Don't trade worker well-being for AI-enabled productivity, this Wharton professor says

While AI can boost productivity, it's critical not to overlook its impact on worker well-being, says Wharton School Assistant Professor Stephanie Creary

As generative AI becomes more prevalent in the workplace, how might this technology affect worker well-being?

Stephanie Creary, assistant professor of management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, studies organizational behavior, including questions about diversity, identity, and overwork, among other topics. She spoke with Deloitte Insights at the Thinkers50 gala in London, an organization and event celebrating achievements in business and leadership research, and she shared her perspective on the trade-offs between maximizing productivity at work and “working well” in an AI world. Watch the video to learn more. 

More about our spotlighted speaker

Stephanie Creary was honored in the Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2023, a list produced in collaboration with Deloitte US, spotlighting business and management thinkers whose ideas are most likely to shape the future. For more information about the Thinkers50 Radar list, visit

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