by online consumers – in the Asia Pacific.
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