Data is everywhere. From surveys and website tracking to wearable devices and people analytics, today’s world is driven by data. Things will only grow as we trek towards the future of work. Each week I talk to leading futurists on my podcast, The Future of Work Podcast, and the topic of data frequently comes up. Here are what some of my recent guests have said about data, how we can use it, and what organizations and employees need to do to better leverage it.
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AI is everywhere. Each week I chat with HR leaders, authors, and futurists on my podcast, The Future of Work Podcast, and artificial intelligence is a frequent topic. It’s on everyone’s minds and will no doubt play a large role in the future of work. Here is what a few of my guests have had to say about the potential of AI and what organizations and individuals can do to prepare for its growth.
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Most people start their careers with high hopes and expectations of what the future will bring. But as time moves forward and you get settled in a job, things might not be as great as you hoped they would be, and you’re faced with the question of if you should stick it out in your current situation or move on to something new.
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