In volatile times the worst decision is usually the one taken too late. Too often decision-makers can’t wait for all the facts. They must therefore build or strengthen their capability to make decisions under uncertainty.
Unfortunately the human brain is not well-wired for doing so. This webinar will show you how to take better decisions despite the limitations of human reasoning.
The webinar discussed the following topics:
Understand the cognitive biases that affect decision-making
Avoid falling into bias traps
Use structured analytical tools to limit the impact of cognitive limitations on strategic thinking
The webinar was presented by Dr. Dorian Selz CEO & Co-Founder, Squirro, The Insights Company. Serial entrepreneur with experience in everything digital, in particular Search, Artificial Intelligence, Analytics, Big Data, Strategy, company & team building, financing, etc. Hall of Fame – Top 100 Digital Shapers.
This webinar discussed how to transform unstructured data into meaningful insights. The presentation was focused on actual examples, discussing both business and technology aspects of the implementation, lessons learned and key take aways.
Safefood.ai – Global Food Risk Monitoring
Augmented Banking – Automated significant development detection
The webinar was presented by Marc Limacher (Founder & CEO at INOVIS) with the following subject.
The goal of every business, whether large or small, is to maximise its competitive advantage. Competitive Intelligence (CI) supports business decision making by enabling the timely discovery of opportunities and threats. Join OUR WEBINAR to understand the role of CI in ensuring the continuing stability and prosperity of a business:
Learn how to transform your CI team into a high impact/high value organisation that anticipates early opportunities, warns of looming challenges, and provides actionable, proactive solutions to management.
Understand the success factors to grow a high impact CI function that manages different types of risk, including the optimal use of primary source “informants” (HUMINT).