Winning Executive Buy-In For AI Initiatives in the Enterprise – with Leaders from PwC, Genpact, CONVOY, and

Riya Pahuja

Riya covers B2B applications of machine learning for Emerj - across North America and the EU. She has previously worked with the Times of India Group, and as a journalist covering data analytics and AI. She resides in Toronto.

02 – Winning Executive Buy-In For AI Initiatives in the Enterprise@2x-min

AI has emerged as a powerful tool with the potential to revolutionize industries, drive growth, and unlock unparalleled opportunities for organizations. As AI technologies continue to advance, many businesses are keen on harnessing their potential to gain a competitive edge and stay ahead in the market.

However, despite AI's promising possibilities, one crucial challenge that often arises is gaining executive buy-in for AI projects. Convincing top-level executives to invest in AI initiatives can be complex and multifaceted. Executives may have encountered unfulfilled promises or skepticism surrounding AI's capabilities, leading to a hesitancy to embrace it fully.

A recent survey from KPMG shows that C-suite executives may still be hesitant regarding AI adoption. Two-thirds of executives polled reported feeling uncomfortable accessing or using data from advanced analytic systems. Although AI has made significant strides in specific companies, there is still a need to boost executi...

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