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AI in PR: What do we need to consider now?

The CIPR has introduced a new #AIinPR panel, which is being led by Ketchum’s Stephen Waddington.

It aims to understand what technology and tools already exist for PRs to use artificial intelligence in order to do their jobs even better. 970 more words


The Future of Work in US - How to rebuild the links among work, opportunity, and economic security for all Americans in the face of accelerating change

The challenge facing the United States today is to rebuild the links among work, opportunity, and economic security for all Americans in the face of accelerating technological change. 3,101 more words


The story of Jack the bored banker: The big secret to employee engagement

Guest blog by Siobhan McHale, CHRO at Dulux Group

“Anne Lewis” mulled over a problem she was having with a staff member as she queued for her morning coffee at the city’s popular Hole In The Wall Café. 987 more words

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Vivek Wadhwa appointed Harvard Law School Distinguished Fellow

Vivek Wadhwa is rejoining his former colleagues at Harvard Law School to run a critically important research project on the impact of technology on jobs and developing policies to mitigate the dangers. 470 more words


Robots Will Steal Your Job (But Only If You’re A Man)

Summary for https://www.websitebuilderexpert.com/robots-stealing-jobs/:

  1. We combined Carl Frey; Michael Osborne’s Oxford research paper: ‘The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation’ with publically available data from the International Labour Organization (ILO) to find the probability of automation for each gender and working sector in 33 OECD countries.
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Creating the exponential professional

This post is the third in a three-part series on the exponential professional, focused on how professionals, organizations, and regulatory bodies can bridge the gap between the professional of today and the exponential professional of tomorrow. 1,154 more words
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"Our people matter"

Bullshit is still rife in corporate life in 2018.

Nowhere is this more apparent than in the corporate vision and strategy – in particular, for any corporate seeking to ‘transform’ itself over the next few years to ‘disrupt’ itself, lest it be ‘disrupted’. 389 more words

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