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"I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots"
- Albert Einstein
5 Ways Blockchain Will
Early adopters are already using blockchain-inspired approaches in certain HR areas. These use cases offer HR leaders a glimpse of what is about to come. Gartner predicts blockchain will create $3,1 trillion in business value by 2030. Although a significant amount of these returns will result from value generation and efficiency improvements in current operating models and business processes, the real value will come from the way it enables a paradigm shift in how societies, businesses, customers, partners and individuals interact, create and exchange value.
Artificial Intelligence is Winning More Hearts in the Workplace
The relationship between human beings and machines in the workplace is undergoing major transformation. At the same time, AI is shaking up manager and employee dynamics and expectations. How can HR teams and managers help make sure that these relationships are reshaped so that organizations and their employees win now and in the future?
5 Ways Technology is Changing the Face of HR
With potentially groundbreaking HR technology solutions emerging, we are seeing a tech boom that is fundamentally reshaping the way we work — and how we think about HR.
According to the 2019 HCM Trends report from The HR Federation, global HR technology venture capital has topped $3,1 billion this year, more than triple the amount invested in 2017. While there is a range of technologies, some of the most interesting — and disruptive — examples are powered by artificial intelligence and automation. Here are five other ways technology is changing the face of HR.
By 2020, 30% of global midmarket and large enterprises will have invested in a cloud-deployed HCM suite for administrative HR and talent management, but will still need to source 20% to 30% of their HR requirements via point solutions.
This whitepaper highlights six emerging HCM technologies out of 30 from Gartner’s 2018 Human Capital Management (HCM) Hype Cycle that are either in early proof-of-concept stages or have had some success stories in the media.
HR Technology Market 2019: Disruption Ahead
Cloud-based core HR systems are expanding and growing in number and an everincreasing number of new companies are building AI-based talent tools to reshape the entire talent management landscape. Players such Google, Microsoft, IBM, Salesforce, and Facebook are entering the space, leading me to believe the markets for HR technology and workplace technology are merging.
Josh Bersin takes a dive into the eleven seismic shifts he sees taking place. While HR has always had the responsibility for staffing, payroll, employee relations, and general employee development, today a new set of talent issues has appeared, raising a new set of questions that must be addressed
The Changing Workplace and Future of Automation
With the likes of Uber, Amazon, and Deliveroo changing the way we live, shop, work and consume content, innovation is happening faster than ever before.
In light of economic uncertainty, it is becoming even more vital for businesses to deploy cutting-edge technology to maintain competitiveness. Over the course of the next year, board-level conversations will be dominated by ways to ensure a seamless customer experience, formulating tactics to embrace disruptive technologies, as well as grappling with the implications of the future workplace.
11 HR Tech Trends to Watch
The 2010s are over, and what a decade it is been for HR tech. From flexible working to the rise of the gig economy, a wave of tech solutions have sped up and automated HR processes. This has allowed us to manage people like never before.
Now we are entering the 2020s, though, what big tech trends can the HR sector expect next? As we did ahead of 2019, and 2018, we have asked HR and People experts around the world.
Changing HR Technology Trends in 2020
The HR technology market is exploding to keep pace with recent workforce disruption; there is been a $16 billion investment in it in the last ten years, and half the companies were founded within the last two years.
This technology is increasingly being backed by venture capital funding and private equity firms, meaning innovation and competition are at an all-time high.
AI at Work: It is Time
to Embrace AI
HR has the opportunity to be the agent of change in the next wave of IT consumerization. In April 2018 study titled “AI at Work” conducted by Oracle and research firm Future Workplace led to some surprising findings, among them the fact that 93% of people would trust orders from a robot at work, and that 70% of employees are already using AI in their personal lives—whether for entertainment, ridesharing, personal finance, or personal relationships.