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Digital transformation

The 20 questions HR leaders should ask when buying AI

As artificial intelligence gains a foothold in HR tech, it's time for executives and leaders to establish a governance plan.

HR Tech’s mega sessions: Who is coming, why you should see them

Here’s what the HRE editors are most excited to learn from each of the HR Tech Conference 2023 mega sessions.

4 digital HR skills that will boost your influence

Digitally focused HR leaders are honing generative AI, data governance, experience management, and design for change skills in 2023.

The Dynamic Organization: Productivity, Performance, and Talent Mobility in the Post-Industrial Economy

Date & Time: Thursday, September 21, 2023 at 2:00 pm ET

Join Josh Bersin and Kathi Enderes from The Josh Bersin Company to learn how the world’s best organizations use internal talent marketplaces to support creating better careers.

To build an AI-fueled culture, leadership views can’t be a ‘mystery’

Analysts with i4cp and Mercer say that now is the time for HR leaders to plan an AI-fueled culture in the workplace.

4 HR opportunities in the ‘year of generative AI’

How HR execs advise the C-suite on company-wide generative AI adoption provides lasting influence that saves time and money.

When it comes to provider selection, size shouldn’t matter

SMBs strategizing for a successful transformation can’t let organizational size hold them back—and providers shouldn’t either.

How Josh Bersin says AI is already ‘reinventing’ HR today

HR leaders at Mastercard, Moderna and global industry analyst Josh Bersin delve into the actionable ways HR is using generative AI.

5 factors influencing how the C-suite is selecting HR technology

With HR technology a top priority for business leaders, they need to know how to optimize their relationships with service providers.

How ChatGPT and other generative AI tools are transforming HR jobs

Some HR jobs may be virtually eliminated altogether, while other HR roles may be consolidated or significantly changed, researchers say.