Best of X - Future of Work - 27.08.2018
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Our #TRANSFORMATION article this week looks at what happy, flexible and balanced employees mean for productivity and engagement.
Do you already use machine learning tools? Can you measure proficiency through an objective metric? (#AI)
What #MOTIVATES you to get out of bed every morning?
Our favorite article this week: #TALENT acquisition via a combination of neuroscience and machine learning.
Also, would you rather get paid less than having a bad workplace culture? (#CULTURE)
Have a great week!
Making the Workplace Work for Dual-Career Couples Research has shown that having children does not make women less ambitious than men. Instead, ambitions are far more influenced by corporate culture. How does your workplace need to #TRANSFORM to work for Dual-Career Couples? Companies that get this right will boost engagement and productivity throughout the workforce. [BCG]
AI can now tell your boss what skills you lack—and how you can get them
Online learning tools often lack the same problem: It is hard to measure progress and to evaluate proficiency. Coursera recently launched new features and tools which should solve exactly this problem. Interested? [MIT Technology Review]
Employee Motivation: Why Bonuses May Not Be the Answer Employee engagement is not about the financial rewards you provide, it’s about the intrinsic motivators that drive people at your company. Dig in deeper to understand what is more rewarding than money. [impraise blog]
Moneyball for business: How AI is changing talent management
Talent acquisition has reached a breaking point: There are more open jobs in the U.S. than there are active seekers to fill them. Get to know different companies that create new assessment tools by combining neuroscience and machine learning. [FAST COMPANY]
Workplace Culture Trends: The Key to Hiring (and Keeping) Top Talent in 2018
70% of professionals in the U.S. today would not work at a leading company if it meant they had to tolerate a bad workplace culture. So much so, that people would rather put up with lower pay (65%) and forego a fancy title (26%) than deal with a bad workplace environment. This fact alone should show how important it is to establish a flourishing workplace culture. [Linkedin Official Blog]