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Yesterday we hosted an event with Anton Fishman on "Fourth Industrial Revolution Series: The Impact of AI and Deep Learning on Organisations and The Future of Work".
Following on from Andrew Fox's recent article about the potential impact HR leaders could be making in their business through becoming "genuine key contributors to organisations".
This week, The Business Transformation Network brings you a selection of current topics from the world of Technology with a focus on the growing use of video.
Top 5 Trends in Global Video
Research has shown that video will significantly shape the future of business and technology. Video can provide better storytelling opportunities, customer engagement and improve control over content creation.
These are the top 5 trends in the global video in an IP-based world.
As part of the BTN's partnership with HR Congress, we bring you an insightful webinar from HR Guru, Dave Ulrich, who delves into the emerging competencies needed in today's world on how HR can become a Strategic Positioner.
In this episode, Dave looks at what it takes to be a great HR professional. What does Dave think it takes to be successful? He provides context around HR competencies and the details about strategic positioning.
Watch the other webinars below:
“The key to unlocking your proactive change initiatives”
In this exclusive video for The BTN, Jacqui Alexander (Change Expert) discusses organisational change and the concepts behind successful changes at pace.
Jacqui introduces the concept of change and who is responsible for managing and encouraging change. She then looks at the 6 main principles of changing at pace from personal investment to focusing on needs and building organisational association for the change. Jacqui also provides examples of how these can be implemented in practice in organisations.
Back in April 2016, only 15% of UK voters picked Jeremy Corbyn as the best leader for this country, fast forward just over a year and that number has more than doubled to 35%, a 1% lead on Theresa May; making it the first time that a Labour leader has polled ahead of a Tory leader since 2008. What makes this shift even more remarkable is the speed in which Corbyn has won the hearts of many. Labour’s hopeful manifesto inspired young voters across the country, and their turnout was more than 60%.
Martin Blackburn (UK People Director at KPMG) introduces the first in a 4 part series about Diversity and Inclusion by looking at the influence of D&I in the workplace.
Martin brings to light the 4 areas of focus that KPMG aligns their efforts to, which include but are not limited to:
In the latest video from Andrew Fox (Group Head of HR Retail Banking & Wealth Management at HSBC), Andrew looks at the way businesses are thinking about how they need to innovate in their respective markets. He believes that is an organisation fails to transform, they are at real risk. This is often due to the fact they simply aren't very agile.
Many organisations are beginning to create innovation hubs outside of their own traditional organisation due to the belief that innovation may be stifled, if kept within the business.
Employee silence occurs when employees make conscious decisions to not provide information, opinions and feedback, raise issues or make suggestions. It can occur for a number of reasons, such as a belief that providing an idea or feedback is futile as it will be ignored, or a fear that expressing a view differing from that of colleagues or management risks professional relationships, job opportunities and security.
In my previous series of articles, I addressed the urgency and desire for organisations to address enhancing Employee Experience in a bid to rapidly adapt their ability to attract, on-board, train & develop, enable and empower employees to be as collaborative, innovative and productive as possible – in a bid to stay ahead of their competition in the Industry 4.0 era.
The growth and impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be likened to the opening of Pandora’s pithos (which translates to a jar and not a box as it is incorrectly known). The myth describes Pandora (her name meaning ‘all-giving’) being sent with her jar to Epimetheus (the brother of Prometheus) as a gift from the God Zeus.