Overview

The Chartered Governance Institute UK and Ireland are delighted to be running a series of events dedicated to AI and held in partnership with Brunel University.

Each of our six topics will be led by the Dean of Brunel Business School and the Director of Brunel’s Research Centre for AI and AI Lab, Professor Ashley Braganza.

Topics include organisational change, business model innovation, culture and ‘What is AI and what does it mean for boards and senior management?’

Each topic is being delivered as a one-hour webinar, and two topics will be held as an in-person event in London.

Don’t miss out and confirm your place today.

1A & B- What is AI and what does it mean for boards and senior management? - 9 & 14 May 2024

Our launch event looked at ‘What is AI and what does it mean for boards and senior management?’. This conversation was led by the Dean of Brunel Business School and director of Brunel’s Research Centre for AI and AI Lab, Professor Ashley Braganza. He was joined by a panel featuring company secretaries and a representative from Diligent.

By the end of this session, you will:

  • Gain insights into AI-driven changes to board and senior management decision-making and governance.
  • Separate the hype from the reality of AI in governance.
  • Consider AI from different perspectives.

This event took place in at The Chartered Governance Institute’s offices in Farringdon, London on 9 May at 18:00.

If you were unable to attend this event, you can view the recorded webinar by following the link below.

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2 - AI Series: Strategy and Leadership - 4 June 2024

The second topic in our six-part series with Brunel University looks at strategy and leadership. This insightful webinar took place on Tuesday 4 June at 12:30 BST and was led by Professor Ashley Braganza.

By the end of this session, you will:

  • Recognise AI’s affects on strategic planning and governance.
  • Appreciate how AI can provide insights into risk management.
  • Value ethical leadership approaches in data driven contexts.

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3 A & B - AI Series: Organisational Change and Transformation - 11 & 16 July 2024

Next in our AI Series, sponsored by Nasdaq, we discuss change and transformation, and this topic will be delivered as in-person event in London on Thursday 11 July and as a lunchtime webinar the following week on Tuesday 16 July.

By the end of this session, you will:

  • Assess readiness for AI governance.
  • Grasp the challenges that boards have to address during transformation.
  • Explore ways in which CoSecs can support boards through transformation processes.

This event will take place in at The Chartered Governance Institute’s offices in Farringdon, London on Thursday 11 July at 18:00. Refreshments will be provided alongside networking opportunities. Places are limited, so book your place today.

If you’re unable to attend this event, you can join the webinar on 16 July from 12:30-13:30 BST.


4 - AI Series: Structural Changes, Talent Capacity and Development- 5 September 2024

The CGIUKI are delighted to be partnering with Brunel University on an exclusive series of webinars on AI.

The next in our series focuses on Structural Changes, Talent Capacity and Development and will be led by Professor Ashley Braganza, director of Brunel’s Research Centre for AI and AI Lab.

By the end of this session, you will:

  • Understand the implications of AI upon talent development.
  • Develop strategies to ensure continuous learning.
  • Examine how AI support structures that are flexible yet resilient.

5 - AI Series: Business Model Innovation - 9 October 2024

Join us for the penultimate webinar in our AI Series in partnership with Brunel University.

Our AI expert, Professor Ashley Braganza will led us through a panel discussion on Business Model Innovation.

By the end of this session, you will:

  • Learn about the evolution of business models.
  • Find out about AI-enabled business models.
  • Grasp the implications of business model innovation for good governance.

6 - AI Series: Culture - 14 November 2024

Our final instalment in our AI Series with Brunel University takes a look at AI’s impact on culture.

By the end of this session, Professor Ashley Braganza and his fellow panellists will enable you to:

  • Identify the importance of ethical and responsible use of AI.
  • Grasp the pros and cons of creating a data-driven culture.
  • Understand how to maintain employee resilience when co-working with AI.

Speakers

Professor Ashley Braganza, Dean, Brunel Business School

Dr Ashley Braganza, Dean, Brunel Business School

Professor Braganza is Dean, Brunel Business School and holds the Chair in Business Transformation. He is the Director of Brunel’s Research Centre for AI and AI Lab. The Centre is truly interdisciplinary with members drawn from the Engineering, Computer Science, Business School, Law, Arts, Health and Life Sciences. He is a regular contributor to AI policy developments, including the All-Party Parliamentary Group for AI. He has extensive research experience in the interplay of change and technology management, currently focused on the impact of artificial intelligence technologies in the boardroom and on the future of work, organisations and business models. The extent to which organisations change their strategy, practices, risk management, and culture in response to public perceptions of the use of AI technologies and algorithmic decision making is a significant issue. Professor Braganza used his interdisciplinary experience to design and launch a cross-cutting MSc AI Strategy.

Professor Braganza has held numerous leadership roles within Brunel University London and, before that, at the Cranfield School of Management. He is an advisor to boards of public and private sector organisations.

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Booking

Venue:
Virtual
or
The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland
Saffron House, 6–10 Kirby Street,
London
EC1N 8TS

Price: Free

11 July 2024
London 3A - Book now

16 July 2024
Virtual 3B - Book now

05 September 2024
Virtual 4 - Book now

09 October 2024
Virtual 5 - Book now

14 November 2024
Virtual 6 - Book now

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