The Role of AI in Strategic Decision-making

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Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

The Role of AI in Strategic Decision-making

Do you think Artificial Intelligence (big data, self-learning software, digital networks, algorithms) represents an entirely new way of strategic decision-making?
Or is it just a very powerful operational decision-making support tool?

  Sreejith
Business Consultant, India
 

AI Should Continue as a Facilitator of Operational Competence

The relevance of AI is basically as a computational facilitator. I believe strategy has and should have a human-centric element.The higher computational competence can inform the strategic setting, but should not control or govern its outcome.

  Rahul Mehta
Analyst, India
 

Data, Predictive Analytics and Artificial Intelligence can Augment, not Replace Human Intelligence… BUT

As a business analyst and consultant, I find that instead of using analytics to augment human intelligence, managers very often just abdicate their role and let algorithms decide for them.
I have experienced this in different industries, different countries and at different management levels.
Some managers do it as a "playing safe" approach in decision making.
I feel this approach is shrugging responsibility.

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Managers Remain Responsible for AI Augmented Decisions

I feel such approach by managers is ignorant, irre (...)

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

The Responsibility of Business Analysts and Consultants in Predictive Analytics and AI

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