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Unleashing The Decentralised Workforce 

Unleashing The Decentralised Workforce  | HR Transformation |
An untapped workforce will utilise digital infrastructure to achieve its economic potential outside of traditional employment, changing the nature of work, the firm, careers, education and welfare.
Andrew Spences insight:
This is the first article from my new Workforce Futurist Newsletter - please subscribe and share!

There are many ways to earn in 2020 - from labourers to playbourers, preachers to teachers, carers to sharers. 

As jobs unbundle into tasks, new types of organisations, markets, platforms, and work ecosystems will evolve that are better suited for our needs in the Digital Covid Age. 

This long read has some ideas, examples and questions for our most important work yet - rebuilding resilient, fair, and prosperous societies.

Would love your thoughts....

Kerry A's curator insight, August 31, 5:14 PM
An interesting perspective that offers many challenges; not only to the world of work but to society in general.... one may even suggest it to ‘revolutionary’!
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Let Them Eat Tech

Let Them Eat Tech | HR Transformation |

Let Them Eat Tech is my latest account of HR Tech Congress in Paris in October 2016.

The smell of revolution was in the air...

Andrew Spences insight:

Plenty of insights, links and useful resources from HR Tech Paris.  

With Gary Hamel, Daniel Thorniley and others.

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How Natural Language Processing can Revolutionize Human Resources

How Natural Language Processing can Revolutionize Human Resources | HR Transformation |
Natural Language Processing is an ever-growing interest area in the analytics application spectrum and is highly relevant for HR.
Andrew Spences insight:

Most HR business engagement generates high volumes of natural language, which is unstructured data.


Think about areas like recruitment, employee feedback, surveys, appraisals, learning, legal cases, counseling etc.


Additionally, legacy HR processes and forms can be re-engineered to accumulate ever increasing volumes of natural language data.


Potential benefits to HR are to enable greater accuracy and speed to key HR business processes and improving HR metrics.


They also reduce human bias in decision-making application. Examples include resume scoring and survey analysis.


Watch this space...



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HR Trends for 2017

HR Trends for 2017 | HR Transformation |

What's new for HR in 2017?

The collective insights of the industry's thought leaders, from Oracle.

 (free 18 pg PDF report requires quick sign-up)

Andrew Spences insight:

I have vague recollection of pre-Christmas drinks in a basement bar in London where we talked all night about music, politics and....HR.


In very good company an eclectic mix of loud-mouths, analysts, journalists, bloggers and even a HR leader or two.  The challenging task of holding this all together was done by the patient Andy Campbell (who doesn't usually read The Daily Mail allegedly)


Thankfully, Simon Heath was on hand to graphically summarise the conversation.  Whoever did the scribing did a good job as the report is a pretty good read..

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