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Automating the Digital Workplace

Automating the Digital Workplace

Let’s start with the following proposition: A successful digital workplace is able to achieve and consistently maintain: Optimal operational efficiency. Exceptional customer experience. Enjoyable employee experience. Being operationally efficient means an organization is able to produce very high output using the fewest possible resources. Customer experience (CX) is ranked by

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5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Lighten Employee Workloads

5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Lighten Employee Workloads

Artificial intelligence (AI) will be a good thing for the digital workplace. Despite concerns about job redundancies and shifting enterprise priorities, recent research from global auditing company PwC suggests that, far from hindering employees or even making some jobs obsolete, AI will help workers achieve business objectives quicker and more

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Robotic Process Automation and Roombas: What Could Go Wrong?

Robotic Process Automation and Roombas: What Could Go Wrong?

The way robotic automation is revolutionizing work is truly amazing. I’m talking, of course, about the robot vacuum, Roomba.  You probably thought I was going to say robotic process automation (RPA). While RPA is also pretty remarkable, I want to talk about the robot vacuums first.

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Perform While You Transform: How I Digitally Transformed Our HR Department

Perform While You Transform: How I Digitally Transformed Our HR Department

As a vocational human resources (HR) practitioner — this is my calling, it’s not just a job — I am all about people. I was not about the technology side of things when I joined my company, a software solution provider, five years ago.

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Why Automation Might Not Be as Bad For Jobs as Predicted

Why Automation Might Not Be as Bad For Jobs as Predicted

Fears automation will result in significant job losses may be overblown, according to new research from the OECD. While the research indicates as many as one in seven jobs could be lost to artificial intelligence (AI) automation, those numbers are lower than what had previously been predicted.

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