Los Angeles (LA)

Technology Executives CEO Group

2nd Friday of the month |  8:00 am – noon |

Upcoming Meeting

Friday, April 12, 2024

Discussion Topic:

More: “Fast Returns from Generative AI”

A powerful new way to think of Generative AI was shared by Nvidia (Market Cap Growth: 10/22 $300B to 3/21/24 $2.300T = 760%) CEO Jensen Huang on March 18th as he opened his annual developers conference:
“There’s a new Industrial Revolution happening in these [server] rooms:
“I call them AI factories …Anything you can digitize: 
So long as there is some structure where we can apply some patterns, means we can learn the patterns, and if we can learn the patterns, we can understand the meaning. When we understand the meaning, we can generate it as well. And here we are, in the generative AI revolution.”

And how are we putting this to use? One key is to think of the data factory workflows that are typical of most businesses in terms of current business model components, such as:

 1.)   The customer experience journey (shaped by your value proposition for various target markets)

 2.)   The “suspect to prospect to customer acquisition funnel” (top of the hourglass)
1. The “customer success development funnel” [reference: active promoter, re-buyer, true customer (buyer and re-buyer) for your branded offerings in “customer perceived natural adjacencies”]

 3.)   The “team acculturation process” (orientation, training, and continuous attractive cultural messaging)

 4.)   Our “operational value chain” workflow and communications processes and

 5.)   Identifying potential strategic partners and ways to create priority mutual benefit with them.

Then to develop the best Generative A I “Data Factory Prompts” to increase the effectiveness and, or reduce the costs of appropriate workflow elements.

In addition to a brief presentation of graphics, of these business model components, we’ll discuss the following:

  • Have you and/or your “Gen AI Development Team” begun to “rapidly develop your own Gen AI applications” (possibly using your “data factory” to improve your “key business model component workflows”?
  • If so, how is this working for you? If not, do you plan to explore this in the next few months? Why?

As always, we’ll look to hear and discuss “What’s Keeping You Up Nights?,” and we’ll also serve as Strategic Advisory Board Members to Frank Yeager, President & CEO of Eckert & Ziegler Isotope Products, as he makes his Featured Member Presentation.

Session Dates

2024: JAN 12     FEB 9    MAR 8    APR 12    MAY  10   JUN  14    JUL 12    AUG 9    SEP 13    OCT 11    NOV 8    DEC 13

This Table meets on the 2nd Friday of each month.
Monthly meetings are held via Zoom with occasional In-Person events.

Past Discussion Topics Include

Your Use of Coaches - What's Working?

What's Working With Remote Work?

Key Issues Shaping Your 2021 Strategy

Negotiating - To Grow Your Company

No Code, RPA, & AI - Where Are You Using These?

Back To Work: How?

Prepping Effectively For Uncertainty

COVID-19: What’s Best for Your Company Now?

Strategic Partnering to Accelerate Growth
What's Worked for You? How? & Why?

Trends to Ride & to Deflect- Over the Next Two Years

Effective Remote Team Members - What Works?

Hiring & Retaining Key Talent - What Works?

Gaining Competitive Advantage With Analytics, How?

Key Issues Shaping Your 2020 Strategy