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What are the opportunities for automation in HR?

What are the opportunities for automation in HR? | HR Transformation | Scoop.it

"What are the opportunities for automation in HR?"

a guest post by me on HR Zone.

Andrew Spences insight:

Covers impact of cloud, robotic process automation (RPA), AI, machine learning, chat bots and blockchain.

 

Also asks, what might be the impact on HR and careers? 

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From chatbots to measuring the lifetime value of employees: AI is rapidly augmenting HR

From chatbots to measuring the lifetime value of employees: AI is rapidly augmenting HR | HR Transformation | Scoop.it

New article from brand new site, The People Space.

The robots are coming, and they want to improve your HR processes. How will artificial intelligence affect the critical areas of recruitment, employee engagement and talent management?

Andrew Spences insight:

Good article highlighting the potential of AI in augmenting HR.

 

With examples from

  • Talent Management - early identification of talent; predicting likelihood of success, helping succession planning; and the linking of people data to business performance to create “a measure of lifetime value”.
  • Employee Sentiment  -  2 examples of tools already available in this area: Talla, which is mainly focused on answering questions related to recruitment, and Jane, which acts like an HR service centre.
  • Recruitment - using pattern recognition that can be missed by us humans with all our preconceived ideas and biases
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Automation and the Future of the Recruitment Function

Automation and the Future of the Recruitment Function | HR Transformation | Scoop.it

This article by Kevin Wheeler, moves from the general and breaks down exactly where AI could automate recruitment in a few years time.  

Andrew Spences insight:

By breaking down the recruitment process, Kevin identifies areas where automation could improve recruitment.

 

This includes chatbots, emotion recognition, simulations, predictive analytics.

 

Many companies are doing aspects of this already, but the reality is most recruitment operations have only automated a tiny percentage so far.  

 

The article also discusses the impact on careers, as the recruiting function is redesigned into a more personalised, advice-orientated function.

Thomas Bordenave's curator insight, June 27, 2017 6:43 AM

By breaking down the recruitment process, Kevin identifies areas where automation could improve recruitment.

 

This includes chatbots, emotion recognition, simulations, predictive analytics.

 

Many companies are doing aspects of this already, but the reality is most recruitment operations have only automated a tiny percentage so far.  

 

The article also discusses the impact on careers, as the recruiting function is redesigned into a more personalised, advice-orientated function.

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Future of Work and Organisations - Flipboard Magazine

Future of Work and Organisations - Flipboard Magazine | HR Transformation | Scoop.it

This is another magazine I curate to keep on top of trends. Including >260 articles on people management, technology, demographics, workplace and rethinking organisations.

Andrew Spences insight:

Another magazine on "Future of Work" you ask?

 

Why is this important to HR Transformers?

 

Everything we thought we knew about WORK is changing.  Business strategies and goals are changing at the moment. If we are supporting our business goals as a data analyst, psychologist, HR Director or Rewards Manager – this IS relevant.

 

Of course, Futurology is a futile and somewhat daft activity. We can’t really predict the future. A Buddhist monk once told me, that every thought we have about the future is really just interpreting our current world view.   

 

That said, when we are making decisions on what our organisations and workforce will look like in the future, a set of recurring themes emerge.

 

So bookmark this magazine, share and please  suggest good articles/resources I can add from your own research.

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