This week we were joined by Alexandra Levit, Future of Work speaker, author of “They Don’t Teach Corporate in College” and long time friend of #TChat. Alexandra talked with us about how disruptive technologies will empower the future of HR.
The next decade will bring huge change to the world of work. We discussed those disruptive digital HR technologies that will influence the form and function of HR in a various ways like how and where we work today, how we recruit and hire, and how we train and develop the workforce. The podcast also touched on which tools, such as email and those “sexy spreadsheets”, will likely adapt and continue.
Not every technological disruption will be adopted nor will it transform HR for the better, but the fact remains that empowering a better workplace and workforce has already started. Welcome to the future!
A1. The workplace used to be where the most innovative technology existed.. now its in employees pockets.. Embrace BYOD’S! #TChat
— Brian Fanzo (@iSocialFanz) May 20, 2015
A2: Then there's Big Data. Predictive analytics are the golden key to the strategic (vs. transactional) role HR has always wanted! #tchat
— Alexandra Levit (@alevit) May 20, 2015
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