Zugriffsrechte erwerben. Einloggen

Integrated Intelligence

Combining Human and Artificial Intelligence for Competitive Advantage, plus E-Book inside (ePub, mobi oder pdf)

Ulrich Lichtenthaler

Diese Publikation zitieren

Ulrich Lichtenthaler, Integrated Intelligence (2020), Campus Frankfurt / New York, 60486 Frankfurt/Main, ISBN: 9783593443928

Getrackt seit 05/2018



Ulrich Lichtenthaler is Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at ISM - International School of Management in Cologne, Germany.

Ulrich Lichtenthaler ist Professor für Management und Entrepreneurship an der ISM – International School of Management in Köln. Er gilt als einer der führenden akademischen Experten zum Management Künstlicher Intelligenz und verfasste zahlreiche Artikel zum Thema für internationale Publikationen wie die MIT Sloan Management Review und das Wall Street Journal.

Beschreibung / Abstract

Integrated Intelligence as a Competitive Advantage
How can companies profit from artificial intelligence? So far, most firms use AI tools primarily for enhancing efficiency and automating jobs.
However, artificial intelligence provides many more opportunities!
Ulrich Lichtenthaler shows that companies can achieve an unbeatable competitive advantage by making AI a core part of their innovation
strategies. The targeted integration of human and artificial intelligence, which goes beyond standardized applications, enables an enhanced
form of intelligence, a super-intelligence or Intelligence x.
This book will show executives, HR professionals, and consultants how to gradually develop Intelligence x in large and medium-sized organizations and how to use SMART leadership principles and the I3 – Integrated Intelligence Incubator as tools for building a unique intelligence architecture.
With detailed guidelines for implementation and with many examples from the world’s most innovative companies as well as from start-ups,
»Integrated Intelligence« reveals how executives can achieve a sustainable competitive advantage through intelligence-based business models.


  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Part A: Relevance
  • Chapter 1: The competitive relevance of artificial intelligence
  • Chapter 2: The isolated ignorance of many established businesses
  • Chapter 3: The strategic focus of the world’s most innovative companies
  • Part B: Framework
  • Chapter 4: An intelligence-based view of company performance
  • Chapter 5: Combining & complementing human and artificial intelligence
  • Chapter 6: Renewing & recombining human and artificial intelligence
  • Part C: Strategy
  • Chapter 7: Business innovation & evolutionary fitness
  • Chapter 8: Core competencies & competitive advantage
  • Chapter 9: Value creation & value capture
  • Part D: Organization
  • Chapter 10: Internal organization & external ecosystems
  • Chapter 11: The No-Human-Interaction paradox
  • Chapter 12: The SMART leadership framework
  • Part E: Implementation
  • Chapter 13: Corporate initiatives and moving from HR to HAIR
  • The I3 – Integrated Intelligence Chapter 14: Incubator
  • Chapter 15: Avoiding typical pitfalls in execution
  • List of figures
  • List of tables
  • List of abbreviations
  • Endnotes
  • Index

Ähnliche Titel

    Mehr von diesem Autor