By | Ramesh Ranjan | Professor HRM @ Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship | Founder & Editor www.humanengineers.com
The advent of technology has changed all the aspects of our lives and HR is no exception. Digital technologies facilitate greater integration and flexibility, thus allowing employees to have a great voice and share their work experience.Technology is impacting how organizations manage their workforce, hire new employees, comply with regulations, and handle HR data. Technology is poised to disrupt HR and redefine the future of the human resource department. Today, every aspect of HR is impacted by the tools of technology to further enhance people processes and workforce capabilities.
These digital disruptor’s are bringing major changes in the human resources industry and the management solutions that are used. Technology has completely redefined the role of human resources worldwide, from being an administrative unit in the organization to its increasing role as a strategic partner in growing the business.
A 2018 U.S. survey showed that 77% of HR leaders use data analysis to better understand how to communicate with employees while 79% use automated HR solutions to help them take a more strategic role in their organization.
“As money comes to HR technology, so do new ideas and smart people. The result: we are seeing one of the most innovative times ever in the HR technology market.” – Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte
I was asked to talk on Artificial Intelligence in HR (Interview) by Jansons School of Business, Coimbatore and the same has been published in “DOMAIN – Journal of Management & Research” published by them.
I am addressing these questions :
- Can you kindly tell us about how AI technologies will impact Human Resource functions in the corporate world?
- We would like to know your take on how AI-integrated systems help in teaching and training employees?
- How quick is the adoption of HR-related AI technologies in the Indian business arena?
- What is your opinion on the future of interaction between AI and HR areas?
Here it is………