Whatever we think about the rise of AI, the indisputable fact is that the rapid development of AI will define the coming years. Moreover, changing technological conditions will also require new business management skills, says Jared Sparato, vice president of Microsoft.
With the specialist in October time Interviewed: During the conversation, Sparato mentioned that AI will be able to transform the organizational structure of large companies as well as the work of middle and top managers. “If it’s corporate planning, team planning, and you need a source of ideas, you usually call a colleague. I see that when it comes to brainstorming – and this is a fundamental innovation – soon we won’t need humans, because machines will be able to do it,” Sparato said. “This mission as well.”
According to Microsoft’s vice president, this phenomenon could reshape many things over time, from organizational structure to company culture.
Due to the emergence of artificial intelligence, the organizational hierarchy may also be restructured: in the future, companies may reduce the number of middle managers. Moreover, there are many stages of work that machines will be able to easily carry out instead of employees with little experience. “I see people reevaluating a lot of things. Is the way we organize ourselves ideal or is it based on outdated principles? Do we have a chance to experiment?'” Sparato pivoted.
“What skills are valuable? As far as I can see, there is an interesting mix of general leadership qualities. Everyone is a leader these days, and with generative AI tools, different work groups are ready for all kinds of instruction. New skill types are being created.” The Microsoft vice president added: “How to manage multiple domains at the same time, how to delegate tasks, how to judge your priorities and how to create harmony between things, etc.”