17. November 2020
When looking for a high-level position in Executive Search, stakes skyrocket at a colossal speed. Obviously it’s a lot at stake when you need to find or replace, let’s say, the CEO of a company. The reality of the digital age is pushing us to delegate (if not hand over completely) some of the tasks to machines. Computers with their elaborate neural networks are already better at a lot of tasks that a regular human being with its short concentration span and flawed attention for detail may struggle with. Not to mention Artificial Intelligence, which can do even more elaborate things like predicting with an astonishing accuracy what your next word in the search bar is going to be. But how about finding a new CEO to replace the freshly resigned one?! Well, yes and no.