There are multiple forces shaping our world of work-complexity, technology, artificial intelligence, analytics, digitization, connections and much more. Talent leaders at People Matters TechHR 2019 touched all these forces, sharing how we can navigate through complex and turbulent times by leveraging knowledge, exposure, access, connections, data, and ultimately the human element in HR. From global industry analyst Josh Bersin to Unilever CHRO Leena Nair, here is a compilation of the best of the sessions at People Matters TechHR India 2019.
HR Technology 2020: A new market emerges
The world is changing rapidly, having a vortex of technology, people, innovation, data, and AI- all wrapped together to bring a huge shift. Technology is holding a center stage and making its way in almost everything we do. Josh Bersin, an acclaimed Global Industry Analyst, talked about how new technology is changing the nature of HR and influencing employee experience.
Thriving in complexity
“Complexity is the new reality!” declared Ester Martinez, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters as she kickstarted the conversation at People Matters TechHR India conference. Watch the video to learn how the three key elements of knowledge, exposure and access can help business and talent leaders navigate complexity, build capacity and succeed in a complex landscape of work and people.
Data-driven approach to employee experience and business profit
Change is the only constant and analytics can prove to be a powerful tool to accelerate your business success in these changing times. Here are some tips from David Green, Managing Director- The People Analytics Program, Insight222 on a data-driven approach to employee experience and business profit
Here's a guide to flourishing in turbulent times
The mass extinction of dinosaurs and other lives created a void that enabled new species to arise and flourish, justifying the nature of changes that are extraordinary, and has an impact on our career, jobs, and lives. Understand from Ravi Venkatesan, Technology & Business visionary, Former Chairman, Microsoft India, Social Entrepreneur how you can flourish in turbulent times
The more you digitize, the more human you need to become
"As the world gets more connected, we’re getting more disconnected,” Leena Nair, CHRO of Unilever stated in her keynote. Leena Nair spoke about how companies need to think about utilizing technology to unleash human potential and how the more we digitize, the more human we need to become.
Augmenting human creativity in the age of AI
It has been clear for some time now that the one skill that we need not just to survive, but thrive, is creativity. Between 2015 and 2020, creativity has jumped seven spots in LinkedIn’s ‘Top 10 Skills’ index and is the third-most sought-after skills; just behind complex problem-solving and critical thinking. Watch this session by James Taylor, Business Creativity, Innovation and Artificial Intelligence Expert to take a deep dive into the science of ‘Super Creativity’ to generate, evaluate, develop and implement ideas quickly.
Discovering talent: The silver lining of crisis
93 percent of high performing organizations believe crisis uncovers talented leaders, said Ricardo Viana Vargas, Executive Director, Brightline Initiative. Let’s take a look at the following video what organizations need to focus on to make the most of a crisis.
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