Cognitive Leadership Cycle (CLC)
An evolution of Analytics, Expert Systems, and Cybernetics research, a fusion of Cognitive Computing with leadership tasks at the core of organizational decision-making cycles.
Leadership in Decision Support
The task of advising or leading decision-makers toward their goals, addressing risk and uncertainty, while ensuring ethical solutions.
Technology applications that mimic natural cognition (reasoning by know-ing/-ledge) in decision-making by integrating several methods in Computational Intelligence, e.g., machine learning, semantic rules/reasoning, graph theory, fuzzy or soft logic, multi-agents systems.
Management processes relying on computational intelligence to handle complex risks in high-frequency workflows, with greater reach and concurrency as well as less error and gaps than other decision-making approaches.