26.03.2024
3 minutes to read

Seven strategies for implementing Generative AI in your organization today.

José Luis Delgado

In a world where Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is redefining the boundaries of what’s possible, falling behind is not an option. Imagine for a moment your main competitor doubling their productivity while you struggle to keep pace. Sounds daunting, doesn’t it? Generative AI is not just a tool for the future; it’s the present accelerating the success of those who adopt it.

Are you ready to explore the potential of Generative AI and keep your organization at the forefront? 

Here, we present a plan composed of seven key strategies not only to implement Generative AI but also to ensure a smooth and effective transition in your organization.

  1. Training, Training, and More Training: Empowerment through knowledge is the first step to successful adoption of any technology. A 16-hour training program, combining theory and practice, can prepare your team to lead in the era of Generative AI. Practical Example: Company XYZ implemented an internal boot camp, resulting in a 40% increase in AI project implementation in six months.
  2. Synergy Between IT and Data Teams: Collaboration between technology and data is essential. These teams are the heart that fuels innovation, understanding current capabilities and how AI can enhance them. Success Stories: Companies like ABC have seen significant improvements in operational efficiency by closely aligning these teams.
  3. Creation of a Specialized Task Force: This team will be the engine of your Generative AI strategy, promoting knowledge and breaking internal barriers. Their mission is to be the ambassadors of AI within your organization, ensuring that change is smooth and widely accepted.
  4. Data Governance and Security: Establishing solid governance ensures that only initiatives with a clear ROI are pursued, avoiding the trap of innovating for innovation’s sake. This includes rigorous analysis of data security and privacy, a non-negotiable aspect in the digital age.
  5. Effective Knowledge Management: Identifying and classifying knowledge and data is crucial. This step allows your Task Force to access valuable information, maximizing the impact of Generative AI initiatives.
  6. Controlled Proof of Concepts: Before widespread deployment, specific and measurable proof of concepts can prevent the proliferation of ineffective tools. Sharing results and learning fosters a culture of continuous improvement.
  7. Development of Enterprise AI: With the foundations already established, it’s time to introduce Enterprise AI to assist in specific tasks and decision-making. Always with human support to validate and complement results.

Conscious and responsible use of Generative AI can be a force multiplier for your organization, taking productivity and efficiency to new levels. However, it’s crucial to remember the importance of maintaining a balance, where technology amplifies human capabilities without replacing the unique judgment and creativity of humans.

The adoption of Generative AI is more than a trend; it’s a crucial step toward the future. By implementing these seven strategies, your organization will not only prepare for the present but also lead the way to tomorrow.

Are you ready to take the first step? If your answer is “yes,” write to us.

To learn more about Generative Artificial Intelligence, we invite you to visit our publication Guide to understand and select Generative Artificial Intelligence tools.