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Prescriptive Analytics in HR

Prescriptive Analytics in HR

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Prescriptive Analytics

Prescriptive analytics is supposedly the ultimate level you can reach in analytics. Using your data and analysis to prescribe (or suggest, or nudge) possible actions that will lead to the desired result. Of course, the opportunities for prescriptive analytics in the organisational domain are numerous (if the people want to cooperate…).

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AI and analytics: please improve my experience!

AI and analytics

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Time to replace your battery

At my home I have an alarm system. Sometimes a battery in one of the components needs to be replaced. I get a text message (WhatsApp) from the company, and via a link in the message I can order a new battery (or, for a higher price) ask a mechanic to come along and do it for me. So far so good. The battery is received and after a couple a weeks delaying this task, I replace the battery (always in time, I know they warn me weeks ahead of a possible component failure). The security company does not like this. On the second day after I have received the battery, they start chasing me via WhatsApp. “It is time to replace your battery!”. “Please replace your battery!”. I have been a client of this company for over 20 years. I always replace the battery. Why don’t they know by now there is no need to chase me? If their system was only a little bit intelligent it could be more adaptive. The chasing frequency (and maybe also the chasing tone) could be adapted to the characteristics of the client.

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12 HR trends for 2020 – Part 2

HR trends

Read more about the HR trends 2020 in Part 2:
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12 HR trends for 2020 – Part 1

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Five years trend sensing

The HR Trend Institute was founded in 2014. In the last five years every year in November we published an overview of the HR trends we sensed for the coming year.

2015: 9 emerging HR trends for 2015
2016: 1 HR trends for 2016
2017: 10 HR trends for 2017
2018: 8 major trends for 2018
2019: 10 inspiring HR trends for 2019

HR professionals like to learn about the trends, and our annual trend overview is increasingly popular. Below an overview of the number of viewers (on November 24, 2019) of each of the posts. 2019 still has some catching up to do, but the gap will be closed in the coming months.

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Finding employment, mental health, and the barrier between them.

Finding employment, mental health, and the barrier between them.

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It was mental health awareness week recently, at least in the UK, where people were invited to discuss issues around mental health (or MH) and raise awareness of the problems faced by those who are affected by mental health problems. As far as the world of work goes, much of the focus was how people in work should think about the issues. There was very little in the way of detailed explanations of how we can actually work on the issues, at least in my little window to the world. And we really need to work on these issues. It’s estimated that last week 1 in 6 people would have experienced a mental health problem at some point in their lives. Given this growing demographic, we as HR professionals need to firstly better understand MH and understand how we can address some of the MH issues faced in the workplace.

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Future of Work & Workforce with Blockchain

Future of Work & Workforce with Blockchain

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The world is moving fast! The gig economy, robotics, and cognitive technologies are impacting the workforce’s education, skills, and career development. Understanding these impacts is crucial for ensuring countries can manage the risks and opportunities for inclusive economic growth, according to Deloitte. The government, business, and society need to work together to support a dynamic workforce that is able to reskill and upskill constantly.

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AI and Automation in HR: Impact, Adoption and Future Workforce – Part 2

AI and Automation in HR: Impact, Adoption and Future Workforce - Pt.2

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has been changing our lives for decades, but today its presence is bigger than ever before. Sometimes, we don’t even realize it when a new AI-powered system, tool, or product appears and outperforms us, humans. In fact, AI is affecting human life on all kinds of levels varying from. Read pt. 2 of the exciting blogpost.

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Useful personal technology for HR professionals

Useful personal tech for HR professionals

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In an interview I was asked the question: “What tools and technology do you use at the HR Trend Institute? Do you walk the talk?”.

The HR Trend Institute is a small organization. No ERP, no CRM, no pulse surveys and no real-time sentiment analysis of our e-mails. I can give an overview of the applications I personally use, and I think many of them can be very useful for HR professionals. I am not sponsored by any of the applications I mention, so no worries! In alphabetical order:

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AI and Automation in HR: Impact, Adoption and Future Workforce – Part 1

AI and Automation in HR: Impact, Adoption and Future Workforce - Pt.1

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has been changing our lives for decades, but today its presence is bigger than ever before. Sometimes, we don’t even realize it when a new AI-powered system, tool, or product appears and outperforms us, humans. In fact, AI is affecting human life on all kinds of levels varying from:

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Cultural Analytics, its implications and use cases – Part 2

Cultural Analytics, its implications and use cases - Part 2

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Today’s world is more interconnected than ever before, across continents, companies, institutions, generations and cultures. But how do we handle the increased speed and pressure that accompanies this interconnectedness?

In this article I will review the topic of culture and launch the concept of cultural analytics using multiple examples. When leveraged correctly, cultural analytics can create a competitive advantage for your business.

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