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Real Insights for the HR Executive: Creating a culture of innovation

May 30, 2017
From Advisory Institute

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Real Insights for the HR Executive: Creating a culture of innovation
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From the Advice Worth Keeping podcast series
Hosted by Michael DiClaudio, Principal, Advisory, People & Change,
KPMG LLP Management Consulting

 

Welcome to the first podcast in our Real Insights for the HR Executive series where we bring you a panel discussion excerpt from the 2017 KPMG HR Forum. Through customer-led stories and luminary insights, the KPMG HR Forum addressed best practices and game-changing disrupters to help companies deliver in today’s evolving workplace.

When creating a culture of innovation, many organizations face hurdles related to talent, capital, and time. Organizations are now at an inflection point in the way that humans and technology work together in the business ecosystem.

This podcast explores ways companies are utilizing cognitive automation as a way to shift workflow dynamics and unleash the potential for every employee to be an innovator.

Joining the panel for this session are:

  • Robert Bolton, Partner, Global HR CoE, KPMG in the UK
  • Elisa Holland, Director of the Innovation Lab, KPMG LLP
  • Jill Jones, Director of Strategic Alliances KPMG LLP
  • Todd Lohr, Principal, Automation, Integration and Information, KPMG LLP
  • And our host: Michael DiClaudio, Principal, Advisory, People & Change, KPMG LLP

 

Duration: Approximately 13 minutes.  Activate the recording with the play button over the image.

 

Additional insight

Read the paper, Rise of the humans: Integrating digital and human labor

Listen to the podcast by Michael DiClaudio, HR and digital labor: The “twain” shall meet, but where?

For more on the impact of digital labor, and the automation of jobs on sourcing and service delivery, explore our Digital Labor site to view articles, videos, and podcasts.

 

For more Advice Worth Keeping, view the full list of podcasts and visit the Reality Check blog.

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