Humans and Machines: Planning for Our AI-Augmented Future
With human workers at all levels increasingly collaborating with intelligent machines, here’s how organizations can develop the new disciplines needed to optimize the capabilities of both.
Most businesses today realize that driving diversity and inclusion throughout their organizations is an imperative. This is because diverse and inclusive teams are able to apply a broader range of knowledge and skills, they’re better at recognizing and solving problems that others may overlook, and they’re more likely to understand the real, often unarticulated needs of the people they design products and services for. What’s more, inclusive teams tend to produce better results faster because they operate with higher levels of organizational self-awareness, performance and innovation.
However, simply hiring people from diverse backgrounds does not automatically make your company a future-of-work champion. In order to make diversity truly inclusive, companies need to encourage their diverse workforces to work together effectively. This e-book highlights diversity and inclusion from different viewpoints, outlines the business case, and proposes three ways for businesses to effectively pursue diversity and inclusion practices to master the future of work.