AI Conference: Preparing Business Leaders

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May 22​ – 23​
Santa Clara, California, USA
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AI Conference: Preparing Business Leaders
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Join us for a welcome message from Nicholas Igneri, Chief Learning Officer at AACSB International, and Ed Grier, dean at Leavey School of Business. Roy Mathews of Deloitte will share key findings from Deloitte’s State of Generative AI in the Enterprise report including trends, business impacts and challenges.
Ed Grier
Dean, Leavey School of Business
Santa Clara University
Nicholas Igneri
Senior Vice President and Global Chief Product Officer
AACSB International
Roy Mathew
National Practice Leader, Higher Education
Deloitte LLP
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Andreas Kullberg
Astrid AI
Kian Gohar
Founder and CEO
Opportunity to hear from business leaders as they discuss how AI is reshaping their work and how business schools need to adapt to equip students with skills for the AI-era.
Ahmed Farag
Director CSA, Azure App Dev.
Keyur Desai
Former Chief Data Officer
TD Ameritrade
How can we use generative AI to transform the world for the better? Hear how you can prepare students to tackle some of the world’s most challenging issues using the latest technologies.
Generative AI is elevating our teaching and learning methods. Join this session to hear innovative examples of schools that are using gen AI (beyond ChatGPT) in the classroom. Learn how teaching methods are shifting due to automation, and how AI tools can enrich the learning experience.
Business schools are increasingly integrating AI into their assessment methods. Join this session to discover the latest tools designed to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of evaluating student performance, while addressing concerns around academic integrity.
Gonzalo Tudela
Chief Executive Officer
Tawnya S. Means
Assistant Dean, Educational Innovation, Chief Learning Officer, Gies Online Organization, Gies College of Business
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
While 2023 was heralded as the year of GenAI, business school leaders are encouraged to strategically plan for new opportunities that lie ahead. This session will kick off by delving into key insights from AACSB’s report on Generative AI [add title once published], setting the stage for a deep dive into what the future holds for the sector. Join Alain Goudey, the associate dean of digital at NEOMA Business School, as we explore forward-looking projections for the industry. Participants will gain valuable guidance on strategic directions that can be implemented in their own institutions immediately and explore the horizon of innovative possibilities in business education through Generative AI and beyond.
Alain Goudey
Associate Dean for Digital
NEOMA Business School
Hanna McLeod
Director, Thought Leadership
AACSB International
This session will walk you through the process of creating the guidelines and generative AI policy for your institution. Hear one school’s example of how to adapt your academic policies to not only embrace gen AI, but also establish safeguards for responsible and ethical usage.
Johan Roos
Chief Academic Officer
Hult International Business School
Faculty roles are evolving to be guides and curators as they leverage AI tools to provide innovative and adaptive learning experiences. Is your school prepared to support its faculty in integrating AI and overcoming challenges of balancing theoretical knowledge with practical applications?
Inara Scott
Senior Associate Dean, Gomo Family Professor, College of Business
Oregon State University
Sandeep Krishnamurthy
Singelyn Family Dean, College of Business Administration and Singelyn Graduate School of Business
California State Polytechnic University Pomona
Whether you are new to AI, or looking to enhance your research capabilities, this session is a practical guide to numerous AI tools that will elevate and simplify your research process.
Business schools have an opportunity to collaborate closer with business, and with other business schools, in order to close the skills gap, innovate, and test new generative AI tools.