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Best practices for a successful AI Center of Excellence: A guide for both CoEs and business units

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As AI becomes table stakes, companies are rallying around building AI Centers of Excellence. Certainly, they’re needed to create early wins, build demand, and scale AI initiatives. Yet, AI CoEs cannot operate in a silo. To be successful, they must collaborate with business teams in the organization — all of which have their own priorities and directives. Download this free whitepaper that addresses how CoEs and business units can work together to ensure success and best results.

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  • How CoEs can position themselves within an organization to ensure success
  • How business units can collaborate effectively with an AI CoE to achieve their goals
  • How to prevent false starts, resistance and roadblocks to your AI initiatives
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