Wednesday, July 28, 2021

g-f(2)396 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE (7/28/2021), Insead Knowledge, Two CEOs, No Drama: Ground Rules for Co-Leadership




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Opportunity, The co-CEO model can actually work
  • There are times when the benefits of shared leadership can outweigh its risks. 
  • A leadership dyad can enable two people to lead in a unique, constructive way and, in doing so, surpass what could be accomplished individually. 
  • When two people are prepared to critically challenge and support each other, it can yield more creative and better-quality strategic solutions.
    Opportunity, Co-leadership can enable a collaborative culture
      • Having a healthy, high performing co-leadership structure sets an example to the rest of the organisation on how to successfully share responsibilities and work with one another.
                Opportunity, Combining different styles can result in useful complementarity
                  • Each leader has a natural propensity to lead in a certain way so combining different styles can result in useful complementarity. 
                  • Think of good cop/bad cop, optimist/pessimist, holistic/atomistic thinking and other common leadership dualities.
                  Alert, Coaching for co-leadership
                    • For a co-leadership structure to work, executive coaching is often needed. 
                    • Constant monitoring can ensure that the co-leadership runs smoothly. 
                    • Left to their own devices, the two leaders may devolve into separate worlds.

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                      Opportunity, The co-CEO model can actually work
                      • There are times when the benefits of shared leadership can outweigh its risks. 
                      • A leadership dyad can enable two people to lead in a unique, constructive way and, in doing so, surpass what could be accomplished individually. 
                      • When two people are prepared to critically challenge and support each other, it can yield more creative and better-quality strategic solutions.
                        Opportunity, Co-leadership can enable a collaborative culture
                          • Having a healthy, high performing co-leadership structure sets an example to the rest of the organisation on how to successfully share responsibilities and work with one another.
                                    Opportunity, Combining different styles can result in useful complementarity
                                      • Each leader has a natural propensity to lead in a certain way so combining different styles can result in useful complementarity. 
                                      • Think of good cop/bad cop, optimist/pessimist, holistic/atomistic thinking and other common leadership dualities.
                                      Alert, Coaching for co-leadership
                                        • For a co-leadership structure to work, executive coaching is often needed. 
                                        • Constant monitoring can ensure that the co-leadership runs smoothly. 
                                        • Left to their own devices, the two leaders may devolve into separate worlds.


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                                              Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries



                                              Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries is the Distinguished Clinical Professor of Leadership Development and Organisational Change and the Raoul de Vitry d'Avaucourt Chaired Professor of Leadership Development, Emeritus, at INSEAD. He brings a different view to the much-studied subjects of leadership and the dynamics of individual and organisational change. Bringing to bear his knowledge and experience of economics (EconDrs, University of Amsterdam), management (ITP, MBA, and DBA, Harvard Business School), and psychoanalysis (Canadian Psychoanalytic Society and the International Psychoanalytic Association), he scrutinises the interface between international management, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and dynamic psychiatry. His specific areas of interest are leadership, career dynamics, executive stress, entrepreneurship, family business, succession planning, cross-cultural management, team building, coaching, and the dynamics of corporate transformation and change. Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries directs The Challenge of Leadership Executive Education programme.

                                              He is the author, co-author or editor of thirty-five books and has published over 350 scientific papers as articles or chapters in books. His books and articles were translated into thirty-one languages. He is a member of seventeen editorial boards. He has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management. In 2011, he was awarded the Doctor Honoris Causa title by the IEDC-Bled School in recognition of his contributions to leadership development and research.


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                                              Tuesday, July 27, 2021

                                              g-f(2)395 THE BIG PICTURE OF BUSINESS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (7/27/2021), CNBC, Europe’s proposed A.I. law could cost its economy $36 billion, think tank warns


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                                              Alert, Europe’s proposed A.I. law could cost its economy $36 billion, think tank warns
                                              • The Artificial Intelligence Act — a proposed law put forward by the European Commission, the executive arm of the EU — will be the “world’s most restrictive regulation of AI,” according to the Center for Data Innovation.
                                              • The Center for Data Innovation is a part of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, which is backed by the likes of Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and NBCUniversal, parent company of CNBC.
                                              Alert, The Artificial Intelligence Act limits AI development and impose significant costs on EU businesses and consumers
                                                • “It will not only limit AI development and use in Europe but impose significant costs on EU businesses and consumers,” the organization said in the report.
                                                • The Center for Data Innovation argues that a small or mid-sized enterprise with a turnover of 10 million euros would face compliance costs of up to 400,000 euros if it deployed a high-risk AI system. Such systems are defined by the commission as those that could affect people’s fundamental rights or safety.
                                                • “That designation sweeps in a broad swath of potential applications — from critical infrastructure to educational and vocational training — subjecting them to a battery of requirements before companies can bring them to market,” the center said.
                                                • It argues that the “compliance burdens” will cost European businesses 10.9 billion euros per year by 2025, or 31 billion euros over the next five years.

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                                                            Alert, Europe’s proposed A.I. law could cost its economy $36 billion, think tank warns
                                                            • The Artificial Intelligence Act — a proposed law put forward by the European Commission, the executive arm of the EU — will be the “world’s most restrictive regulation of AI,” according to the Center for Data Innovation.
                                                            • The Center for Data Innovation is a part of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, which is backed by the likes of Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and NBCUniversal, parent company of CNBC.
                                                            Alert, The Artificial Intelligence Act limits AI development and impose significant costs on EU businesses and consumers
                                                              • “It will not only limit AI development and use in Europe but impose significant costs on EU businesses and consumers,” the organization said in the report.
                                                              • The Center for Data Innovation argues that a small or mid-sized enterprise with a turnover of 10 million euros would face compliance costs of up to 400,000 euros if it deployed a high-risk AI system. Such systems are defined by the commission as those that could affect people’s fundamental rights or safety.
                                                              • “That designation sweeps in a broad swath of potential applications — from critical infrastructure to educational and vocational training — subjecting them to a battery of requirements before companies can bring them to market,” the center said.
                                                              • It argues that the “compliance burdens” will cost European businesses 10.9 billion euros per year by 2025, or 31 billion euros over the next five years.

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                                                                    [genioux fact deduced or extracted from CNBC]

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                                                                    Authors of the genioux fact

                                                                    Fernando Machuca


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                                                                    ABOUT THE AUTHORS


                                                                    Sam Shead


                                                                    Sam Shead, CNBC.com

                                                                    Sam Shead (@Sam_L_Shead) is CNBC’s technology correspondent based in London.


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                                                                    Monday, July 26, 2021

                                                                    g-f(2)394 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE (7/26/2021), Media, The complex dialogue between the United States and China


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                                                                    Alert, China in its world of denial, Media
                                                                    Alert, Beijing's crackdown continue, CNN, NYTimes, Bloomberg
                                                                            Alert, Early stages of a cold war, CNBC, MSN
                                                                                          Opportunity, The United States wants strong but healthy competition with China, free of conflict, WSJ

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                                                                                              Alert, China in its world of denial, Media
                                                                                              Alert, Beijing's crackdown continue, CNN, NYTimes, Bloomberg
                                                                                                      Alert, Early stages of a cold war, CNBC, MSN
                                                                                                                    Opportunity, The United States wants strong but healthy competition with China, free of conflict, WSJ

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                                                                                                                            [genioux fact deduced or extracted from Media]

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                                                                                                                            Type of essential knowledge of this “genioux fact”: Essential Analyzed Knowledge (EAK).

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                                                                                                                            Authors of the genioux fact

                                                                                                                            Fernando Machuca


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                                                                                                                            The complex dialogue between the United States and China, Media, July 26, 2021, FT, WaPo, WSJ, CNN, NYTimes, Bloomberg, MSN, yahoo!finance.


                                                                                                                            ABOUT THE AUTHORS


                                                                                                                            Media, FT, WaPo, WSJ, CNN, NYTimes, Bloomberg, MSN, yahoo!finance



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