Executive AI Roadmap: Guiding Your Organization to a Successful Generative AI Implementation with ChatGPT and Related Technologies

Executive AI Roadmap: Guiding Your Organization to a Successful Generative AI Implementation with ChatGPT and Related Technologies Training Description

Duration: 1 day

This one-day seminar is tailored for leaders who are eager to understand the strategic implications, opportunities, and challenges posed by Generative AI. We will provide insights into the business applications of these technologies, address concerns related to ethics and legality, and discuss the potential risks and rewards for organizations.

This is a hands-on class providing executives with experience using AI technologies. Using AI technologies will provide a complement to strategic discussions.

OPTIONAL ADD-ON: Executive Strategy Session
In addition to the core 1-day course, this the event can be expanded with an additional half-day strategy session. (Details below.) This is only available for private group training and is taught by ONLC’s executive management.

By the end of the course, you will have:

● Awareness of the Landscape:
Managers will understand the key players, trends, and potential future shifts in the Generative AI industry.

● Strategic Insight:
You’ll have learned about the potential areas of value, risks, and ROI considerations.

● Ethical and Legal Foundations:
You’ll be aware of potential ethical dilemmas, legal implications, and public relations considerations.

● Implementation Knowledge:
You will have explored best practices for implementation and integration, as well as the pros and cons of building an internal AI team versus outsourcing.

● A Solid Base:
With this foundation, participants will be well-prepared to brainstorm and discuss potential AI initiatives tailored to their organization’s specific needs and goals.

None, though a basic understanding of your organization’s technological infrastructure might be beneficial.

What’s included?

  • Authorized Courseware
  • Intensive Hands on Skills Development with an Experienced Subject Matter Expert
  • Hands-on practice on real Servers and extended lab support 1.800.482.3172
  • Examination Vouchers & Onsite Certification Testing- (excluding Adobe and PMP Boot Camps)
  • Academy Code of Honor: Test Pass Guarantee
  • Optional: Package for Hotel Accommodations, Lunch and Transportation

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  • Instructor-Led (the best training format we offer)
  • Live Online Classroom – Online Instructor-Led
  • Self-Paced Video

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Introduction to Generative AI
Overview of Generative AI: Why It Matters for Business Leaders
Strategic Implications of Generative AI in Modern Industry
Real-world Case Studies of Successful AI Implementations

Strategic Considerations
Identifying Opportunities: Where Can Generative AI Add Value in Your Organization?
Potential Risks and Challenges: Data Privacy, Security, and Ethical Concerns
Return on Investment (ROI): Evaluating the Financial Impacts of AI Projects

Understanding the AI Landscape
Key Players in the AI Industry: Who’s Who and What They Offer
Future Trends: What’s on the Horizon for Generative AI?
Industry Shifts since the Advent of Models like ChatGPT

Ethical and Legal Concerns
Navigating the Ethical Minefield: Bias, Fairness, and Transparency
Legal Implications: Data Rights, IP Concerns, and Global Regulations
Addressing Public Relations Concerns and Managing AI-related Crises

Hands-On Practice with Chat Tools
Using Generative AI Chatbots
Getting Started with Generative AI Chatbots
What is an AI Chatbot?
Using Different Types of Text Prompts
Using Basic Prompts with Chatbots

Getting Started with ChatGPT
Understanding ChatGPT
Starting a Chat with ChatGPT
Understanding the ChatGPT Screen Display
Learning ChatGPT icons
Knowing ChatGPT Limitations
Working with Examples of ChatGPT Prompts

Using Other GPT Chatbots
Google Bard
Microsoft Bing
Antrhopic’s Claude
Strengths and Weaknesses of Each

Creating Images with AI
Getting Started with Generative AI Images
Understanding AI Images
Understanding the Basic Structure of AI Image Prompts
Learning Tips for Creating AI Image Prompts
Reviewing Key Words to use in AI Image Prompts
Reviewing Words and Phrases for Different AI Image Styles
Adding More Details to Prompts
Working with Examples of AI Image Prompts

Getting Started with Bing Image Creator
Understanding Bing Image Creator
Getting Started with Bing Image Creator
Understanding the Bing Image Creator Screen Display
Learning Bing Image Creator icons
Knowing Bing Image Creator Limitations
Using Basic Prompts for Bing Image Creator
Using Different Art Styles with Bing Image Creator
Adding More Detail to Prompts with Bing Image Creator

Demonstration: Popular AI Tools Built on Foundation Models
Coding Tools
Text Creating Tools
Web Development
Microsoft Copilot

Managing AI Projects
Planning AI Projects
Building an Internal AI Team vs. Outsourcing
Key Considerations for Project Management in AI Initiatives
Ensuring Continuous Learning and Keeping Up with AI Innovations

Implementation and Integration
Best Practices for Implementing AI Solutions in Existing Infrastructures
Integration Challenges: Data Silos, Legacy Systems, and More
Monitoring and Evaluating AI Performance

EXECUTIVE STRATEGY SESSION (Optional Half Day for Private Groups)
Note: When this half-day strategy session blends two McKinsey frameworks for strategy development: Three Horizons of Growth + Capability Building. The strategy session assists executives in bringing clarity to their AI planning and is taught by ONLC’s executive management.

Introduction & Context Setting
Overview of Three Horizons of Growth and the Importance of Capability Building.
Session Goall: To map out AI opportunities across each horizon and identify the capabilities needed to realize those opportunities.

Horizon 1: Defending & Extending the Current Business
What immediate opportunities exist for implementing Generative AI to enhance current operations?
How can AI help in optimizing existing processes, increasing efficiency, or enhancing customer experience?
What skills, tools, or technologies are immediately required?
Are there any immediate training or hiring needs?
What infrastructure adjustments are necessary for these short-term projects?

Horizon 2: Developing Emerging Opportunities
How can Generative AI be leveraged for new products, services, or market segments?
Are there collaborative opportunities with other businesses or industries?
What new skills or capabilities should be developed or acquired for these medium-term projects?
Are there partnerships or collaborations that can help bridge capability gaps?
What cultural or organizational shifts are needed to support these emerging opportunities?

Horizon 3: Transformative Opportunities
How might Generative AI radically transform our industry or create entirely new business models?
What long-term visions or “moonshots” can we envision?
Given the long-term nature, what foundational capabilities should we start building now?
How can we foster a culture of continuous learning and innovation to stay ahead?
What strategic alliances, acquisitions, or investments might be needed to realize these transformative opportunities?

Synthesis & Prioritization
Review all the opportunities and capabilities discussed.
Prioritize them based on potential impact, feasibility, and alignment with organizational goals.
Identify quick wins (from Horizon 1) that can be implemented immediately and longer-term projects that need more planning.

Action Planning
For each prioritized opportunity, outline the next steps.
Assign responsibilities and set tentative timelines.
Discuss how progress will be monitored and evaluated.
Closing & Commitment