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Can you predict which high performers are at risk of leaving months before they resign? Merge external data with your own business metrics to project next year’s workforce demand? And can you triage resumes to predict employee success and tenure – before you hire? Here are just a few examples of how companies can gain smarter insights and stronger outcomes with workforce data analytics and cognitive computing.
- An elegant symphony: Synergy between human and machine
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An elegant symphony: Synergy between human and machine
|2018 Global outsourcing survey
Disruptive outsourcing leaps to the front. Our 2018 outsourcing survey of more than 500 executives from leading organizations indicates that disruptive outsourcing solutions—led by cloud and automation—are fundamentally transforming traditional outsourcing.
|AI, robotics, and automation
As AI and other advanced technologies permeate the workplace, skills such as critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving gain in importance. Leading companies are recognizing that these technologies are most effective when they complement humans, not replace them.
|The future of work
The future of work is being shaped by the rapid development and adoption of robotics, artificial intelligence, and the open talent economy. How can banking and capital markets organizations prepare for an augmented workforce in which humans and machines expand and extend work across the enterprise and ecosystem?
|Executive Insights on the future of work
The future of work is being shaped by two powerful forces: The growing adoption of artificial intelligence in the workplace, and the expansion of the workforce to include both on- and off-balance-sheet talent. What changes could be in store for the workplace, the workforce, and the nature of work itself?
Fears of AI-based automation forcing humans out of work or accelerating the creation of unstable jobs may be unfounded. AI thoughtfully deployed could instead help create meaningful work.
|The Future of Work: AI, Robotics, and, Yes, Humanity
As cognitive technologies make further inroads into the enterprise, traditional talent strategies are shifting, and executives are pondering the ramifications of an increasingly automated workforce.
|How do you retain your data scientists?
Retaining talent after a merger or acquisition is a common challenge for leadership. Especially as more companies scramble to add artificial intelligence and cognitive computing to their core competencies, what steps can they take to keep data scientists happy during post-merger integrations?
Many companies are experimenting with AI on a small scale, and a few have made a commitment that their organizations will be “AI first” or “AI-driven.” But what does this mean? What is AI doing or leading, and, in particular, what is the role of leadership in making organizations AI-driven?
|2018 Human Capital Trends
Organizations today are judged for more than their success as a business. They’re now being held responsible for their impact on society at large. Explore the 2018 trends below.
|Navigating the future of work
Issue 21 of Deloitte Review focuses on the future of work. Robots and artificial intelligence in the workplace. A dispersed workforce in which people work from anywhere, anytime. The need to constantly learn new skills to revitalize one's career. These trends and more are just part of what the future of work could entail—and we must surely adapt. Can we point business, workers, and social institutions in the same direction?
|The digital supply network meets the future of work
For companies looking to implement digital supply networks, the future of work could involve human-machine teaming that creates new, distinct roles for human workers, allowing them to add value based on their own unique strengths.
|The evolution of work
Deloitte tries to tap into the wisdom of crowds by asking leading thinkers to identify what they think are the most important driving forces shaping the work-related realities of tomorrow.
|A data-driven approach to identifying future leaders
Is a leader born or made? Executives and HR have historically held divergent opinions. The answer in fact lies somewhere in between.
|Can good behavior be habit-forming?
How do we expand our thinking of behavioral science—and habit formation—beyond the nudge? The first podcast from Deloitte’s 2017 Nudgeapalooza conference, focuses on how behavioral insights can improve outcomes in health, commerce, and public policy.
Read some of the latest Workforce analytics blogs. Vitamin D delivers bold, real-world strategies and inspiring success stories to help organizations gain the insight-driven advantage and achieve better outcomes.
Workforce case studies
Finding the balance
A predictive analytics application provides management with the insight to implement targeted retention initiatives that would drive innovation and insight through the power of data at a large, global pharmaceutical company. Read the case study.
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In our second annual survey, early adopters remain bullish on cognitive technologies’ value and are ramping up AI investments. But questions linger about risk management—and about who at the company will push projects forward.
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