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Leadership and Artificial Intelligence

  • Artificial intelligence (AI) is of rising importance in these days. AI is increasingly used in various company fields. Nonetheless, no high-quality scientific sources could be found stating the use of AI in the field of leadership. This research gap is addressed with this elaboration by performing expert interviews with leaders. In total seventeen companies could be questioned. The results indicate that AI is not widely used in leadership yet since only one company uses it currently and just about 10% of the participants plan the implementation in the closer feature. While the following items ex- plain why companies want to use AI in leadership: Chances for automation, time and cost savings, many important disadvantages and issues prevent companies from actively using it now: No areas of application are known, no need justifies the use, human interactions as a key aspect of leadership is reduced and it is hard to collect all necessary data. Beyond that, it was aimed to identify changes in the field of leadership through the use of AI. This objective could not be addressed due to the limited number of participants using AI in leadership. Keywords: Leadership, artificial intelligence, transformation, state-of-use

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Author:Jan Bings, Marvin Schwenkmezger
Series (Volume no.):ZIFET working paper series (21-001)
Place of publication:Koblenz
Editor:Harald F.O. von Korflesch, Kornelia van der Beek
Document Type:Part of Periodical
Date of completion:2021/02/25
Date of publication:2021/02/26
Publishing institution:Universität Koblenz, Universitätsbibliothek
Corporative Author:Zentrales Institut für Scientific Entrepreneurship & International Transfer
Release Date:2021/02/26
Volume (for the year ...):2021
Issue / no.:21-001
Number of pages:86
Institutes:Fachbereich 4 / Institut für Management
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das deutsche Urheberrecht: § 53 UrhG