Here is round up of what we’ve been reading on What’s Changing and What’s New, and more.
- If we focus on headlines and soundbites, it’s easy to panic about Artificial Intelligence. Which is what many headlines aim to do; to heighten our emotions and get us clicking out (clickbait) of curiosity, fear or excitement. However, if we choose to ground ourselves on a topic, then our decisions and actions are more likely to be well-informed. Check out this piece on 3 reasons not to panic about artificial intelligence, it touches on some of the issues surrounding the regulation and democratization of AI, and “Trustworthy AI”.
- Talking about “Trustworthy AI” the Toronto Chief of Police just ordered officers to stop using Clearview’s AI, an online facial recognition technology. The chief was apparently unaware that it was being used. As leaders, how much attention do we need to pay to every detail of the team or organization’s technology or decisions? As professionals, how much attention should be paying to the impact of technology and the direction our organization is taking, and how it may be impacting us? Would love to hear your thoughts, just hit the reply button.
- What does it mean for professionals and organizations to lead and manage change in today’s disruptive business environment? As we prepare for our upcoming Practical Change Management Masterclass, I joined Greg Roth from Harbinger SCR to discuss on how professionals and organizations can practically navigate The New Era of Change Management.
- Change is not always about technology, however, technology continues to be one of the significant and underlying drivers of change these days. And in many cases, helping to drive positive change. Here is how Technology and AI are helping to fight Coronavirus?
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Yvonne is a Change Strategist, Catalyst and Change Leadership Advocate who is passionate about working with professionals and organizations to help them successfully lead and transition through change. You can learn more about Yvonne at: www.yvonnerukeakpoveta.com and connect with her on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.