With Dr.Yossi Sheffi
With the expert input of Dr. Yossi Sheffi, this episode explores the implications of AI on job roles, skill requirements, and overall workplace dynamics, providing a comprehensive overview of what lies ahead in this transformative era. By listening to this episode, you'll not only stay informed about the latest advancements but also gain practical advice on how to adapt and thrive in an AI-enabled world, making it a must-listen for anyone interested in preparing for the future of work.
Dr. Yossi Sheffi is the Elisha Gray II professor of Engineering Systems at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he serves as Director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL). He is an expert in systems optimization, risk analysis and supply chain management, which are the subjects he researches and teaches at MIT, both at the MIT School of Engineering and at the Sloan School of Management. From 2007 to 2011 he served as Head of MIT's Engineering Systems Division. In these years he set up the administrative structure, launched a successful PhD program, hired and promoted several faculty members and set the long term strategy of the division.
Dr. Sheffi has been recognized in numerous ways in academic and industry forums, including the 1997 Distinguished Service Award given by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. He is the author of several books including his latest "The Magic Conveyor Belt: Supply Chains, A.I., and the Future of Work."