By 2025, over $400 billion spent on digital technology, with $30 billion of that on Human Resources — but the majority of investments will fail to drive the business case promised. Why? Because year over year 74% of organizations repeat the same ineffective methods of training and change management that fail to empower employees.
Guests Nicole Lindenbaum, Director of Product Marketing at PeopleDoc Inc., and Holger Mueller,VP & Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, discuss how technology is changing the way we work but we haven’t necessarily changed the way we work with technology.
This episode will give you more comfort in letting technology into every aspect of your world, especially your work world! Plus, @NicolePeopleDoc and @holgermu share their #SHOEY! And besides the hashtag, there is nothing techy about that!
- UNLEASH – The Work of the Future of Work
Guests Julie Knight-Ludvigson, CMO of @Topia a technology firm that helps company literally move their employees around the world and ChinaGorman, Managing Director for @UNLEASHGroup America, join Lorne to discuss how work has changed and will continue to do so. From finding and keeping the best talent (wherever they may be and letting them work from where ever they are),
- EP 82 – Bill Kutik Discusses What’s new in HR technology
Today we are hearing from HR Technology expert Bill Kutik. His forte is having 30 years of historical knowledge about all HR systems and people and remembering almost all of it. Bill talks about Chabot’s and the hundreds of Artificial Intelligence technology lines that companies are telling.
Bill has over 30 years experience is human resources technology
- UNLEASH – Workplace Culture 2.0 Do you want to design an intentional culture that drives winning results and captivates your organization in a way that delivers unparalleled enthusiasm and positivity? Silly question but most organizations have issues building and maintaining an effective workplace culture. Plus, they don’t recognize the role technology often plays in this process.