In a virtual session conducted by People Matters, Vikrant Khanna, Partner, and Asia Lead, Advisory, Alight Solutions shared what makes a successful HR technology deployment whilst exploring the journey that organizations have taken in order to balance deployment effectiveness, business priorities, and employee experience.
Jill has been associated with SAP for the past 10 years now. Prior to this, she was overseeing all operational functions of the SAP SuccessFactors business as Chief Operating Officer and Head of Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ).
With the latest technologies coming into the industry, the HR wave has covered all the possible aspects of growth across domains. We are in the year 2020, and, industry leaders are expecting a significant change in this function with challenges that are currently a red flag likely to disappear in the future.
A lot of organizations are struggling with the challenges around upskilling in the context of automation of work. Studies indicate that only 18% of global IT workforce have a sense of their career path in the automation ecosystem.
A recent analysis of OECD data covering 200,000 jobs in 29 countries breaks AI’s job displacement effect into three waves: algorithmic (until the early 2020s), augmentation (to late 2020s), and autonomy (to mid-2030s).