Professor Charles Fine, Ph.D., President and Dean, Asia School of Business, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Chrysler LGO Professor of Management, MIT Sloan School
Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)
Date : January 25, 2018
Time : 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Price : $15.00
|2018-01-25 08:00:00 2018-01-25 09:30:00 Asia/Singapore 2018_01_25 Artificial Intelligence - Future of Jobs - Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre) AmCham Singapore|
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Artificial Intelligence is permeating into the collective consciousness of today’s corporate world. While businesses are examining ways in how best to deploy Artificial Intelligence to increase efficiency and to achieve a competitive advantage, the workforce is concerned about how Artificial Intelligence will impact their jobs and the required types of skill sets to remain relevant. In his talk, Professor Charles Fine will share some ideas from MIT on how to remain relevant in this brave new world.
Professor Charles Fine is the founding
President and Dean of the Asia School of Business in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, a
collaboration between the MIT Sloan School of Management and Bank Negara
Malaysia, the country’s central bank. For more than 30 years at MIT Sloan,
Professor Fine has taught MBA and Executive Education courses in Operations
Strategy, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management, and Innovation. He led
the collaboration between MIT Sloan and the Indian School of Business on
manufacturing curriculum development (2011-14), and was a founding co-director
of MIT’s Tata Center for Technology and Design (2012) and a founding
co-director of MIT’s Communications Futures Program (2002). He previously
served as co-director of MIT’s International Motor Vehicle Program (1993-1998).
Professor Fine’s recent research focuses on the development of principles for entrepreneurial companies to build operations strategies and capabilities consistent with their business objectives. His previous work addressed strategic supply chain design principles for fast-clockspeed manufacturing and service industries.
Professor Fine has an AB in Mathematics and Management Science from Duke University, and an MS in Operations Research and a PhD in Business Administration (Decision Sciences) from Stanford University. He is the author of Clockspeed: Winning Industry Control in the Age of Temporary Advantage, Perseus Books, 1998.
Professor Fine has consulted and taught widely in industry, with clients including Accenture, Axiata, Agile Software, Alcan, BellSouth, Best Buy, Boeing, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bombardier, Booz-Allen, BP, Caterpillar, Chrysler, Delphi Automotive, Deutsche Bank Alex Brown, Embraer, ESI, Fidelity, Fluor, GE, GM, Goodyear, Gore, HP, Honeywell, Intel, Kodak, Li & Fung, Lockheed-Martin, Lucent, Mercury Computer, Merrill Lynch, Microsoft, Motorola, 3M, NCR, Nokia, Nokia-Siemens Networks, Nortel, Novartis, Oracle, Polaroid, Porsche, PTC, Research-in-Motion, Rolls-Royce, Schlumberger, Sematech, Sony, Tata, Teradyne, Toyota, TRW, Unilever, Volkswagen, Volvo, Walsin Lihwa.