Evidence is building that both the business and the wider economic case for HR automation is now becoming just too compelling to ignore. Continue reading Is the HR automation juggernaut now unstoppable?
It’s becoming increasingly clear that, as a result of Lockdown, followed by attempts to get us back to the office somehow, the world of work is set to change. Continue reading Will the corona crisis permanently change HR?
Automated HR received a bit of a bashing last month, with critics alleging the approach has been found to be lacking in the human touch. Continue reading What Should We Take Away From Automated HR Hitting The Buffers At Amazon?
Influential IT trend-watchers Forrester and management consultancy McKinsey, often the perspective most listened to in the boardroom, have added their voices to the growing chorus of expert commentators who are convinced the Pandemic presents a unique opportunity to Automate as much as possible Continue reading Analysts Offer Important Clues About Our Automated Future
For EASY Software’s Michael Reiserer, to really start digitally transforming organisations, we’ll have to better link related content Continue reading Could Smarter Content Connections Be The Hidden Key To Successful Digital Business Process Innovation?
The graduates you hire this year won’t disrupt the workforce, they’ll quietly “elevate it” – and while they don’t see AI and automation as a no-no, they definitely will want an opportunity to work with AI and automation, rather than have it loom as a threat. Continue reading Gen Z People Are Already Tech Experts—But Still Fear Automation
It’s easy to only ever centre the HR automation conversation about the commercial (or government) sector, but that’s pretty short-sighted: non-profits and The Third Sector also have the same pressures around efficiency, cost and maximising of organisational delivery. Continue reading Will The 2020s Finally Give Us The HR Automation Ethical Issue Answers We’re Groping For?
A couple of weeks ago I shared my enthusiasm about going to the then-imminent AIIM Forum Europe expo and conference in London. Continue reading Reflections on the AIIM Forum – some takeaways on the Content Services market
Here’s the second in our series of conversations at the recent, and very successful AIIM Forum Europe held in London in November. thedmcollaborators Editor was able to network with some of the great and the good of the Content Services sector, and we continue to share some of the fruits of our conversations with them. This week we have Dave Tyler, who of course we’re sure you will know is Editor of both Document Manager and Storage magazines. Continue reading What Can We Expect In Our Sector In 2020?
Chief Evangelist and Past President of AIIM John Mancini has been looking at what Finance people are getting from our new robot helpers Continue reading Mancini: RPA May Already Have Become A Mainstream Tech