New priorities for leadership in the new world of work


Posted by Steven Hatfield and Anne-Claire Roesch on August 22, 2018.

As machines augment people in performing routine physical and process-based work, thanks to robotics, automation, and cognitive computing, the work people do is changing, opening the door to new opportunities for people to add value to customers, companies, and communities. In turn, what leaders expect—and what is expected of them—is changing, too. How are you developing leaders for the future of work?

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HR in a digital workplace

HR in a digital workplace

Posted by Mark Bowden, Rajesh Attra, and Greg Vert on July 21, 2017.

Ever since the first industrial revolution, humans have needed to support processes by performing mundane, rule-based work. Now that technology is catching up in the digital revolution, humans can be released from those clerical and transactional roles to deliver the value of which we are capable. We see many examples in HR where this transition is already occurring. But the real opportunity is for HR to take ownership for blending and enabling a workplace mixed with human and digital talent, while leading the organization toward the augmented workforce of the future.

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