July 16

Do you have a policy for AI at the office?

👀 Are your employees using AI? Are you sure?

Last week an association brought me in to give their board members an intro to #chatgpt and its #ai cousins. The goal of the program was to…

1️⃣ Show them what ChatGPT (etc.) can do and
2️⃣ Open their eyes to the changes coming to their industry and
3️⃣ Set the stage for them to lead their own companies as well as the industry/association into the future.

😮 One board member (a CEO) came up to me after the session and said, “This blows me away. During your session I texted my marketing guy to tell him about it, and he said he had been using it for 6 months!”

👉 If you’re a leader in your organization, you need to help your team understand how and when to use AI tools. And they need guidelines to do so.

If you don’t have a policy (or if you’ve outright banned it), here’s what is happening.

🤥 The early adopters are using it without guidance and maybe without your knowledge. They may feel like they shouldn’t tell people because others will think they’re cheating. They may think it’s their secret weapon and don’t want to give it away.

😇 The rule followers might see the potential or see others using it, but they’re hesitant until they have some guidance.

😳 The non-techies may be quietly fearful. They may not really understand the concept and may need training.

Right now I’m working on a new program to help companies ask the right questions to develop an AI policy. Does your organization have guidelines? Are you using it at work with their permission?


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business essentials, communication


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