Artificial intelligence can elevate workforce planning by providing insight into the key skills and growth potential of talent.
By Steven T. Hunt
Gartner predicts that by 2020, artificial intelligence (AI) will create 2.3 million jobs and eliminate 1.8 million. This shift will redefine the value that employees bring to the workplace, and in many cases, make people’s roles more strategic as machines start to take over manual tasks. However, AI’s impact on administrative roles is only the beginning—leadership roles are also set for disruption.
Moving up isn’t the only way to achieve successful career development.
By Beverly Kaye and Lindy Williams
Engagement surveys reveal, again and again, that individuals join organizations to pursue career possibilities and they leave organizations if those opportunities don’t materialize. In fact, a recent Gallup study reported that the majority of millennials—projected to be 75 percent of the workforce by 2025—say that professional growth and continued development is very important in their decision to join an organization or take on a new role.