AI will ultimately prove to be #cheaper
, more efficient, and #potentially
more impartial in its actions than human beings. But such a scenario should not be cause for concern for managers. It just means that their #jobs
on things only humans can do.
Writing earnings reports is one thing, but developing messages that can engage a #workforce
and provide a sense of #purpose
is human through and through. Tracking schedules and resources may soon fall within the jurisdiction of #machines
, but drafting strategy remains unmistakably human. Simply put, our recommendation is to adopt AI in order to #automate #administration
and to augment but not #replace
EXPLORE EARLY. To navigate in an uncertain future, managers must experiment with AI and apply their insights to the next cycle of experiments.
ADOPT NEW KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TO DRIVE ADOPTION. AI will bring new criteria for success: #collaboration
capabilities, information sharing, experimentation, #learning
and decision-making effectiveness, and the ability to reach beyond the organization for insights.
DEVELOP TRAINING AND RECRUITMENT STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVITY, COLLABORATION, EMPATHY, AND JUDGMENT SKILLS. Leaders should develop a #diverse
workforce and #team
of managers that balance experience with creative and social #intelligence
— each side complementing the other to support sound collective #judgment
While oncoming #disruptions
won’t arrive all at once, the pace of development is faster and the implications more far-reaching than most executives and #managers
realize. Those managers capable of assessing what the #workforce
of the #future
will look like can prepare themselves for the arrival of #AI
. They should view it as an #opportunity
to flourish. 📍 Read full article https://hbr.org/2016/11/how-artificial-intelligence