This week’s guest is Andy Lee, Founder, Chairman and CEO at Alorica. Today we are exploring what skillsets are needed for the future of work, why Andy feels that the AI hype is not based in reality, a look at the ethics and social responsibility behind outsourcing to technology, and how Alorica is investing in microlearning.
It’s no secret that technology moves quickly. Much of the technology we depend on today wasn’t even around five or 10 years ago. It’s an exciting time, but the growth of technology can also bring a lot of anxiety. People are worried about getting left behind and not being able to contribute at work or in society.
My guest today is Mike Fenlon, Chief People Officer at PwC US. Our conversation today revolves around PwC’s innovative Digital Accelerator Program that allows the organization to keep employees from feeling left behind in the fast paced digital revolution we’re living in. You will hear how it was created, how it works, how they keep managers from falling back into old habits, and how the program impacts not just employees, but the business community as a whole.
When most people think of tech hubs, Cleveland, Ohio isn’t the first place that comes to mind. But enterprise software company Hyland is bucking the trend and drawing top talent away from Silicon Valley and other big cities. According to Hyland CEO Bill Priemer, all it takes is a strong corporate culture and some out-of-the-box thinking.
My guest today is Bill Priemer, President & CEO at Hyland Software. Today you will hear Bill talk about how Hyland Software, a company headquartered in Ohio, is attracting and retaining the best tech talent and competing with the likes of the Bay Area. You will also hear how the company is using employee data to improve their operations, Bill’s take on the future of jobs as AI and automation increase, and the most valuable business lesson he has ever learned.
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.