People, not just ID numbers
In the world of expanding digitalisation, big data, systems and IT, companies may run the risk of thinking about their people through ID numbers. They may focus on processes and KPIs, and miss the opportunity to differentiate through the human side of their people.
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With recent advances in AI technologies, it is predicted that robots may soon enter the world of work on an unprecedented scale. Within the next few decades we may see more and more robots working alongside humans in business, healthcare or education. Or we may not see them but, as chatbots become more and more commonplace, we may still interact and even develop further relationships with them.
Millennials already constitute an increasing percentage of the workforce, as baby boomers retire and Generation X move up in the ranks. Some of the earliest millennials already work in managerial positions and are transitioning from managing millennials to employing them. Over the next three years, this trend will have a significant impact on companies of all sizes.