Jana Eggers often tells people, “If you don’t want to learn, don’t use AI.” The point of using AI is to find new ways of getting more from our data. However, we often find ourselves just using it to replicate what humans would have done—sometimes better, sometimes just more efficiently. Jana covers a new angle for AI: how it can support, possibly even drive, you to being a learning organization.
Peter Senge first coined the term “learning organization” in the ’90s. The basic idea is that an organization that learns can consistently transform itself to gain competitive advantage. The five characteristics of a learning organization are: systems thinking, personal mastery, mental models, shared vision, and team learning. Jana reviews the benefits of a learning org and details how to build an AI program that can support you in achieving those benefits.
Jana Eggers is CEO of the neuroscience-inspired artificial intelligence platform company Nara Logics. An experienced tech exec focused on inspiring teams to build great products, Jana has started and grown companies and led large organizations at public companies. She’s active in customer-inspired innovation, the artificial intelligence industry, the autonomy-mastery-purpose-style leadership, and running and triathlons. Previously, she held technology and executive positions at Intuit, Blackbaud, Los Alamos National Laboratory (computational chemistry and super computing), Basis Technology (internationalization technology), Lycos, American Airlines, Spreadshirt (ecomm), and startups that you’ve never heard of.
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