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[Webinar] Deep Learning vs. Profound Wisdom – Continuous Improvements of Systems & Technology

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[Webinar] Deep Learning vs. Profound Wisdom – Continuous Improvements of Systems & Technology

Click this link to register today for the webinar

Join us March 4 at 12 PM ET for “Deep Learning vs. Profound Wisdom – Continuous Improvements of Systems & Technology,” an IndustryWeek hosted webinar, sponsored by Sage X3

While the current wave of  “Deep Learning” business applications is showing some success, its potential is limited to its heavy reliance on data and the fact that it often ignores the fundamental principles of System Thinking, Lean Operations, and Agile Management—a concept captured in W. Edward Deming’s phrase, “Profound Wisdom.”

In this webinar, we will explore how an understanding of the fundamental principles underlying successful organizations is critical to achieving transformational results from implementing the modern technologies of Industry 4.0.

We will also examine some large-scale applications that failed due to a naïve reliance on “black box” approaches, which led to predictably poor results.

Takeaways:

  • Leverage technology using System Thinking to identify and address Systemic problems instead of simply reacting to symptoms
  • Understand the ‘right way’ to sequence and incorporate new technologies into your existing system to improve the quality of your investment
  • Apply the winning formula: Good People + Good Technology wins every time

This webinar is a must for anyone looking to apply modern technology to drive performance improvement and risk reduction in complex, human-driven organizations.

  • Date: Thursday, March 4, 2021
  • Time: 12 PM ET
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Cost: Complimentary

Click this link to register today for the webinar

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