You can use technology to simply replace workers. Or you can leverage it to "upskill" your workers so they can do more. Learn more about both in this video.
- So your work group solves problems by performing tasks.…But what happens when an increasing number of tasks…can be performed by software and robots?…If you manage a team in an office,…you probably aren't thinking much about robots.…But no matter what field you're in, you're probably finding…that software is increasingly doing a range of tasks…that we used to believe could only…be done effectively by humans.…So what does this mean for you as a manager?…Your responsibility to the organization, of course,…is to solve problems and to do it…as cost effectively as possible.…
If there's a chance to use technology, which can be cheaper…and more reliable that human labor, shouldn't you use it?…Let's take for example, the media business.…I used to be the editorial director…for a half dozen technology publications.…My writers would take information from a variety of sources,…synthesize that information, write their stories,…and then submit their copy for editing.…Somebody else would decide where that article would go…
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- Dealing with disruptive change and the new rules of work
- Establishing a new contract with workers
- Rethinking job qualifications
- Hiring for diversity and inclusion
- Identifying key skills for adaptive workers
- Helping your team become lifelong learners
- Leveraging automation for your team
- Becoming an adaptive manager
- Making human resources a partner
- Recognizing when your adaptive strategy is working