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Building the future of work with data, ML, and empathy
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
What's the future of work? It's a world where data and machine learning help companies tailor work to employees. It's also one in which social agility is paramount, and leaders employ empathy as a primary skill.
The workforce of the future will run on data, ML, and empathetic leaders
Post-pandemic, savvy companies are applying the lessons they learned from it—especially vis-à-vis their workforce. In this podcast, David Linthicum talks with Workday’s Greg Pryor about how companies can use data and machine learning technology to improve their employees' experience. They also discuss the future of work. The upshot? Employees will need to ramp up their social agility and build strong connections, and leaders will need to develop empathy as a primary management skill.
One of the new personal and organizational capabilities that we need to build is this topic of social agility, our ability to produce productive connections more quickly in a more agile world.
Greg Pryor is senior vice president, people and performance evangelist at Workday. He is responsible for applying Workday’s technology to optimize the company’s internal talent management programs, including leadership and manager effectiveness, learning management, career engagement, and performance enablement.
The employee experience is core to how organizations find the talent they need to not only survive, but thrive in today’s world of disruption. Leading organizations need to expand their view of what makes an organization "simply irresistible."
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