Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence
An ECLF Event Series in Four Parts  |  June – October 2024

Earlier this year a group of companies met to jointly re-launch and re-shape the ECLF community, and to decide what theme to choose for our activities in 2024. Not surprisingly, we agreed to focus on Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence, from the big picture to tangible implications for Business and L&D. Based on this decision, we have developed a monthly online executive dialogue series which will start in June and culminate with our annual meeting in November.

Each session of the series features a world-class thought or practice leader, who will share their perspective for about 20-30 minutes and then engage in an intimate dialogue with all of you who attend. Other than in typical webinars or conferences, this executive round table format allows for a high degree of contextualization and exchange.

  • Session 1: Pascal Kaufmann, Mindfire – The AI Revolution | June 13, 2024
  • Session 2: Rimma Boshernitsan, Dialogue – The Future Runs on Intuition | July 16, 2024
  • Session 3: Eve Psalti, Microsoft – AI-Driven Business Transformation | September 13, 2024
  • Session 4: Detlef Hold, Roche – Unleashing AI for Capability Development | October 14, 2024

We will summarize the key insights from each conversation.


Event Terms and Policy
  • Participation in the event series is open to ECLF members and personally invited guests.
  • Invitees will receive a zoom link with instructions how to attend.
  • Attending the event series is free for ECLF members, who can bring along guests from their company at no charge. Please share with us who you intend to invite so we can assure curation.
  • ECLF Re-launch Special: Invited non-member guests may attend the first two sessions free of charge and book the entire series of four sessions for a nominal fee of USD 600. 

If you are interested in the ECLF community and would like to receive an invitation, please contact us. Please note that ECLF events are vendor-free, and we extend invitations to senior executives from large organizations only.