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De Cremer’s vision is of a world in which human and algorithm work alongside each other, with managers liberated from humdrum tasks and computers helping to reinforce trust and augment decision-making.
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Has Warren Buffett Lost His Mojo?
Cunningham’s new book is “Dear Shareholder: The Best Executive Letters from Warren Buffett, Prem Watson and Other Great CEOs” (Harrison House-April 2020).
In our conversation, Cunningham discusses four of the 20 CEOs whose shareholder letters compose the book. He explains why, for example, Buffett wrote: “A hyperactive stock market is the pickpocket of enterprise”; opines that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos could be overzealous in his pursuit of a “lean” company and that Morningstar “may be at an inflection point.”
The professor’s most recent research article (March 3, 2020) is “The Case for Empowering Quality Shareholders” — that diminishing cohort who “load[s] up and stick[s] around,” as Cunningham, quoting Buffett, writes.
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De Cremer is provost’s chair and professor in management and organizations at NUS Business School at the National University of Singapore. He is the founder and director of the Center on AI Technology for Humankind, a platform developing research and education promoting a human-centered approach to AI development. His most recent book is Leadership by Algorithm: Who Leads and Who Follows in the AI Era?